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The Deli's SXSW Issue 2014 is online!

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P.S. 10k free copies of this issue hit the street of Austin during SXSW Music week!

Twin Chameleon Brings Their Brand of Indie-Pop to McGann's Irish Pub 12/9

Simple, catchy melodies, surprisingly incongruent lyrical content and the occasional calypso flavor, makes Boston indie pop-trio Twin Chameleon a stand-out act.  As you listen to their self-titled debut EP, it's difficult not to make comparisons to bands like Bombay Bicycle Club or early-era Vampire Weekend.  However, Twin Chameleon definitely has their own character and is quickly mastering the art of engaging pop anthems.  From the beach-vibe of "Spring Break" to the unique vocal soundscape of "Counting Sheep", each track has something different to offer.   Check them out as they take the stage at McGann's Irish Pub with Makutu, The Maxims, and Floorcloud on 12/9. -Brian Varneke

 

Psychedelic Rock Trio Violet Intent Plays Plough and Stars 12/14

A driving, hallucinogenic, rock n roll adventure awaits, courtesy of Boston trio, Violet Intent.  Alternating between atmospheric soundscapes and balls-out rock, their latest release, Our Feature Presentation, is a nostalgic ride back to 60s psychedelic culture with a unique, modern twist.  Violet Intent is the perfect soundtrack to your next night of debauchery.  Check them out as they rock The Plough and Stars on 12/14, with Tall Teenagers. -Brian Varneke

 

Boketto the Wolf Brings Debut EP to P.A.s Lounge on 12/9

Filled with highly charged emotional content, a fully utilized dynamic range, and engaging, vocal melodies from Julia Maree, Boston-based folk-rockers Boketto the Wolf ensure that their formidable debut EP, Sleepless, lives up to its title.  Leading with its stand-out track, "Float Back to Me", which revitalizes the lost art of the 6/8 power ballad, Sleepless is a neatly packaged, 5-track album that perfectly sums up the reach and character of the band.  This haunting debut ensures that you will be "floating back" to it time and time again.  Catch Boketto the Wolf, joined by Drew Angus, Alternate Weekends, and The Silent Wild at P.A.s Lounge on Saturday, 12/9. -Brian Varneke

 

 

Kindling brings their shoegaze-y indie rock to Brighton Hall 1/18

 As their name suggests, there's definitely something incindiary about Easthampton-based band Kindling. Their songs are thick with a nasty, fuzz and feedback coating, paired against ethereal vocals that somehow manage to float above the firey instrumental whirlwind happening beneath them. Catch the band at Brighton Music Hall 1/18 playing with City of Caterpiller and The Saddest Landscape, and be sure to stream them below.-Olivia Sisinni

 

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