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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!





Pinky Pinky's "Do Me Dirty (Charlie)" is breezy, salacious fun

Pinky Pinky first brought a luscious punk attitude to their garage jams on their self-titled debut EP. On their new single, "Do Me Dirty (Charlie)," the young trio—vocalist/drummer Anastasia Sanchez, guitarist Isabelle Fields, bassist Eva Chambers—applies a breezy, humorous quality to their retro-sounding jangle pop. The track's swinging, Merseybeat groove comes from a familiar place, but it's also unlike anything else, as they bring forth a puppy love melody to their otherwise lustful affirmation. 

"Do Me Dirty (Charlie)" is the first offering following their Hot Tears EP. Juan Rodríguez

 





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Band name: 
Youth Basketball
FULL Artist Facebook address (http://...): 
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Venue name: 
The Hotel Cafe
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Oyster Kids' "Losing My Mind" is an upbeat ode to self-doubt

Oyster Kids sing to those who need some solace on their ode to self-doubt, "Losing My Mind." The indie pop's latest single is an upbeat anthem with lyrical undertones that match every mood you could possibly be in. The four-piece acknowledge that it's okay to "lose your mind," and how it isn't always simple to snap out of it. The atmospheric aloofness this hauntingly creative band produces has a special place in the deep roots of the L.A. music scene. Kayla Hay

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Joni holds on to a withering love on "Botanical Baby"

Joni Fatora reflects on a distant love through quiet contemplation on "Botanical Baby." Fatora—who performs under the name Joni—is reminded of how human relationships can be as fleeting as the changing of the seasons. She's surrounded by nature, alluding to how flowers can be as beautiful as they are toxic. Joni's cooing vocals waft over a breezy, Tropicália-inspired melody with a tender embrace. There's a tinge of melancholy to her words, all the more bittersweet when sung with such languid ease. 

Joni is currently working on an EP, due out later this summer. Watch the lyric video for "Botanical Baby" below. Juan Rodríguez

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