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The Deli's Austin '17 Issue is online! The Synths and Pedals Issue

Deli Readers,

We've been publishing the yearly Austin issue of The Deli (coinciding with SXSW) since 2011, and it's our only print issue that's not exclusively focused on just NYC artists. 

After last year's fun, "PsycheDelic" approach, we decided to dedicate this year's issue almost entirely to synth and pedals (and bands of course!), in an effort to promote our Austin Stompbox Exhibit and Synth Expo - which, if you are a gear geek heading to Austin next week, should not miss!

However, the highlight of this issue is an article about women and technology. Hope you enjoy it!

LISTEN TO A PLAYLIST OF THIS ISSUE HERE (or below)!

The Deli's Staff

P.S. You'll see the printed issue in Austin next week and in NYC the week after.

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Deli "Best of New England Indie Rock Act" XR Tabs Play Aurora Providence 3/22

Earlier this year, experimental indie-rock trio XR Tabs was chosen by our panel of jurors as New England's Best Emerging Indie Rock Act of 2016.  Their unique, ambient soundscapes create a visceral response from the listener, fostering feelings of uncertainty and discovery.  Their new material is a collection of lo-fi science experiments gone right. Experience them live at Aurora Providence on 3/22 with Jesse the Tree, featuring photography by Ky Van Seltzer and artwork by Madison Eva.  -Brian Varneke

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Math the Band (The Band) Hits The Middle East Upstairs 2/18

 Not to be confused with Math the Band (those guys are retired), Math the Band The Band is a 6-piece electro-punk band from Providence that brings a consistently catchy, youthful, synth-heavy brand of punk rock to the New England scene (think Bomb the Music Industry, but more infectious).  Formed over 15 years ago by songwriting duo, Kevin Steinhauser and Justine Mainville, Math the Band (the Band) has grown and evolved into a major voice, both locally and nationally.  An auditory sugar rush, these guys are guaranteed to tear the roof off of any venue, including the Middle East, where they will be performing on 2/18 with Old Table, Request Freebird, and Ben Hersey. -Brian Varneke

 

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Thank God For Science Performs at State Park 2/26

 Thank God For Science is an intergalactic collage of 70s funk, reggae grooves, soaring synths, orchestral arrangements, and spoken word monologues, coming together to form a debut record in Volume One.  The album is a sort of auditory found art piece, taking concepts and styles that you are familiar with and combining them in a way that is unique and eclectic.  Fully instrumental, Volume One would work just as well as a film soundtrack as a full-length album.  Check out Thank God for Science, performing at State Park in Cambridge, MA on 2/26. -Brian Varneke





THE DELI'S POLL!

             
Which of these acts should be the next Deli LA Artist of the Month?
Total: votes
  Mirage 
  Animal Waves 
  Desert Weather 
  Holdan 
  Kinolectro 
  Pete Wilde 
  Rose Dorn 

This poll will end on May 31, 2019 at 11.59 PM ET

Please stay positive with the comments, support for other bands is one of the secrets of "success."

Results as of May 23, 2019, 3:00 pm

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