Delphic — Dangerbird Records Showcase

Delphic photo sets

Dangerbird Records Showcase

News

Nov 01, 2012

On January 28, Delphic will release their sophomore album Collections. More

Oct 30, 2012

While news on a forthcoming Delphic album hasn’t been released, today the band aired a remix of one of its tracks.  More

Dec 16, 2010

For Under the Radar’s 8th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to 2010. Pick up a copy of Under the Radar’s Year End issue for interviews with: The Antlers, Bon Iver, Caribou, Club 8, Delphic, Rose Elinor Dougall, Gayngs, Hot Chip, Lost in the Trees, Love is All, The Love Language, Mogwai, of Montreal, Okkervil River, Yoko Ono, Owen Pallett, Plants and Animals, Mark Ronson, Superchunk, Tame Impala, Vampire Weekend, Sharon Van Etten, and Vivian Girls. Today we posted web exclusive surveys with Pepper RabbitDelphic, and Johan Angergård (Club 8/Acid House Kings/The Legends). More

Delphic Returns to North America

Dates Kick Off September 29th

Jul 09, 2010

We’re all quite taken with former “Please to Meet You” band Delphic, so it was exciting to learn the Manchester trio is returning to North America. We have the dates.  More

Jun 18, 2010

Last night, Manchester, England-based band Delphic played their first ever show in Los Angeles at Dangerbird Records. We sent Under the Radar photographer/co-founder Wendy Lynch Redfern and staff writer Laura Studarus down to cover the action. More

Delphic Announces Brief U.S. Tour

First Time in the States

May 18, 2010

Under the Radar “Pleased to Meet You” artists Delphic is about to meet a whole new continent as the band is set to go on its first U.S. tour. We have the dates. More

Dangerbird Signs Delphic

Debut Acolyte Set For U.S. Release June 29th

Mar 31, 2010

British dance trio and Under the Radar "Please to Meet You" artist Delphic has recently signed to American imprint Dangerbird (home to Silversun Pickups, The Dears, Darker My Love). On June 29th the label will be relasing Delphic's debut album Acolyte stateside. More


Interviews

Dec 15, 2010

For Under the Radar’s 8th annual Artist Survey we emailed some of our favorite artists a few questions relating to 2010. However our printed pages weren’t enough to hold all the great responses we got. Pick up a copy of Under the Radar’s Year End issue for interviews with: The Antlers, Bon Iver, Caribou, Club 8, Delphic, Rose Elinor Dougall, Gayngs, Hot Chip, Lost in the Trees, Love is All, The Love Language, Mogwai, of Montreal, Okkervil River,Yoko Ono, Owen Pallett, Plants and Animals, Mark Ronson, Superchunk, Tame Impala, Vampire Weekend, Sharon Van Etten, and Vivian Girls.  Then check here for bonus responses not found in the magazine. Here are additional answers from Delphic More

Delphic

Prepped for Success

Aug 04, 2010

Early blushes of success and all the superlatives that come with it can threaten to topple even the most level-headed of bands. But Delphic—whose debut full-length Acolyte was released earlier this summer in the U.S.—is well studied for their role as “next big thing.” Under the Radar originally interviewed the band in our Winter 2010 Issue in January (when the album came out in the U.K.), but in honor of their U.S. release we sat down with two-thirds of the Manchester trio—James Cook (vocal/guitar) and Rick Boardman (multi-instrumentalist)—before their performance at Dangerbird Records to discuss first musical obsessions, first gigs, and everything that went into their first tastes of success. More


Reviews

Delphic at Dangerbird Records, Los Angeles, CA, June 17, 2010

June 18th, 2010

Jun 18, 2010

I am not, by nature, a V.I.P. Heck, some days I can barely manage being a “P.” So, when Dangerbird Records invited Under the Radar to come check out Delphic’s first Los Angeles show at their office headquarters, I couldn’t help but be pleased. When I found out there was going to be Cool Haus ice cream, pleased was upgraded to ecstatic, as I had to resist the urge to propose marriage. To anyone and everyone, really. And to think, I hadn’t even gotten to the music yet. More