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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!





Chrystyna Marie brings the grungy blues to Lucky Strike on 7/27

Like most versatile performers, singer-songwriter Chrystyna Marie has dabbled with different aspects of entertainment with steely determination. But music will always be what fires up her creativity. And through her own means, Marie has assembled a vast array of studio players for her upcoming EP, entitled Life, which takes on the rawer side of blues with a dollop of country charm. Lead single "I Want That Boom Boom" is as straightforward as they come, but also effective, a visceral slab of squealing guitars that offers no apologies.

Marie is celebrating Life with a release party at Lucky Strike on July 27.

 

 

 

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Dent May to release "Across The Multiverse" LP on 8.18 + plays The Glass House 8.05

Mississippi-born and LA-based Dent May never thought he would be singing about the 90210, but that’s exactly what happened on his upcoming album, Across the Multiverse. The singer and multi-instrumentalist has learned to love his new city, and it’s evident in every lyric and funky synth beat. Singles like the titular “Across The Multiverse,” (streaming below) which features Frankie Cosmos, have a certain groove to them thats typical of Dent May, but with a more refined production style and a pointed theme. The rest of the album will be released on August 18th, and he will be playing a show at The Glass House on August 5th. -Lilly Milman





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Date New: 
Sat, 07/29/2017 (All day)
Time: 
20:00
Band name: 
The Love-Inns
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/TheLoveInns/
Venue name: 
The Hi Hat
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Stone Irr follows his own beat on "What I Do Best", debut LP out 7/28

Stone Irr navigates a series of internal waypoints on "What I Do Best." A recent LA-transplant from Bloomington, Indiana, Irr writes patiently-surging songs informed by neo-folk hymns. It's an anthem that's both intimite and inclusive, where his immaculate vocal harmony leads us through a soft wash of billowing chords.

"What I Do Best" is the lead-off track off of Irr's debut full-length, Sinner, which is out on July 28 via Darling Recordings. 

 

 

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