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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!





Debut Pepto Abysmal EP Available for Streaming & Download

Feel, the new release from Pepto Abysmal, is for those who are missing the brilliantly macabre songwriting stylings of Pill Friends's Ryan Wilson (like we are - RIP). Tapping into one’s inner workings, an endearing, raw vulnerability is revealed in these brutally honest bedroom recordings. The ability to create relatable, poignant lyrics from such a unique viewpoint is a rare gift.





Debut Eat EP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Shit is the debut EP from punk outfit Eat. There’s a lax yet feverish energy emanating from these lo-fi recordings. The tracks loosely fit together as the lyrical fragments spill into the brooding, frenetic instrumentation. These disjointed but mesmerizing snippets shine the light on a promising, new Philly act, if only for a fleeting moment or two. (Photo by Keith DeBottis)

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New The Madalean Gauze Band LP Available for Streaming & Purchase

Nothing Feels Beautiful Anymore, the bewitching new LP from The Madalean Gauze Band, has freshly arrived. An enchanting, psych-rock excursion grabs your attention, and pulls you into the group's orbit. A strange, mysterious, magical aura is counterbalanced by incisive, personal narratives. Boot & Saddle will be hosting the band’s album release on Saturday, April 20 (4/20), supported by Garden Gate and Pouring Silver.





New Track: "Words in a Web" - At Best

The trio of At Best recently shared its debut single, “Words in a Web”. Building off a pleasant, ear-catching guitar riff, the song blossoms utilizing hushed, apologetic vocals that roar as the instrumentation amplifies. With an eye on continuous improvement, a composed/emotive duality springs forward before its searing guitar solo spikes the track. We can’t take back our shortcomings, but we can use them as learning experiences.

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