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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!





A Deli Premiere: Stacey Randol releases music video for "Songs in the Soil"

You may have noticed -- if you're an avid reader of the Deli -- that we wrote about songwriter Stacey Randol's new LP Songs in the Soil earlier this month. We now have a special premiere to announce from that album: Randol has released the music video for the title track. You might find yourself confused watching the video, as the song's psych groove and the film grain -- along with Randol's flowing white and earth-toned floral dresses -- may make you think that you're watching something from the Sixties. But this was indeed made in the late 2010s, and it continues a trend of indie artists releasing music videos made on film. Randol's song calls for this aesthetic, and as you'll see in the music video, they make a perfect match. Take a look at the video for "Songs in the Soil" below. - Will Sisskind

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The Prescriptions to release debut album "Hollywood Gold" on 04.05

Straddling the lines between early grunge and indie rock, The Prescriptions package their unique sound in the form of Hollywood Gold, their debut album set to launch on April 5th via Single Lock Records. The group have just come from performing at SXSW following a wave of fresh buzz since their formation several years ago. Their first album showcases the diversity in their songwriting; the title track has the sound of Wilco with the slight harmonica touch of John Popper, while "Broken Wing" has a hint of Neil Young. The Prescriptions have shows in Atlanta and Birmingham in May; stay tuned for their next performance at home in Nashville. Until then, take a listen to "Broken Wing" below. - Will Sisskind

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King Calaway releases music video for "World For Two"

While King Calaway have clout in the mainstream music scene -- with solo careers, American Idol appearances, and international performances under each of the members' belts -- their debut self-titled album established them as one of Nashville's newest bands on the rise. The band's first single "World For Two" has a sound that layers the soul of Ed Sheeran with the harmony and richness of Little Big Town, a sound that permeates every word and note that comes out of the band's music. The six-member King Calaway has members from both sides of the Atlantic, so while on a surface listen their songs might sound like pure Americana, there is a universal appeal to them that will delight fans of all good music around the globe. Take a look at the music video for "World For Two" below. - Will Sisskind

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Songwriter Nicole Jackson releases EP "Radio Silence"

You might pass a hundred singer-songwriters in the Music City every day, whether they're lawyers, cashiers, or even your best friend who has a secret diary which you don't know about. Often times, they're university students, as is the case with Nicole Jackson. The Portland-born singer-songwriter studies the music business at Belmont University, but she's also put out a collection of four tracks called Radio Silence. The EP showcases a talent with songwriting on par with indie up-and-comers like Snail Mail and big names like Kacey Musgraves and Carrie Underwood. Tracks on Radio Silence range in intensity from barnstormer "Disappear" to post-punk tinged "Ghosts" to the ballad title track. It's a promising debut from one of the many aspiring musicians who walk among us. Take a listen to Radio Silence below. - Will Sisskind

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