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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!





Alex Banin "Hawthorne"

Alex Banin has released an emotional new Pop R&B single called "Hawthorne". This is the vocalist third single of 2020 and it is accompanied by a fantastic Michael del Rosario directed video below.

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Snooze "Still"

Math Rock band Snooze has released their latest EP, "Still", via Choke Artist. The band faced the tragic loss of their bass player Camron Grom back in March and have dedicated this album to his memory.

This is primarily the work of Logan Voss (Guitars, Bass, Vocals, Keys, Lyrics) who is joined by Anup Sastry (Drums, Mixing, Mastering), Cameron Grom (Bass (Toilot), Lyrics (Feels Bad)), and Lucia Sarmiento (Alto Sax (Feels Bad)). Voss and Sastry recently appeared on the Choke Artist Podcast to discuss the recording process and the EP in general.

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Horsegirl "Ballroom Dance Scene"

Three high school friends, Gigi Reece, Nora Cheng, and Penelope Lowenstein, formed Horsegirl last year and this month packaged the three songs they have written, the newest being "Ballroom Dance Scene", into a wonderful new EP. It is that new song that has landed the trio in the spotlight, on NPR and in the Tribune, and when you listen you will hear why.

"Ballroom Dance Scene" is the perfect balance of odd, beautiful, deadpan, and graceful as it builds and swirls like the dance scene it is depicting. It brings to mind the sounds of Nico, Bell & Sebastian, Sebadoh, and Stereolab, and if you check out the girl weekly radio hour you may get a better sense of their vibe. 

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Better Love "Break U Down"

Better Love has released a new single called "Break U Down". This is the trio's second single of 2020 following up "YDLM" which was released back in June.

This is the Indie Pop sound of Jackie Heuser, Brad Harvey, and Kevin Provencher, and truly sets this group apart is the vocal pairing of Heuser and Harvey. On "Break U Down", Harvey takes the lead, but is joined by Heuser in the chorus for harmonies that instantly elevate the track. On "YDLM" they reverse the formula, but still find great results. It seems to be one of the magically creative pairings that will hopefully be making outstanding Pop music for years to come.

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