Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Brooklyn’s Midnight Spin wins The Deli’s “Best Emerging Artist” fan poll; To play Deli fest tomorrow.

Band compared to Killers and Queens of the Stone Age to shoot new video with Comedy Central Studios.



“In The Air (Revival)” is the first single and video from Midnight Spin.





Midnight Spin plays The Deli’s “Best of NYC” fest tomorrow, May 13th at Public Assembly, Brooklyn! 9PM SHARP!

It’s a big week in the land of Midnight Spin – the band recently won the Deli Magazine’s 2009 Best Emerging Artist poll and now will play the magazine’s 5th Annual “Best of NYC” fest tomorrow, May 13th, 2010 at Public Assembly in Brooklyn at 9PM sharp. The band reminds us that there will be cheap beer, easy guys/girls, hipster fashions, unreleased songs, new guitar pedals, magazine writers and music critics in the house!

Midnight Spin is riding high on the success of the band’s video and single “In The Air (Revival)” which was recently licensed to the MTV2/Nickelodeon series “Shreducation.” The clip for the single is a top notch production and these production values will make it into the band’s next clip too – this time for the track “Trigger Finger Itch” from the band’s Through The Mojo Wire EP produced by Nic Hard (The Bravery). The band will be working with a great team from Comedy Central Studios and reportedly will be playing cereal mascots!


Midnight Spin
Through The Mojo Wire



The Deli Magazine on Midnight Spin

After multiple rounds of categorizing, voting, narrowing down, and counting, Brooklyn based Midnight Spin landed at the top of The Deli’s “New York’s Best Emerging Artist of 2009 Fans’ Poll.” Since 2008, these guys have been playing incessantly in NYC, making headway at college campuses across the country, and leaving lasting impressions at last year’s CMJ Marathon. Their album Through The Mojo Wire, resembles the type of record that would skip the indie scene and head straight for the ‘Top 40s.’ However, unsigned and NY grown, they have benefited from the necessary acknowledgement by the neighborhood, a feel-good step in any emerging band’s career.”


Midnight Spin Links



Contact Josh Bloom at Fanatic Promotion, Inc.



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