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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!





Commendable originality from Baltimore's Tired all the Time

Billing themselves as a therapeutic cure to “Tired all the Time” (TATT) syndrome, TATT’s edgeless tracks seem in many ways to mimic the emotionally dulling effects of anti-depressants. There are no snarling guitars, extended drum solos, or soaring Bono vocals on TATT’s new release PLEASE STOP, the stimulation from the music is intentionally blunted. However, beneath the smoothed out “post-pop” is an attempt to tap into deep despair, fitting for a band that aims to, “calm and sooth the existential stress of life”.

All in all, a highly original release from the Baltimore newcomers.  

-Written by Michael Dranove

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Baltimore alt-dance rockers The Milestones host groovy April Fool's lineup at Ottobar, 4/1

 This Saturday, Baltimore's favorite dance rock sons are back with at Ottobar, hosting the show and bringing their friends. The Milestones are blessing the gig with their oh-so infectious rock and roll, replete with saucy guitar riffs and gravelly vocals spilling out from the stage. Playing the night (in reverse order) will be friends of the band Luna June – a catchy melodic rock quintet from Towson, The (aforementioned) Milestones, The Fun Boys – an extremely energetic experimental garage band out of Frederick, Copper Marmalade – an experimental pop singer-songwriter hailing from Baltimore, and the openers will be Stevie Matthews' Analog Kids – a Batlimore-based trio that plays barebones, cut-and-dried rock music.

 The night's going to be one to remember and one not worth missing, so catch this stellar lineup of Maryland's finest rock music at Ottobar, 8pm, 4/1. $10 advance, $12 at the door. -Jonathan Goodwin





Soulful indie-folk from Balitmore's Andrew Spencer Goldman

Baltimore indie-folk veteran Andrew Spencer Goldman is back with a soulfully meditative E.P, A Secret Spell.   Known previously for his work under the name Fulton Lights, Goldman provides the perfect soundtrack to 2 AM summer porch chats and nighttime drives through the burbs as he pontificates on the meaning of music and life itself.

Here is Andrew Spencer Goldman with a song from his new EP, A Secret Spell.

 

-Written by Michael Dranove

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Tomorrow! (March 26) DC punk powerhouse Bad Moves at Comet Ping Pong

Tomorrow is a don’t miss show! Anyone who can make it, please go see February's Emerging Artist of the Month Bad Moves tomorrow night at Comet Ping Pong with folk punk veterans Nana Grizol. For anyone who has not listened to Bad Moves yet, this group is a major reason why DC is still known for its punk music. Simply put, the group is straight fire, maybe destined for greatness.

Catch Bad Moves with Nana Grizol (GA), David Dondero (VA), and Bacchae (DC) tomorrow night, March 26th, at Comet Ping Pong.

-Written by Michael Dranove

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