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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 Inbetween Days

Sofar Chicago released their recording of The Inbetween Days performing their track “Have You Seen Her” this week. The track was released as a single back in October as a follow-up to their 2016 LP, Stranger than Strangers.



Mazes released their latest LP, The Violet Tapes, today (4/21) via Sanzimat. Below is the album’s first single “West Coast Revolution”.


Elijah Noll

Elijah Noll released video this week for his single “Need U”. The video is a wild journey through his television set.

“Need U” comes from Elijah’s 2016 LP, Delusional.


Foul Tip's Minimal Indie Punk

Foul Tip is a two-piece drum and bass band that rests on a skillfully crafted synchronicity between drummer Ed Bornstein and bassist Adam Luksetich. Bornstein holds down strenuously tight beats while Luksetich leads the songs with fuzz covered bass. The duo's lyrical sensibility parallels their punk oriented sonic leanings with peculiarly philosophical diatribes like the one on "Success" in which they criticize the modern penchant for stardom, popularity, and pedestalled self-image: "Don't be obsessed with success / Chasing dreams you just can't catch / Because you could play the game just right / You'd be losing sleep all night." The real gold in Foul Tip's work is their ability to offer complex cultural commentary using sonic and lyrical simplicity. This is the essential aim of their 2016 album Forever Driftin': to be conceptually complex and practically minimal. 

-Andrew Strader


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