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Drowned in Sound: Meatbodies - Meatbodies
Drowned in Sound: Bear's Den - Islands



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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!


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Gina Chavez

Not many Austinites are familiar with Hispanic women musicians, unless it’s Selena or Ana Tijoux. However, Gina Chavez is one of those rare gems, with a Texas twang. “Miles De Millas” on Chavez’s sophomore album, Up.Rooted, brings in the Tejano-style beat accompanied by a dark, flamenco sound as she belts out English and Spanish lyrics in her polished, sweet-and-sour voice. Regardless of the obvious Latino influences, she still sticks to her southern roots in tracks like “Save Me” and “Maize” with rustic guitar strums. -Halie Davis

 

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The Bad Lovers

Hotel Vegas is a venue that welcomes local bands with open arms. The Bad Lovers will help them kickoff their second anniversary weekend. The Bad Lovers’ surf-garage rock sound is the perfect soundtrack for a Halloween Friday.  Like their name suggests they have a simple yet occasionally sloppy rock and roll sound. Nothing earthshaking but who really likes that anyways. There is nothing bad about taking it nice and easy. Released last October, their LP, Wild Times, does just that. The 15-song album is laid-back rock and roll listen that would pair well with any party. Grab a drink and check them out at Hotel Hot Burrito’s two-year anniversary weekend kickoff show at Hotel Vegas this Friday, Oct. 31

 

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Hundred Visions release new LP next week

Garage rock should feel effortless. Guitar, drums and bass…that’s all you need. Ben Maddox, Wes Turner and Johnny Krueger of Hundred Visions get that simplicity is key. Their new track, “You’re Gonna Cut Me Loose,” has the indie-psych rock elements down. The scruffy guitars, distorted vocals and punk rock drum beat are enough to get you amped for their sophomore release. Thier new LP “SPITE” is out Oct. 28 via Pau Wau Records. Check them out this Saturday at Hotel Vegas. -Allison Mayoral

 

 

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