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The Deli's SXSW Issue 2014 is online!

Read it digitally here.

P.S. 10k free copies of this issue hit the street of Austin during SXSW Music week!





The Feeders

The Feeders is the new project from Sam Vacari and John Perrin (of NRBQ). Earlier this month they released their self-titled debut album, and it is a collection of slacker, power pop that would make Weezer proud.

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Troy Anderson @ Schubas (11/27)

Troy Anderson (formerly of White Heat) released his latest album, Cool Pop, New Soda, earlier this month. Anderson blends Psych Rock and Garage Rock with his seemingly natural ability to write infectiously catchy melodies.

You can catch Troy Anderson on Nov. 27th at Schubas with Toronto’s The Beaches and locals Space Gators.

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Belial Pelegrim & Supply Fi

The local label Triplicate Records has brought together California-based electronic musician Belial Pelegrim and our very own Supply Fi (aka Michael Southard) to create the follow-up to their first collaboration, 2017’s “Irregular Pentagon”. The result of this year long project is collection of beautiful ambient electronic sounds called “False Memories of Rainy Days”.

You can currently preorder the album, which will be released this Friday, Nov. 23rd, and stream three tracks including the surprisingly beat driven “750 ft. Chess Piece” below.

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Aadi Rip

Aadi Rip released his latest album, Shelter Belt, earlier this month. This is the soulful electronic pop in the vein of How To Dress Well and Active Child.

Rip is a part of the Still Love Sounds label and appeared several times on their first compilation, “Still Love Romance Tape Vol. 1” earlier this year.

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