SXSW Music: List Four

First of regular Friday blasts notches total acts past 1,000

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Following last week’s gargantuan third list of Music acts, South by Southwest today announced another 176 names. That brings the total number of confirmed showcasers to 1,140. Expect Friday dispatches from the conference until not another band could possibly fit on local stages.

Mainland notables: Run the Jewels, Bobby Bare, Jr., Birdcloud, Dilated Peoples, Jacuzzi Boys, Peanut Butter Wolf, and the Waco Brothers.

International notables: Perfume (Japan), Death By Unga Bunga (Norway), the Vaccines (UK), 60 Tigres (Mexico). Latin America keeps its numbers up by adding six Chilean acts, four from Colombia, and eight Brazilians. Canada piled on another 11.

Twenty Austin artists with bragging rights: Ben Aqua, Aviateur, Berkshire Hounds, Scott H. Biram, Gina Chavez, Churchwood, Dawn & Hawkes, East 35, the Eastern Sea, Harvest Thieves, Holiday Mountain, Cory Kendrix, Malia Grace, Elizabeth McQueen/EMQ, the Narcotx, Neon Cobra, Rosie Flores, Supraman, Total Unicorn, Vanishing Life.

60 Tigres (Monterrey, Mexico)

8th Grader (San Francisco, Calif.)

Adelaida (Valparaiso, Chile)

Air Traffic Controller (Boston, Mass.)

Albatross (Kathmandu, Nepal)

Hamish Anderson (Melbourne, Australia)

Anonymous (Dallas)

Ben Aqua (Austin)

Jeff Austin (Black Hawk, Colo.)

Autoramas (Rio De Janeiro, Brazil)

Aviateur (Austin)

Banditos (Nashville, Tenn.)

Bobby Bare, Jr. (Nashville, Tenn.)

Barretso (Vina Del Mar, Chile)

The Beat Academy (Toronto, Canada)

Berkshire Hounds (Austin)

Serge Beynaud (Yamoussoukro, Ivory Coast)

Scott H. Biram (Austin)

Birdcloud (Nashville, Tenn.)

The Black Cadillacs (Knoxville, Tenn.)

Black Linen (Atlanta, Ga.)

Rizzo Blaze (Dallas)

Boxed In (Manchester, England)

BP Fallon (Dublin, Ireland)

Breakfast In Fur (New Paltz, N.Y.)

Brother Ali (Minneapoils, Minn.)

Doug Burr (Denton)

Byzantine (Charlestown, W. Va.)

Call Me Lolla (São Paulo, Brazil)

Cardiel (Mexico City, Mexico)

Carmada (Sydney, Australia)

Matias Cena (Santiago, Chile)

The Cerny Brothers (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Gina Chavez (Austin)

Churchwood (Austin)

Colony House (Nashville, Tenn.)

Daniel Ellsworth & the Great Lakes (Nashville, Tenn.)

Dark Waves (Santa Barbara, Calif.)

Kate Davis (Portland, Ore.)

Dawn & Hawkes (Austin)

Death by Unga Bunga (Oslo, Norway)

Dem Atlas (St Paul, Minn.)

Dent May (Oxford, Miss.)

Dilated Peoples (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Disco las Palmeras! (Madrid, Spain)

DJ C.Wade (Dallas)

DJHerShe (Peabody, Mass.)

Doomsquad (Toronto, Canada)

Dorothy (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Dotan (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

The Dove & the Wolf (Paris, France)

Andrew Duhon (New Orleans, La.)

Zeke Duhon (Tulsa, Okla.)

East 35 (Austin)

The Eastern Sea (Austin)

Estados Alterados (Medellín, Colombia)

Et Aliae (London, England)

The Everymen (Tuckerton, N.J.)

Fred Falke (Toulouse, France)

Fallujah (San Francisco, Calif.)

Ronnie Fauss (Dallas)

Orenda Fink (Omaha, Neb.)

Foreign Fields (Nashville, Tenn.)

Jessie Frye (Denton)

Genevieve (Los Angeles, Calif.)

The Grahams (New York, N.Y.)

Grandmilly (Hempstead, N.Y.)

Grieves (Seattle, Wash.)

GRMLN (San Francisco, Calif.)

Group of the Altos (Milwaukee, Wis.)

Harvest Thieves (Austin)

Joe Hertler & the Rainbow Seekers (Lansing, Mich.)

Holiday Mountain (Austin)

The Horrorist (New York, N.Y.)

Hot Panda (Vancouver, Canada)

Hundred Waters (Gainesville, Fla.)

Jacuzzi Boys (Miami, Fla.)

Jameszoo (Den Bosch, Netherlands)

JP Hoe (Winnipeg, Canada)

June (Memphis, Tenn.)

Kap Slap (Boston, Mass.)

Cory Kendrix (Austin)

Kero Kero Bonito (London, England)

Luke Winslow King (New Orleans, La.)

Kink Ador (Nashville, Tenn.)

Klangkarussell (Salzburg, Austria)

K-os (Vancouver, Canada)

Dex Kwasi (Accra, Ghana)

La Banda Bastön (Ciudad Constitución, Mexico)

Megan Lane (The Woods, Canada)

Jon Langford (Chicago, Ill.)

Ivy Levan (Los Angeles, Calif.)

L’Hereu Escampa (Barcelona, Spain)

Lieutenant (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Lil Herb (Chicago, Ill.)

Lodro (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

Jeremy Loops (Cape Town, South Africa)

Loosetemper (Dallas)

The Love Junkies (Perth, Australia)

Lydia Loveless (Columbus, Ohio)

Luke Sweeney (San Francisco, Calif.)

Machineheart (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Malia Grace (Austin)

Dan Mangan + Blacksmith (Vancouver, Canada)

Marineros (Santiago, Chile)

The McCrary Sisters (Nashville, Tenn.)

Elizabeth McQueen/EMQ (Austin)

Mideau (Salt Lake City, Utah)

Mitski (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

MKRNI (Santiago, Chile)

MLKMN (Laredo)

Monophonicos (Bogota, Colombia)

Moon Tooth (Long Island, N.Y.)

Mungo’s Hi Fi (Glasgow, Scotland)

The Narcotx (Austin)

Needs(Vancouver, Canada)

Sarah Bethe Nelson (San Francisco, Calif.)

Neon Cobra (Austin)

No Sinner (Vancouver, Canada)

Ormonde (Seattle, Wash.)

Oxford & Co. (Sydney, Australia)

Palmbomen (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Paperwhite (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

Peanut Butter Wolf (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Amanda Perez (Fort Wayne, Ind.)

Perfume (Tokyo, Japan)

Photay (Woodstock, N.Y.)

Planet Booty (Oakland, Calif.)

A Pony Named Olga (Berlin, Germany)

Priory (Portland, Ore.)

Prof (Minneapolis, Minn.)

Profetas (Bogotá, Colombia)

Rah Rah (Regina, Canada)

Rare Essence (Washington, D.C.)

Rathborne (New York, N.Y.)

Raury (Atlanta, Ga.)

Rey Pila (Mexico City, Mexico)

Roge (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

Rosie Flores (Austin)

Rulo y la Contrabanda (Reinosa, Spain)

Run the Jewels (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

Safari (Santiago, Chile)

Santullo (Montevideo, Uruguay)

Scalene (Brasília, Brazil)

Scatter Their Own (Porcupine, S.D.)

Schaffer the Darklord (New York, N.Y.)

Scotty ATL (Atlanta, Ga.)

Secret Someones (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

Doug Seegers (Nashville, Tenn.)

The Seshen (San Francisco, Calif.)

Silva (Vitória, Brazil)

Justine Skye (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

Solids (Montreal, Canada)

Spain (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Chadwick Stokes (Jamaica Plain, Mass.)

The Stray Birds (Lancaster, Pa.)

Sunflower Bean (New York, N.Y.)

Supercombo (São Paulo, Brazil)

Supraman (Austin)

Susto (Charleston, S.C.)

Total Unicorn (Austin)

Tourista (Lima, Peru)

Trampa (Brasília, Brazil)

Trans-X (Mexico City, Mexico)

Tribe Society (Boston, Mass.)

Ultimate Painting (London, England)

The Vaccines (London, England)

Vanishing Life (Austin)

Juan Pablo Vega (Bogotá, Colombia)

Phill Veras (São Paulo, Brazil)

Vision (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Waco Brothers (Chicago, Ill.)

Grace Weber (Brooklyn, N.Y.)

YB (TEXAS) (Bacliff)

Years & Years (London, England)

Zig Zags (Los Angeles, Calif.)

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SXSW Music 2015, Run the Jewels, Bobby Bare Jr., Birdcloud, Dilated Peoples, Jacuzzi Boys, Peanut Butter Wolf, Perfume, Death by Unga Bunga, Vaccines, 60 Tigres, Berkshire Hounds, Scott H. Biram, Gina Chavez, Churchwood, Eastern Sea, Elizabeth McQueen

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