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Univox’s New Video for “You Don’t Know”

Here is a new video from the guys of Univox for “You Don’t Know” from their ST debut album on ROIR. It was shot and directed by the band on their last tour. They’ll be performing next at KFN on July 28 w/Conversations with Enemies. - The Deli Staff

 

 

   

Chillin’ with Mirador at The Fire July 15

Some trippy shit’s goin’ down at The Fire tonight. Mirador is coming in like apparitions from a buried past, chiseling through the grime of everyday life as they build soundscapes with ebbing piano drops, echoing guitar lines and atmospheric samples. Dreamy and somewhat ominous - they still manage to find sci-fi type grooves. Chillwave? Definitely. The Fire, 412 W. Girard Ave., $7, 9pm, 21+ - Katie Bennett
 

 

   

The Khyber Plans to Be Ready in September

Yes, Twitter was all ablaze today when news of The Khyber posting on their website that they would not be booking shows after July 31, which was obviously a bad sign. Well, it seems owner Stephen Simons had fired his booking agent, Andrew Miller (Sunny Day Music), who also books the North Star Bar. Simons plans to have a new booking agent ready for September. And a new sound system, please? - H.M. Kauffman
 

 

   

It’s That Time of Year Again - Camp Bisco 9 July 15 -17

OK, tree-thuggers and wookies - it’s that time of year again. The time when you gather up all your drugs and dogs, and head North to Mariaville, NY for Camp Bisco, the three-day party/live music festival hosted by former Penn boys The Disco Biscuits. Camp Bisco has really evolved from it’s origins as a little electronic jamband fest in central PA to one of the premier summer concert festivals on the east coast by bringing in such artists as Snoop Dogg, The Roots, Nas, MSTRKRFT, Thievery Corporation, Damian Marley and Shpongle just to name a few. This year looks like it will be carrying on the tradition with a lineup packed with plenty of big bangers like "Wu Massacre" (Method Man, Ghostface Killah and Raekwon), LCD Soundsystem, Ween, Thievery Corporation, Diplo, Major Lazer and Girl Talk, but don’t miss out on sets by Holy Fuck, Caribou, Rusko and Pretty Lights as well as locals Dieselboy, Grimace Federation and Brothers Past. Hopefully the weather will hold up better this year. - H.M. Kauffman

 
   

Waterfront Wednesdays Opening Event Postponed!

Ugh, this weather is awful! Well, tonight’s opening event for Waterfront Wednesdays, the free Wednesday concert series in Penn Treaty Park brought to you by the New Kensington CDC, is postponed. Check out the flier above to see who will be performing this 2010 season. We’re guessing that things will get shifted. Damn weather, it’s exactly why The Deli hasn’t done any outdoor events yet! - The Deli Staff