Performers include Daniel Ahearn, Django James, Electrocute and Angela Correa.
Added by Upcoming Robot on February 22, 2009
he Deli LA's third issue release party will be at The Roxy Theatre on Wednesday, March 4, 2009 from 7pm - Midnight. Electrocute, AM, Django James and the Midnight Squires, Daniel Ahearn, and Correatown will be performing. Hunnypot DJ's will be spinning and MC'ing the event.
The Deli Magazine is an independent publication and website that began in New York City and has now added Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Nashville to its growing roster of cities. Print editions are released quarterly in both New York and Los Angeles. The magazine focuses on local indie music scenes and emerging artists that have not yet reached a level of international fame. The Deli LA is an excellent resource and guide for local LA music artists and fans.
Electocute's arty, beat-heavy music layers breathy female vocals, psychedelic guitar sounds, ambient electronics and '80s synths over eclectic webs of electro dance rhythms. The band released its latest EP, "On The Beat," in April 2008 and has just finished the recording of a masterful, full-length LP.
AM is putting the finishing touches on his new album, currently titled "Future Sons And Daughters," with producer Charles Newman (Magnetic Fields). Conceived in Elliot Smith's previous dwelling (now Newman's place of residence), AM further expands his ability to combine intelligent, yet un-alienating lyrics with sparse, psychedelic groove.
Django James (www.myspace.com/djangojamesmusic)
Bowie, Jagger, and James Brown all rolled into the gangly, teenage body of a punk-ass white boy, Django James emotes energy and oozes rock from his pores. Django James and his Midnight Squires took the stage for the Deli LA's initial release party last summer and just about brought the house down.
Daniel Ahearn (www.myspace.com/danielahearn)
Daniel Ahearn is a singer/songwriter born between both coasts of the United States. His timeless fragile songs are "road music for a new breed of pioneers" (Sound Collector). Ahearn, the songwriter and lead voice of folktronic vanguards Ill Lit, lives and works within the county lines of Los Angeles, where he is certifiably in love.
A much beloved fixture of LA's eastside music scene, Angela Correa spent the last few years gaining recognition for her shows, whether performing solo or with a full band. Influenced by folk, Americana, and pop, her "Echoes" EP consists of three songs from the unreleased full-length and includes "All The World (I Tell Myself)," which was featured on Grey's Anatomy.
Hunnypot DJ Action (www.hunnypotunlimited.com)
Hunnypot Unlimited is a unique multi-faceted Music Publishing, Marketing and Film & Television Placement organization that provides distinctive brand development through music-driven live and social events, a live radio broadcast, web and email-based promotion, a respected compilation series, management consultation and international strategic alliances.
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