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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!





New Music Video: "For The Year" - Work Drugs

Never ones to shy from providing rad visuals with their single releases, Work Drugs reflects on a truly unforgettable 2016 in their latest video for "For The Year". Though the "smooth-fi" crew shares that the reflection is an homage to their fallen music heroes like David Bowie, Leonard Cohen, and Prince, you can't help but be moved by the many reminders of the tumultuous world that we currently live in now. The stunning, powerful images were created by Carlos Waters, Dion Lee, and Joe Posner, who were originally commissioned by Vox, and the track can be found on the band's forthcoming album Flaunt the Imperfect. "Enjoy and remember the good old days weren't always good and tomorrow ain't as bad as it seems."

Work Drugs - For The Year from Thomas Crystal 

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New Track: "Distractions" - Somnium Mori

The post-punk quartet of Somnium Mori recently shared its debut EP 2017. Its closing track, “Distractions,” percolates with a buzzsaw-ringing backend and chasing sense of urgency. Things momentarily cool as screeching screams of guitar and the prodding thump of bass/drums allow the vocals to collect their thoughts. Then, the hunt resumes.





New Sandcastle EP Available for Streaming & Download

A damp dreariness meshes with soothsayer, psych guidance on Blackberry Wine, the freshly hatched EP from Sandcastle. Distant vocals mystically beckon. Enchantingly drawn closer, one fights the urge to fall under the musical spell, remaining alert and on guard. Tinged in lovely loneliness, the journey is a relaxing requiem.





New Music Video: "Dirty Dungarees" - Jo Kusy

We've officially crossed over into the lazy, hazy days of summer. If you haven't made it to the beach yet, Jo Kusy reminds us why we might wanna make plans soon before the sun sets on our summertime fun, in his latest video for "Dirty Dungarees," which is the album opener on his new LP No One Else out now. Kusy will be bringing his 60's Laurel Canyon folk-pop vibes to Boot & Saddle for his cassette release celebration on Staurday, July 29 that will also include Brian Hill & The NohStarrs and Illiminati Sequence. Don't hide away in your air-conditioned room, letting summer pass you by.

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