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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!


New Videos: "Coast to Coast" (Live) & "Wrong Star" (Live) - Waxahatchee & White Lung's Mish Way

Check out the collaboration from Waxahatchee (a.k.a. Katie Crutchfield) and White Lung's Mish Way for Noisey Acoustics Session! The two performed each other's songs "Coast to Coast" (from Cerulean Salt) and "Wrong Star" (off Deep Fantasy) atop the roof of a building in NYC's LES. Enjoy!



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Hardcore Friends Lithuania at KFN Aug. 20

Uniting two talented musicians in a collaborative effort is a promising proposition, especially when they are Dominic Angelella and Eric Slick. Tonight, Kung Fu Necktie hosts the duo known individually for their work in DRGN KING and Dr. Dog respectively. Despite their busy schedules, the two friends have released a pair of EPs under the name Lithuania. The latest, an adrenalized, catchy burst of garage-pop with a noisy element, Domesticated God, released this past spring, serves as a preview/precursor for a full length LP Hardcore Friends, which is currently in the works and scheduled for release in 2015. This evening's show will also include the open-book folk of Anthony Leitch-led About A Million, while Chicago-based Shiloh, who recently released Last Time For Everything, will be performing a personal amalgamation of rock with notes of garage-grit, inflecting a humorous/up close lyrical personality and a stuck-in-your-head pop sentiment. Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 N. Front St., 8pm, $5, 21+ - Michael Colavita

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New Track: "Things Are Gonna Be Ok" - Illinois

Below is the title track from the upcoming album, Things Are Gonna Be Ok, by Bucks County's Illinois. It's the group's second single off the record, and you can download it HERE simply for the exchange of your email. Illinois also has a show coming up in Philly this Saturday, August 23 on the outdoor patio of University City's City Tap House with Clap You Hands Say Yeah and Mo Lowda & The Humble.

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New Music Video: "Guatemala" - Amanda X

Here's an ADHD glimpse into life on the road with Amanda X. The new music video is soundtracked by the group's lead single "Guatemala" from their debut full-length album, Amnesia (Siltbreeze). They are currently on an U.S. Tour, and will be back in Philly on Thursday, September 11 to perform at Underground Arts.

"Guatemala" from Amanda X on Vimeo.

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Free Download: XPoNential Fest 2014 (Live) - Commonwealth Choir

NYC Taper came down for the weekend of WXPN's XPoNential Fest. You can download Commonwealth Choir's entire set from July 26, 2014 for free HERE. The band will also be performing live this Friday, August 22 at Ortlieb's. (Photo by WXPN)

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New Music Video: "Bedtime Story" - Radiator Hospital

Radiator Hospital premiered a new music video for the track "Bedtime Story," off their latest LP Torch Song (Salinas Records), over at The Media last week. The home footage of the band, friends, and guitarist Cynthia Schemmer's cat, Frankie, were captured and edited by Eddie Austin. Their next performance in Philly is this Saturday, August 23 at Kung Fu Nekctie; however, we're already really looking forward to the group's big show with The Adventures of Pete & Pete's house band, Polaris, on Friday, November 28 at Johnny Brenda's. Don't sleep on the latter because it will sell out. (Photo by Emily Burtner)

RADIATOR HOSPITAL, "Bedtime Story" from the media

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Krust Toons: "Teenage Mutant Pop Punk Turtles" by Teddy Hazard

Krust Toons: "Teenage Mutant Pop Punk Turtles" by Teddy Hazard - please feel free to drop him a line at teddandthehazards@gmail.com if you dig or have any funny ideas. You can also check out more of his illustrations HERE.

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