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  The Deli's Austin Issue's Curculation and Ad Specs
 




The 2013 Austin issue of The Deli will be printed in 10k copies and distributed in Austin during the music week of the famous, unmentionable festival (March 12-17). Click on last year's cover (on the right) to read last year's issue online.

AD SPECS

File Format:
All print ads should be at 300 dpi and CMYK color format. Files supported: uncompressed jpg (preferred) and pdf. 

Bleed:
If interested in full page ads without white frame please add 1/4 inch bleed.

Size:
Full page ad with bleed - 4.5" wide x 5.75" tall (all important elements & text need to be kept within 0.5" from the edges (top, bottom and both sides).
 
1/2 Page Ad - 3.625" wide x 2.375" tall

1/4 Page Ad - 3.625" wide x 1.13" tall
 
Where to send: 
You can send your ad via email to thede
 

Austin2012
Deli Austin 2012 Issue - read it online here.
 
 
 

 

The Deli's Scene Coverage


 
 
 

 





The Deli's NYC issue #32 is out, read it online!

The 32nd issue of The Deli NYC is out in the streets people, but if you don't like the streets you can still read it online here (flash version) or download it in pdf here.

Also, also! The Deli's Stomp Box Exhibit at Main Drag starts in a week - more info here.

The Deli's Staff



Fall 2013, NYC issue #32 (CMJ)
Read it here

 






The Deli's New DIY Show Listings - courtesy of Rukkus.com!

Musicians and Music Fans,

BIG NEWS! The Deli and Rukkus.com have partnered to create a new version of our DIY show listings (this links to the NYC listings), which allow artists and show organizers to promote their shows directly on the home pages of The Deli's 12 regional blogs - and beyond, since Rukkus covers the entire US territory!

Also! For extra exposure, from now on every Deli page will also have a direct link to the local live listings on the main navigation bar!

"Where are they?" - we hear you ask.

Widget on The Deli's Homepages  - look on the far right column in this page - scroll down a bit.

Live Listing Dedicated Pages - Click on the "Live Listings" link on the orange navigation bar under the Deli's logo.

PROMOTE YOUR NEXT SHOW NOW, HERE!

The Deli's Staff
www.thedelimagazine.com

 





Meijin's SXSW day 5: Zuzuka Poderosa, Los Rakas, The Bright Light Social Hour, Semi Precious Weapons, Peelander Z, Shiny Toy Guns

St. Patty’s Day marked my final day in Austin. Although I forgot to wear green, I still maintained a festive attitude as I headed “uptown” to the Victory Grill for an outside show hosted by Sol Collective, highlighting several multi-cultural artists, including Zuzuka Poderosa and Los Rakas. A very far walk to the Auditorium Shores, I arrived to see the final half of Shiny Toy Guys. Following the dance-pop troupe, Austin’s infamous funky dance-blues group,The Bright Light Social Hour, had the honor of supporting legendary act, The Cult, who are still churning out music that channels the energy of their classic sound. Heading back to the downtown chaos via pedicab, I caught Brooklyn’s rising success story, rowdy party rockers, Semi Precious Weapons (and Deli cover band back in 2008), who shook the venue with mostly new music from their upcoming third full length album, set for release on Epic Records. Finishing my evening and my SXSW, I squeezed into the Treasure Island Pirate Bar for Peelander-Z (pictured), a Japanese punk/metal band based in NY. Their highflying energy, Evil Knievel helmets/outfits, and humorous antics were the consummate elements to tie up 2012’s festival. –Meijin Bruttomesso

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