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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!

New Aunt Dracula EP Available for Streaming

Aunt Dracula's forthcoming album, YULE, is a completely solo effort from Scott Daly. Gone are the languid, heady psych-pop soundscapes found on previous recordings; instead, you'll discover Daly traversing brutally abrasive sonic terrains, while his avant-garde sensibilities still remain in the form of a "one man wrecking ball". The EP was recorded this past fall at Castle Drac Studios in Fishtown, and will be officially released on December 21 via Bromius Records.

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New Track: "Savior" - Dominic

Inspired by "a long dormant obsession with 'alternative religion'" and "a couple of super mean Leonard Cohen songs," Dominic Angelella wrote the song "Savior" while working on the next Lithuania album. It's the second single from his debut album, Goodnight, Doggies. (under the moniker Dominic), which will be released on February 3 via Lame-O Records. He'll also be helping to kickoff Lame-O's second annual Rock Residency at Boot & Saddle in the month of January. Each show in the residency will benefit a variety of great causes. Dominic will be coming together with Hurry and Cherry on Thursday, January 5 at the South Philly music venue to raise donations for Planned Parenthood.

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Vita and the Woolf Tantalizes at Everybody Hits Dec. 8

Vita and the Woolf have had a breakthrough 2016 that saw them embarking on their first big U.S. tour in support of Rasputina. And as the year gets nearer to closing, the duo that merges powerful vocals with soulful melodies further prepares for the release of their much-anticipated follow-up to their Fang Song album, Tunnels, on January 20. The band absolutely tantalized with the unveiling of its second single, Qiet, last month, and Jen Pague and Adam Shumski might just preview even more, with the help from guitarist Dane Galloway, when they headline Everybody Hits tonight. They'll be joined by Suburban Living, who are all set to ring in the New Year with Mo Lowda & The Humble and Air is Human at Ortleib's. Grayling is also slated to open the bill. Everybody Hits, 529 W. Girard Ave, 8pm, $8, All Ages - Bill McThrill

New Music Video: "The Ukulele Song" - Strange Parts

The stripped-down beauty of Strange Parts' "The Ukulele Song" scores Attia Taylor’s home-spun footage of her trip to Trinidad. The unfiltered imagery temporarily transports, creating a candid sense of elegance. The song is featured on the duo’s debut release Rainier Bedstuy Home Recordings.

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