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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!

Folk/Country

Date: 
04/29/2017
Time: 
07:00
Band name: 
Sister Hazel
Band fb profile: 
http://www.nashvilleauditorium.com/events/sisterhazel.asp
Venue name: 
Nashville Municipal
Date New: 
Sat, 04/29/2017 (All day)
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Karen Elson's Highly Anticipated Record "Double Roses"

Karen Elson recently released a single, “Call Your Name” off her upcoming album Double Roses, slated for release on April 7th and the record release show is set to be one for the history books. The album coveres some of the emotional states and self-discovery after her divorce from Jack White and includes collaborations with Father John Misty and Patrick Carney. 

-Andrew Strader

Moruga Scorpio Releases EP "1"

Moruga Scorpio's debut EP, 1, is an unapologetic collection of sweet, groovy, pop tunes that even music snobs can get into. The tunes blend surfy, classic sounding pop reminiscent of The Beach Boys with darker, heavier, weirder, psychedelic elements that bring The Butthole Surfers to mind. The songs are self-proudced by Evan Donohue, the mastermind behind Moruga Scorpio and former Diarrhea Planet member. Upon listening, it seems he harbors a strong distate genre limitations. There really isn't a single category you can definitively box these songs into, and that makes his music exciting. Morgua Scorpio is for anyone who simply likes great songs with great production. Give it a listen: 

-Andrew Strader

Miki Fiki Releases Debut EP

Miki Fiki is a new project started by singer/songwriting Ted Hartog. His debut self-titled EP is a brass-heavy collection of heartbreaky pop tunes that have an irresistably sweet blend of nostalgia, catharsis and melancholy. Clearly influenced by indie pop sensations like Whitney and Ben Folds, Hartog's work is lyric-heavy, with triumphant melodies that stick like glue to memory. The EP's three songs chronicle the chaos of the post breakup emotional state and painstakingly organize it. If this short work is any indication of what's to come from Miki Fiki in the future, indie pop fans had better be on the lookout because, sonically, there's nothing else like this happening in Nashville. 

-Andrew Strader

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