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March 2014
Hands In
"Ployester Itch
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Portland's Eric Crosby is blessed with musical genious. His brilliance has been showcased in various groups through the years, including Yourself & The Air, and Settlers, but his solo project Hands In is truely on point. Through a combination of loops and live perormance, he creates a blend of lo-fi psych that I could listen to on repeat for days.

The track 'Take Time Enough' off his January 2014 release Polyester Itch floats through a dreamy cloud of punching synth, sampled drums and spaced out soothing vocals that can lift the heaviest of depression on a gloomy Portland day. Listen to the full album here. - Travis Leipzig


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Submit to play NYC's Rooftop Films

Independent Bands and Artists,

Once again The Deli gives you the opportunity to be selected to play NYC's Rooftop Films' Summer Series 2013, which will run every weekend from May 10 until August, with special events in September.

The event couples films with live music on top of spectacular NYC roofs, and connects artists with audiences so that each event is unique and memorable. The Rooftop Film music programming staff will select some artists from those who applied through The Deli.

If interested submit here.

The Deli's Staff
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March 2013, Austin Issue #3 (SXSW)
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Austin 2013

March 2013, Austin Issue #3 (SXSW)
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Deli Austin 2013 issue is online!

Yo wonderful peoples!

The Deli's Austin 2013 issue is now online - with The Lone Bellow on the cover! They are playing City Winery tomorrow by the way (03.08).

You can read it (but you can't feel it) HERE. If you want to feel it you'll have to come to Austin during Music Week (March 12-17), we'll distribute 10k of these pocket rags between Downtown, the East Side and South Congress. 

See you there!

The Deli's Staff


TWO Deli Shows in Austin during Music Week!

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The Deli's UN/OFF Party (Friday 3/15 at 8pm - FREE): 
The Stone Foxes (SF) - Pearl and The Beard (NYC) - The Couch (Austin) - Friend Roulette (NYC) - André Obin (Boston) - Borrisokane (Austin) -Cultfever (NYC) - Cold Blood Club (NYC) - Fan Tan (NYC) + MANY SPECIAL GUESTS!

The Deli's Hangover Hideout (a 3 day celebration of the therapeutic power of quality songwriting).

The Deli's Staff


The Deli UN/OFF show in Austin: The Stone Foxes, Pearl & The Beards, Andre Obin, Avan Lava, Friend Roulette + more!

Music fans heading South,

The Deli will be in Austin on March 15 with a two stage night party hosted at Austin's legendary gay bar Rusty's. Great lineup of artists and even greater list of Special Guests who will be announced shortly. See here for more info + band links!

Mark your calendars!

The Deli's Staff


The Deli announces the First Austin Hangover Hideout! 3 days of acoustic artists on Music Week!

Deli Readers heading to Austin,

This year The Deli will present in full force in Austin during the unmentionable Live Music Fest. We were asked to help book a small room in Downtown West, and this idea became our first Deli Hangover Hideout!!! Check out this outstanding lineup of (mostly) singer songwriters and acoustic bands. 

LISTEN TO THE SOUNDCLOUD PLAYLIST OF THIS SHOW

LINKS TO ARTISTS' WEBSITES HERE

The Deli's Staff


Mystic, CT's Slander debuts video for first two singles

Slander's dual signal release was met with a bit of a buzz, getting coverage on a few blogs including Stereogum. Following that burst of success they've released the video for the two singles - a longform black and white video. The video, directed by Ellery Twining, does a good job of bringing the singles to life. Before seeing the video, I was already feeling the retro Fleetwood Mac vibes from the twangy guitars and take-no-prisoners drums. Magnets definitely shines in the forefront, with an especially energetic intro and catchy hooks up the wazoo; from "You wanna be alone" to "I can make you want it" yelped and wailed by frontwoman Julia Farrar. Ghosts takes it down a notch with a slower pace and a less puncuated and more drawn out feeling than Magnets, but the two singles play off each other well. - Hillary Anderson

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