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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!





Kaleidoscope Horse - Theatrical Dream Pysch Band release new single "Behaviour"

Theatrical dream-psych band Kaleidoscope Horse have released a new epic video for their track “Behaviour”. Produced by Brandon Bak and Tobin Hopwood (from Possum) with cinematography by Slone Mcgowan; this video is filled with unusual characters, a mesmerizing space age pysch-rock song and an overall calm chaos throughout. The video is as ambitious as the song itself. Both extremely creative. Behold Kaleidoscope Horse for yourself live at their “Slow, Slow” Album Release Party at the Super Wonder Gallery on August 23rd. – Kris Gies





Shade - Sign to Sleepless Records, Release "Controller" Single

Recently signed to Sleepless Records; Shade is a powerful Hamilton 5 piece that blend 90’s Britpop with pure fuzzed out grunge. They just dropped their first single “Controller”. This tune has a very catchy riff that gets better every time you hear it. The vocals weave through the song as if Liam Gallagher was possessed by the devil. The track actually sounds like an evil b-side from ‘Definitely Maybe’. They have more tunes in the can so we just have to wait patiently for more Shade! See em live at Hamilton’s Supercrawl during the weekend of September 13-16. – Kris Gies





Bo Welland - "Crack Change" Music Video Premiere!

The Deli Toronto is pleased to premiere the new music video from indie-rockers Bo Welland. Shawn Kosmo of Here Kitty Kitty Productions worked as the videographer for this basement rockin’ video. It was nice of the drummer to take off his hoodie and expose the deadly old Stars jersey. “Crack Change” is the title track from their upcoming EP. The new EP shows off the band exploring deeper sonic landscapes which can be heard in this track with the varying moods and dynamics. Bo Welland plays Friday August 3rd at the Horseshoe Tavern along with The Kitch and Liam Martini. – Kris Gies





Christian & the Sinners - Nick Cave meets Brian Jonestown Massacre!

 “Sounds like Joe Strummer and Nick Cave in a knife fight at Johnny Cash’s house” is how Christian & the Sinners describe themselves. The dark, brooding vocal styles of Cave are very apparent in their latest single “Blood on the Frozen Sand”. With guitars sounding like  the Brian Jonestown Massacre, that’s a pretty stellar combo. This single available on their bandcamp page ahead of their October 1st release of “The Perversion of Something Good” EP. – Kris Gies

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