SXSW Announces More 2019 Performers

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SXSW 2019 is only a few months (but a whole lot of terrible weather and work days) away. Today, the festival has shared their second avalanche of bands who’ll be joining the line-up to help you get through it. The initial line-up reveal included Wyclef Jean, Laura Jane Grace & The Devouring Mothers, … More »

SXSW Announces Initial 2019 Bands List

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SXSWThe year of our lord 2018 is finally drawing to a close, which, if you’re in the music industry, means it’s already time to start thinking about South By Southwest 2019. The music portion of the annual festival is coming to downtown Austin, Texas from 3/11-17 next year, and today, SXSW has announced the first … More »

Bomb Threat at Concert Leads to Cancellation and One arrest

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This past Saturday, a concert held during South by Southwest was canceled due to an unsuspected bomb threat that occurred. Austin police arrested a suspicious man, named Trevor Weldon, that was charged with emailing a bomb threat. The suspicious convict is expected to serve 10 years in prison due to this serious charge. Originally, The

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SXSW 2018: Waxahatchee Plays New Songs For Rachael Ray

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Less than a decade ago, Katie Crutchfield was performing at punk houses as part of P.S. Eliot, and now she’s out here playing for celebrity chef Rachael Ray. Her upward career trajectory has been marvelous to behold, and it’s a testament to just how versatile and strong her songwriting is that it works in any … More »

The Roots’ SXSW Cancelled After Bomb Threat

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The Roots & Friends show at SXSW was canceled Saturday night (March 16) because of security issues. More »

SXSW 2018: bbymutha Can And Will Win You Over, No Problem

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Midway through bbymutha’s set at Fader Fort yesterday, the rapper looked out at the crowd and said: “There’s this thing my daughter does before my songs where she says ‘momma you so cute.'” She calls that her “gas,” motivation to keep moving through a set, and asked that the audience shout those words of encouragement … More »

SXSW 2018: Illuminati Hotties Are The Best Band That Almost No One Saw

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There’s a trajectory that a lot of the best bands playing SXSW tend to follow, in that the first year they’re here barely anyone sees them play and then the next time they come back, they’re the talk of the town. In a good and just world, Illuminati Hotties are on that path, and in … More »

SXSW 2018: Soccer Mommy’s “Scorpio Rising” Is The Only Song

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Soccer Mommy kind of dresses like Avril Lavigne. When she walked onto the Fader Fort stage yesterday, Sophie Allison wore a pair of black leather platform docs, a black leather choker (perhaps an homage to her song “Your Dog”), and carried her guitar on a hot pink checkerboard strap. She embodied the early 2000s … More »

SXSW 2018: Behold Superorganism’s Ecstatic Pop Utopia

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Superorganism take the stage in a cult-like procession. Most of them are wearing brightly colored rain jackets, hoods up. Their three back-up singers are holding bells, which they chime into their microphones as the band’s intoxicating combination of rubber-band beats and squelching samples revs up behind them. Orono Noguchi, the group’s 18-year-old lead singer, heads … More »

SXSW 2018: Mal Blum Is Punk’s Greatest Hidden Treasure

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Mal Blum has been releasing music for over a decade now, and in that time they’ve built up a solid fanbase, most recently opening up for the likes of Jessica Lea Mayfield and Mary Lambert and performing as part of the popular podcast Welcome To Night Vale’s touring troupe. But they deserve to … More »