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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!





Mick Jenkins “Reginald”

Mick Jenkins has shared the video for the latest single, “Reginald”, from his recently release LP, Pieces Of A Man. The video was directed by Jude Appleby and is a hilarious take on a vintage cop show, similar to the approach of the classic Beastie Boys video. The track itself features a tremendous contribution from Ben Hixon.

You can catch Mick Jenkins on Feb. 2nd at Thalia Hall.

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Cait Arq "Michael"

Independent Pop and Soul Singer Cait Arq recently released her debut single, “Michael”. This is something of a traditional torch song you may find in a broadway musical making instantly standout when shuffling through new releases these days. The single is taken from Arq’s forthcoming EP which is due out later this month.

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Korean Jeans “Wyborcy Wybiora”

Experimental Tuba and Drum duo Korean Jeans, Beth MacDonald and Neal Markowski, released a new split single last week called "Midterm: An Election Day Benefit for the Brennan Center for Justice".

Their contribution is called “Wyborcy Wybiora” and it is a thundering mixture of drone and post-punk. This is their first release of 2018, and it follows up their 2017 album “Bad Times”.

The b-side is a track from Wowza in Kalamazoo called “Lament”, and all proceeds from this single will be donated to Brennan Center for Justice.

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Wooden Rings "A Bell"

Chamber-Folk group Wooden Rings has released a new track called “A Bell”. This is the group lead by songwriter, guitar player, and vocalist Ramah Jihan Malebranche with Nathan Stanley (Drums), Alex Brescanu (Bass/Vocals), and Elizabeth Arakaki (Vocals/Glockenspiel). This is their first single since 2016 and it focuses on our inability to take things back and unring that bell.

Wooden Rings will be performing on November 17th at Catcus Club in Milwaukee.

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