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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!

RLYR Actual Existence Release at Beat Kitchen

Instrumental Rock trio RLYR have released a new single, “Artificial Horizons”, from their forthcoming LP, Actual Existence. The album, their sophomore release, is due out April 13th via The Flenser. The trio is a supergroup of Chicago instrumental rock featuring Steven Hess (Locrian, Cleared), Colin DeKuiper (Bloodiest, ex-Russian Circles), and Trevor Shelley de Brauw (Pelican, Chord).

You can catch RLYR at Beat Kitchen on April 21st with Sweet Cobra, Fotocrime, and Paletazo.


Magical Beasts

Folk group Magical Beasts are preparing to release an album, “Peninsula”, and an EP, “When Love’s a Stranger”, on May 1st. The group is led by its core of Nathan Paulus, Ethan Pikas, and Josh Miller, but these new releases feature contributions from several local musicians.

According the band, “Peninsula is a concept album that is dealing with characters who are "dead inside, devolving, or evolving". Below is a track, “Learning and Forgetting”, from Peninsula that was released last week.


FACS Record Release @ Empty Bottle

FACS will be releasing their debut album, Negative Houses, on March 30th via Trouble In Mind. FACS is the work of Brian Case and Noah Leger (formerly of Disappears) with bassist Alianna Kalaba. The first single for the LP is called “Primary” and it is a dark sonic journey symbolically represented in the new video below. The band also released an equally dark video back in January for the LP’s lead track “Skylarking.

You can help the trio celebrate the new LP at Empty Bottle on March 30th with DIM and Ethers.



Daysee released their debut full-length back, Airbag, in January. Their sound ranges from Dream-pop, “Day’s End”, to crunchy electro-rock, “Dizzy”, and several genre’s in-between.

You can catch Daysee at The Hideout on March 22nd and at Cole’s on March 24th.


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