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Date Nite Shares New Animated Music Video - Sex Bruise

The San Francisco based electro pop band, Date Night has released a strange animated video for their single, Sex Bruise. The band teamed up with a group of animators, choreographers and weirdos to create a 4D, motion capture heavy music video for the first single off of Date Nite's eponymous electronica album. The video, shot in a Potrero hill robotics studio, combines 80's video game art, sea punk, vaporwave, sassy emoji's and plenty of mayhem. Check it out!

   

NYC EDM night at the BEMF on November 12th at Analog, with Turtle Bugg, Mike Servito and Honey Dijon

Turtle Bugg (from Brooklyn, pictured) is, like most artists associated with Bunker Records, of the retro/'80s house persuasion. He plays Analog on the 12 th within the Brooklyn Electronic Music Fest, alongside other locals Mike Servito and Honey Dijon. The latter, BTW, is probably the most completely retro house artist at BEMF this year, what with her use of full-throated soul singers and hard 4/4 beats, which sound life-affirming and totally non-cliché. For a full schedule of the BEMF, go here. - Brian Chidester

   

New Track: "Leaving the Light On" - MINKA

We think that MINKA is trying to answer the question - "What would The Talking Heads sound like fronted by David Bowie?" - with their latest single, "Leaving the Light On". It's a good question to ponder, and now, we have been given a glorious dance track to set free into the ether. You'll be able to get down to this one and many others this Saturday, October 29 at TJ Kong Halloween Costume Ball Rock N Roll Murdershow VII, being held once again at Underground Arts.

   

New Music Video: "I Want You" - Marian Hill

We could probably never pull off a choreographed dance, but we certainly apreciate when it's done well. Marian Hill enlisted the help of some talented folks to film their music video for the single, "I Want You," at the YouTube Space NY. In one take to boot! Or should we say, "One time, one time, one time"? The performance was directed and choreographed by Ian Eastwood, and you can find "I Want You" on their full-length release, ACT ONE (Republic Records). (Photo by Pablo Amoretti)

   

The Deli Philly's Featured Artist Poll Winner: Miles High

With a moniker born from an episode of It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia and a Disco Biscuits show being a pivotal point in the discovery of electronic music for him, producer Miles High has certainly found plenty of inspiration from the City of Brotherly Love. Blending hip-hop beats, influenced by its “golden age,” with modern-day electronica, the emerging local artist assists in demonstrating just how deep and diverse the pool of talent goes in the Philly music community. “Looking to just continue paving a positive path” - Miles High prolifically creates beats, building on his mind-altering catalogue, while working to create a proper showcase for his material in a live setting. Having recently won a heated race in our monthly Featured Artist Poll, we are happy to have a chance to share more info about the up-and-coming producer’s life and work HERE.