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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!

Hiccup gets (sonic)scooped + goes to SXSW

Computers sometimes make us do things we don't mean to do - and that's not always bad. I meant to assign a blurb about band Hiccup to our contributor Dave Cromwell, but my email was hijacked by an auto-complete function... the message reached instead Sonicscoop.com's founder/editor David Weiss (who never writes for us about bands). Unexpectedly, he went ahead and replied with this:

"Ready for some rockin’ rockin’ ROCK? Hold on to your rearview mirrors and prepare for a fast ride of poppy punk!!!!! 'Imaginary Enemies' by NYC trio Hiccup is FOR REAL, all drums guitar grit and gorgeous that descends on your ears like a beehive buzzzzzzzzzzzin’ with it.

Alex! Hallie! Piyal! Catch them on March 10th at SXSW, March 14th at Sidewinder in Austin, or back in our little cow town of NYC March 26th at Rough Trade. The latter especially apropos, because if you like it ROUGH – and lovely – then Hiccup is what’s up. And don’t keep that on the down low." - David Weiss (Sonicscoop.com)

P.S. Thanks David!

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Teletextile premieres "Fan the Spark" video

We've been following harpist Pamela Martinez's project Teletextile for a while now (check out this interview from 2009), and it's great to see good things happening for an artist that has always been pushing the envelop and trying new things. Pamela recently started performing in British songwriter Chad Valley's band, and joined him on a tour spanning from the Philipines to Austin for SXSW, and to Europe later in the spring. Just before the tour, Teletextile released an EP entitled The Lark, accompanied by a series of videos, the first one of which we are premiering below. Expect more music and videos from this project later in 2016.

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Slothrust returns from SXSW to play Baby's All Right on 03.26

Bringing a technical touch to grunge-tinged garage rock, Brooklyn via Boston trio Slothrust offers a lot that a listener can latch onto. Lead singer, Leah Wellbaum, delivers her lyrics with angst, passion, and subtle sarcasm that permeates each song distinctly. Humor and dark themes coalesce seamlessly as the band's personality is put on full display in front of spot-on musicianship. While the band has been a slow burn in terms of popularity, their 2013 album 'Of Course You Do' reached many hearts, displaying the talent, charm, and uniqueness of this group. After three years, they are due for a new record. -  Lee Ackerley

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