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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!





Freddy & Francine release video for "Half a Mind"

In July, we spoke at length about the track "Half a Mind" by Freddy & Francine, a soulful indie pop groove from the duo's latest EP Moonless Night. Just last month, the singer-songwriters released a music video for the song, which showcases their humor as well as their fine lyrical chops. Since we're a week or so away from Halloween, featuring a video that included ghosts -- as well as the symbolized facing of said ghosts -- seems appropriate. To give credit to the filmmaker: Danielle Mulcahy came all the way from Massachusetts to direct, film, and edit the video; she's the perfect choice, since she's known for her work with paranormal and extraterrestial subjects. Watch the video for "Half a Mind" below. - Will Sisskind





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Band name: 
Adia Victoria
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
https://www.facebook.com/adiavictoria/
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Rough Trade NYC
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Lydia Luce releases debut LP "Azalea"; plays The 5 Spot 10.19

Lydia Luce released her debut LP Azalea back in September; it's her first record since her 2015 debut EP The Tides. Azalea chronicles the solo adventures that Luce has taken in the years between albums, diving deep into dealing with loneliness, being alone with emotions, and learning how to deal with them instead of ignore them. Jordan Lehning co-produced the album alongside Skylar Wilson; the two notable Nashville producers help Luce bring through all of the passion she sought to pack into Azalea. You can hear songs from the record live at The 5 Spot on October 19th, where Luce will play on a bill with Texas's Thomas Csorba. Listen to tracks from Azalea below. - Will Sisskind

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Jet Setting release new alt-rock single "Come Around"

Alt-rock trio Jet Setting have kept themselves quite busy throughout this past year; since picking up their instruments in the spring, they've played several local shows and have released two explosive singles. Now the group have dropped their latest track, a string-back spitting five minutes of heartbreak and desperation called "Come Around". Behind Zach, John, and lyricist Logan -- the members of Jet Setting -- play a trio of Dayna Osan on violin and viola, Natalie Mays on cello, and Kris Luis on double bass. In non-release related news, the band have just launched their website, and although they have no tour dates scheduled for the time being right now, you'll find show listings there in the future. Take a listen to "Come Around" now. - Will Sisskind

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