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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!

Math the Band (The Band) Hits The Middle East Upstairs 2/18

 Not to be confused with Math the Band (those guys are retired), Math the Band The Band is a 6-piece electro-punk band from Providence that brings a consistently catchy, youthful, synth-heavy brand of punk rock to the New England scene (think Bomb the Music Industry, but more infectious).  Formed over 15 years ago by songwriting duo, Kevin Steinhauser and Justine Mainville, Math the Band (the Band) has grown and evolved into a major voice, both locally and nationally.  An auditory sugar rush, these guys are guaranteed to tear the roof off of any venue, including the Middle East, where they will be performing on 2/18 with Old Table, Request Freebird, and Ben Hersey. -Brian Varneke

 

Thank God For Science Performs at State Park 2/26

 Thank God For Science is an intergalactic collage of 70s funk, reggae grooves, soaring synths, orchestral arrangements, and spoken word monologues, coming together to form a debut record in Volume One.  The album is a sort of auditory found art piece, taking concepts and styles that you are familiar with and combining them in a way that is unique and eclectic.  Fully instrumental, Volume One would work just as well as a film soundtrack as a full-length album.  Check out Thank God for Science, performing at State Park in Cambridge, MA on 2/26. -Brian Varneke

Diablogato Plays Firehouse 13 on 12/16

You've undoubtedly heard the musical elements and influences that make up Diablogato's distinct sound, but you have never heard them put together quite like this.  Fusing together rockabilly, punk, folk/Americana, and "gothic southern swamp darkness", Diablogato creates a unique potpourri that is all of those things and more (think Josh Homme meets The Stray Cats, with a bari sax thrown in for good measure).  If you're in the mood for some dirty, squealing, high energy rock n roll, jump in your Cadillac and head down to Firehouse 13 in Providence on 12/16, where they'll share the stage with Cactus Attack and Tiger Man Whoa! -Brian Varneke

 

 

The Rare Occasions to release new EP 8/13, go on east coast tour

 As it's developed over the years, the garage-rock genre, and it's variations, has grown to include many types of music, and none know this better than Boston by-way-of Providence group The Rare Occasions. Instead of opting to section themselves off into one of the genre's many corners, the band instead embraces its multi-faceted nature wholeheartedly, and play tunes that fall anywhere on the spectrum between swampy pop all the way to harder, dischordant punk. Because of this it's hard to know what to expect off of their forth-coming EP Futureproof, due out August 13th, aside from it should be eclectically electric.  The Rare Occasions are going on an east coast tour in support of their new EP available on 8/5, indluding a release show at The Middle East on 8/13. —Henry Solotaroff-Webber

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