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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!





Riley Parker releases debut single "Vandalized"

Songwriter Riley Parker has released a debut single called "Vandalized", the first recorded sample of what the artist's Facebook page touts as "queer-dreamy indie rock". Imagine a Nashville version of Adult Mom, or perhaps a mellow Laura Stevenson. Parker has played a few shows around Nashville over the past year, and has even gone down to Atlanta to play Porchfest, which promoted itself as "Georgia's largest organic free-range crowd-sourced music festival". "Vandalized" is now available on all music streaming sites; take a listen to it below. - Will Sisskind





Navy vet and songwriter Jared Ashley releases video for "Cherrybend"

This past weekend was Veterans' Day, and The Deli Nashville just so happened to get the perfect track in our inbox to feature in honor of that. Singer-songwriter and Navy veteran Jared Ashley put out a music video for "Cherrybend", a new song from his upcoming album. The song's title comes from Operation Cherrybend, an annual event in Wilmington, OH that seeks to spread awareness about veterans' issues. "Cherrybend" follows in that operation's footsteps; in the music video, Ashley highlights that 22 veterans commit suicide every day. He wrote the song and acts in the music video as a tribute to one such veteran, Jeffery “Ozzy” Otzwik, with whom Ashley served in the Navy. Ashley hopes that with the song and the video, people might start to understand the issues that veterans face, and help create spaces for them to relax, unwind, and get the support they need. You can watch the video for "Cherrybend" below. (And of course, The Deli Nashville thanks Ashley for his service.) - Will Sisskind

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Indie group Low Sol release self-titled EP

Relative newcomers to the Music City indie scene Low Sol have released their first EP, a four-track collection of songs they've played and honed since their formation. The band, led by singer-songwriter Landon Hunt, consists of music students seeking to create music based on influences from major indie names such as Weezer and Moose Blood. You can hear hints of those bands in Low Sol's sound; they fall somewhere between jangle pop and the anthem pop of groups like Grouplove. That electricity in their music helped their single "Tongue Tied" appear on Spotify's "Nashville On The Rise" playlist. The group released their self-titled debut EP at The Well on November 3rd; the album's now available on their Bandcamp page. Take a listen to it below. - Will Sisskind

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Jon Pattie releases atmospheric EP "Reflections Vol. 1"

Rather than release a new LP of twelve songs, singer-songwriter Jon Pattie has chosen to release four three-song EPs; the first of these, called Reflections: Vol. 1, dropped on November 7th. The first salvo of atmospheric tracks by Pattie showcase his self-reflective lyrics, his knack for playing with effected string and horn instruments, and his ability to arrange harmonies around his carefully crafted melodies. Pattie, who hails from Texas, calls Bon Iver and John Mayer inspirations; the softness from both of those artists comes through on the new EP. Take a listen to the three tracks below. - Will Sisskind

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