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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!





Fire-Toolz "Fire Whispers (Into The Crystal Palace)”

Fire-Toolz is preparing to release a new album called “Field Whispers (Into The Crystal Palace)” via Orange Milk Records on August 30th.

These are genre bending creations of Angel Marcloid who is credited with an array of instruments on this project including voice, drums, electric & acoustic guitar, fretless bass, virtual studio technology, field recordings, circuit-bent junk, composition, lyrics, recording, production, mixing, mastering.

You can catch Fire-Toolz at The Hideout on September 28th with Bbsitters Club, Giant Claw, and Seth Graham.





Collector “Post Rock Lately”

Improvised Jazz Trio Collector is preparing to release a new EP called “Post Rock Lately” on August 22nd via Matt Blair's Scribbled Fang Records.

Collector is composed of Jakob Heinemann on bass (Chicago), Devin Drobka on drums (Milwaukee), and Matt Blair on Fender Rhodes and electronics (Minneapolis). The trio has been working together for seven years, but this is their first official recording.

You can help Collector celebrate the album release at Elastic Arts on August 22nd with the Kimmel/Piet Duo.

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The Gunshy “Remember When You Used To Want To Die”

The Gunshy have released an ambitious 12 minute single called “Remember When You Used To Want To Die”.

This is the Anthemic Rock of Matt Arbogast, Ryan Ford, Andy Sivwright, and Colin Miller. The track is the first new music we have had from the band since 2018’s Undefeated Album.

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Silvergirl "Left On Central"

Folk Pop duo Silvergirl recently released their sophomore album, Left On Central. This is the work of Steve O’Connell (Guitars, Vocals) and Joshua Wentz (Keys, Sounds)

This is the first new music we have received from the duo since 2016 and this is a beautiful, mellow, headphone album perfectly suited for an overcast end of summer morning listen.

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