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Best of Austin: Vote for Indie Rock/Pop category!

Ladies and Gents,

We continue our Best of Austin Poll for Emerging Artists with the "Indie Rock/Pop" category, you can see (and vote for) any of the 13 finalist here.

Lots of great talent, check them all out!

The Folks at The Deli

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Debut Blubird Album Available for Streaming & Purchase

Delusions of Grandeur, the debut album from Blubird, could be the beginning of the workweek pick-me-up many of us need. Encased in bright but brooding stretches of grooves, the quartet sounds refreshing with an eye and ear on the ominous. What starts with a shimmer gradually transitions into a murkier psych realm, shifting the dynamic, while creating a curiosity as to what direction they’ll head next.

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Sports Boyfriend on Sofar

Sofar Chicago has released a new video feature Sports Boyfriend performing her song “Novelty”. Sports Boyfriend is the project of Eileen Peliter.

You can catch her at The Empty Bottle on Feb. 13th with Dizzyride, Press, and Lokomoko

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New music video from playful emo up and comers “The Obsessives”

After making a name for themselves with their 2015 debut LP “Heck No, Nancy”, DC two-piece The Obsessives are back with a music video for the song “Surfer Rosa” from their forthcoming self-titled second album.

True to the emo spirit, “Surfer Rosa” focuses on the cathartic expression of disappointments and shortcomings, opening up with the line, “Baby I can’t remember, the last time I pleased you”. But don’t get the wrong impression; far from being focused on doom and gloom, The Obsessives tackle their subject matter playfully.

Here’s “Surfer Rosa” from The Obsessives’ upcoming self-titled album.

 

-Written by Michael Dranove

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Imaginary Tricks to play Pianos on Valentine's Day

Looking for a last-minute Valentine's Day date idea? Here you go: Queens-based indie pop duo Imaginary Tricks plays Pianos in the Lower East Side on February 14th. Take a friend (or someone more than a friend) to hear catchy tunes from the group, who've opened for Dr. Dog and Jimmy Eat World, among others.

The band -- led by Mike Visser -- has quite a bit coming up in the weeks following their Pianos show. They head to SXSW in Austin, where they'll play at Maggie Mae's on March 16th. Then they'll release a new record, "Skommel," on March 24th. You can stream a track from the record, titled "Bird", below. - Will Sisskind

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