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The Deli's SXSW Issue 2014 is online!

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P.S. 10k free copies of this issue hit the street of Austin during SXSW Music week!

Rooftop Love Club - "Kill It (If You Want It) Video Premiere

Toronto garage rock duo Rooftop Love Club are back with some brand new music videos from their latest album “Jejune”. Part 2 of 3 has just been released and features the track “Kill It (If You Want It)”. The video follows the main character from Part 1 (which can be seen here) to an empty parking lot where he practices all his new moves however trouble ensues when his skills are put to the test! The track is a bluesy 2 piece rocker that has a next level of heaviness added to it which really helps it rip….or helps YOU rip if you’re the guy in the video. Stay tuned for Part 3 and make sure to check out Rooftop Love Club on June 2nd at the Horseshoe Tavern when they open up for Teenage Head. – Kris Gies

Knifey - "Serf" Video, Rock n' Roll Blowout at Horseshoe 05.18

Toronto punk-surfers Knifey have released a new music video for their track “Serf.” Shot on a cold, windy beach earlier this year the video shows the guys wearing sweatshirts and crushing beers in interesting ways…among other things. Really catchy tune as well. Here’s what they said about the video:

When coming up with a video concept for ‘Serf’ we wanted to create something that was fun and reminded us of those almost cheesy pop punk music videos of the late 90’s and early 2000’s that we all love. We hope our suffering brings you joy.”

Knifey plays The Horseshoe Tavern on May 18th along with Beef Boys, Vypers, Lush Buffalo and The Killer Wails. – Kris Gies


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Grounders - New Record "Coffee & Jam", Release Party 05.19 at The Baby G!

Grounders released a brand new record in late February of this year. It’s hard to pinpoint all the influences they combine which I say is a good thing. The track “Bringing It In” mostly sounds like a tune from an old VHS movie. The bass and keys carry the tune right from the 80’s directly to your ears. It’s got funk and psych vibes thrown in as well. They went down to SXSW after the release and have now announced their Toronto release party for “Coffee & Jam” will be May 19th at the Baby G along with Carl Didur and Champion Ski. – Kris Gies


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