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Frances Cone releases debut album + play Deli "Hangover Hideout" in Austin

2013 has been a busy year for Frances Cone. The Brooklyn based singer-songwriter released her new album “Come Back” last week, and she’s now getting ready to make her way down to Austin, where she'll be playing two sets at The Deli’s Hangover Hideout on Thursday 03.13 at 3pm and Saturday 03.16 at J. Black’s on W. 6th Street. Her sweet soprano vocals and mellow music will ease that headache you’re bound to have after Friday night, and rejuvenate you as you prepare for the last night of partying in Austin. - Lucille Sherman

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Deli Austin 2013 issue is online!

Yo wonderful peoples!

The Deli's Austin 2013 issue is now online - with The Lone Bellow on the cover! They are playing City Winery tomorrow by the way (03.08).

You can read it (but you can't feel it) HERE. If you want to feel it you'll have to come to Austin during Music Week (March 12-17), we'll distribute 10k of these pocket rags between Downtown, the East Side and South Congress. 

See you there!

The Deli's Staff





TWO Deli Shows in Austin during Music Week!

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The Deli's UN/OFF Party (Friday 3/15 at 8pm - FREE): 
The Stone Foxes (SF) - Pearl and The Beard (NYC) - The Couch (Austin) - Friend Roulette (NYC) - André Obin (Boston) - Borrisokane (Austin) -Cultfever (NYC) - Cold Blood Club (NYC) - Fan Tan (NYC) + MANY SPECIAL GUESTS!

The Deli's Hangover Hideout (a 3 day celebration of the therapeutic power of quality songwriting).

The Deli's Staff





Friend Roulette announces release + plays Deli UN/OFF show in Austin on 03.15

Brooklyn's Friend Roulette sounds like an indie band formed by an established and constantly high Hollywood movie soundtrack composer. The band's instrumentation ranges from your regular electric guitars and drums to strings and other instruments quite foreign to the pop tradition like bass clarinet and EWI. Their music favors not exactly uplifting atmospheres ranging from the melancholic to the downright tense, but pop melodies lie in there, between the guitar and violin drones and the clarinet arabesques. Their sound is rather unique and their live shows very enjoyable, and that's why we decided to book them for our Deli UN/OFF party in Austin next week on March 15 at Rusty's (8pm). The band has recently released the first single "Earthrise" (streaming below) from the album "I'm Sorry You Hit Your Head," out in April on Goodnight Records.

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Brand new from Brooklyn: Leapling plays Shea Stadium tonight (03.06)

Leapling plays what I call "impressionistic pop" - Here We Go Magic's music is one of this genre's best examples. Featuring drafts of melodies, gentle arrangements and semi-whispered vocals, this is textured, almost transparent music for the shy - or the sleepy. The Brooklyn based quartet released their debut "Losing Face" EP in January and will play Shea Stadium tonight March 06. Check out opening track "Nature Must Not Win," streaming below.

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