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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Tetchy & Big Girl swing down South for sweet SXSW bound tour

photos by Reja Khan, Sydney Tate, Yan K, Tyler Bertram, and Nicole Miller (above)
tetchy live montage video shot and edited by Daniel Moore (below) 

If you’ve ever been to a party where a rakish young man sporting a tousled shag coif says “meet me in the bathroom” and proceeds to offer you a six pack of Pepsi and 6 bags of Pop Rocks and you say hey why not, we only live once and proceed to ingest all six bags and down all six sodas which after a brief period of intestinal distress sets off an chemical acidic reaction of an intensity not seen since Mount Vesuvius buried all those pervy pagan Pompeians in hot lava and rips your stomach wide open from the inside out just like happened to that cute, moon-faced tousle-headed kid from the old breakfast cereal TV advertisements your parents made you watch on youtube or so the legend goes then you’ve got some idea of what’s in store for you if you go see Big Girl and Tetchy on tour together just CLICK HERE for a full list of dates and venues...

…with the salient-if-somewhat-labored point here being that here ya got two gender-subversive bands who just like Pepsi & Pop Rocks blur the distinction between sugary sweet (melodically, vocally, temperamentally) and aggressively in-your-face-ily pungent which granted may not make make your stomach explode but it will make your heart grow by three sizes at least all while gleefully melting your face off with frenzied acid-rock-ifed shreadin’ and yellin’ in the midst of pop-songs-that-rock and rock-songs-that-pop and one can only imagine what a combustible combination it’ll be with the two of ‘em put together with fully activated wonder twin powers (it doesn't hurt they share a member too) and oh by the way the live video clip found up top should give you some idea of what it’ll be like seeing Tetchy live (filmed at the very wicked Our Wicked Lady) so best gird your loins and say your Hell Yeah Marys…

…in preparation for Tetchy and Big Girl coming to your local VFW Hall or Elk's Lodge as they make their way from their native stomping groups of Brooklyn (Elsewhere, The Broadway) on down to a scrappy little music fest called South By Southwest to play a full slate of gigs in and around Austin (keep it weird!) and then finally back again for a homecoming show at Brooklyn’s Alphaville but not before hitting six Southern fried cities on the way to SXSW (if you don’t live in any of those cities well here’s a good excuse to visit!) and oh by the way this is a good time to mention how the live montage of Tetchy seen above is an original Deli Mag Films Productio (you heard it here first!) brought to you by our very own newly minted videographer Daniel Moore (Dimo Films) who first made his debut on this site back in December with a cool montage of Moon Kissed playing the first of their Heaven-Purgatory-Hell-themed shows at Baby’s All Right…

…but hey if you prefer florid prose to professionally shot video (or if you enjoy both!) be sure to check out these two Deli pieces on Tetchy and on Big Girl posted to this site and either way you’ll no doubt wanna keep an eye out for exciting new releases coming up from both bands in the weeks and months to come (note: before the tour proper starts Tetchy play in Philly at Kung Fu Necktie on 2/15 and here in NYC with Crazy and the Brains at Saint Vitus on 2/16) and truly the South Will Rise Again when these soul-baring-big-hearted-hard-rockin' Brooklynite babes drop in on their backyard barbecues so better lock up your sons and daughters cuz the Tetchy-Big Girl caravan is comin’ to your town (alongside lots of other great acts on each bill) so catch ‘em while you can before they blow up big like that poor little kid’s stomach. (Jason Lee)

3/3 -- The Broadway (Brooklyn, Tetchy only) with TVOD and Bats Bats Bats Ghost Ghost Ghost
3/4 -- Elsewhere (Brooklyn, Big Girl only) with Castle Rat and Lord Friday the 13th
3/6 -- The Runaway (Washington D.C., Tetchy only)
3/7 -- Arson House (Richmond, VA)
3/8 -- Static Age (Asheville, NC)
3/9 -- MOTR Pub (Cincinnati, OH)
3/10 -- Portal (Louisville, KY)
3/12 -- DRKMTTR (Nashville, TN)
3/14 thru 3/17 -- SXSW (Austin, TX)
3/30 -- Alphaville (Brooklyn, NY)
 

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You can catch Dogs At Large for their record release show at Empty Bottle on March 2nd with Cam’s Jams and Cass Cwik.

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Dreamjacket "Deep Dream"

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This is the work of Jesse W. Johnson (vocals, guitar), Yoo Soo Kim (viola, synth), Timothy Cap (bass, vocals), and Dane Marcussen (drums). For this single their enlisted the help of Bradley and Gretchen Bergstrand of Ohio's Coed Pageant on backing vocals.

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Jeff Schaller and the Long Way Home "Never a Lovely So Real"

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This is the work of Jeff Schaller (Vocals, guitar, double bass), Troy Sennett (Guitar, keyboard, percussion), Jake Cary (Bass, vocals), Matt Kistler (Keyboard, vocals), Liesi Siegel (Piano, saxophone, oboe, vocals), and Jeffeory Swenson (Drums).





Citrus Moon

Instrumental Prog Rock quartet Citrus Moon are releasing their self-titled debut album today, February 3rd.

This is the work of Demetri Bairaktaris, Kevin Polochak, Seth Beavis, and Patrick Stevens.

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