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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!

   

Jordan Chism delivers dreamy pop on "Horoscopes"

Looking for a song that combines the '50s crooner stylings heard at the Enchantment Under the Sea Dance with light and airy synths? I thought so. Well, Nashville's Jordan Chism has delivered just that on her single "Horoscopes", written for an indie film titled The Boogeywoman, described as "a coming of age story about the horrors and wonders of becoming a woman." Well, there's nothing horrific about Chism's dreamy pop offering here, just sweet melodies and chill vibes. - Chris Thiessen

   

The By Gods playing The East Room this Saturday!

If you're a sucker for well-crafted '90s garage rock/pop grunge, or if you just like videos of puppies, check out the new video for The By Gods' newest single "Wait Up"! Produced and engineered by Alex Newport (Death Cab For Cutie, At the Drive-In, Bloc Party), the rock trio have found a beautifully balanced sound that carries just enough from the pop world and the garage world to make a noisey, yet smart track. Check out the song below and catch The By Gods at The East Room this Saturday with PLS PLS and Tape Deck Mountain beginning at 8:00 PM! - Chris Thiessen

   

Introducing The Deli Nashville's "New Nashville" Playlist!

The Deli Nashville is proud to present our first actively-updated Spotify playlist featuring all the best Music City has to offer. "The New Nashville" playlist seeks to combine the Nashville heavyweights like Jack White and Chris Stapleton with the indie stars like Soccer Mommy and R.LUM.R and with the newest emerging artists we cover like Riley Moore and The Arcadian Wild! Be sure to follow the playlist to keep updated on the newest releases and support your incredibly talented local Nashville artists! - Chris Thiessen

   

H.A.R.D team up with Nashville alternative heroes on "Bellyacher"

H.A.R.D (short for Have A Rad Day) were formed after the breakup of Light Beam Rider by Thomas Sweat, Daniel Sowards, Brady Gomillion and Zach Fierman. And they are now sharing their high-energy brand of anthem-y alternative rock with debut single "Bellyacher". Diarrhea Planet's Jordan Smith and The Weeks' Cyle Barnes feature on the song to bring the energy level to a whole new level as they chant, "I don't give a fuck what I said." Check out "Bellyacher" below and be sure to be on the lookout for H.A.R.D's EP coming this spring! - Chris Thiessen