SXSW Music: Lucky No. 7 List

Action Bronson, Deerhoof, Laura Marling, and 160 more

Laura Marling
Laura Marling

After unloading three big lineup lists, South By Southwest has been portioning out artist announcements in small weekly batches. Lucky number seven adds 163 acts to a master list that now totals 1,506. That leaves roughly 500 slots unfilled for the SXSW Music Conference, Mar. 17-22 – just over one month away.

While the headliner reveals likely won’t arrive for at least two more weeks, today’s allotment yields worthy picks including edgy noise-pop makers Deerhoof, heavyweight MC Action Bronson, indie rockers Delta Spirit – whose frontman Matt Vasquez calls Austin home – 21-year-old buzz rapper Casey Veggies, CenTex songwriter Ray Wylie Hubbard, garage punk pinnacle the Spits, instrumentalist Samiyam, veteran DJ and rapper Prince Paul, and unorthodox hot rockers Speedy Ortiz.

And that’s just from the States.

Internationally, British folksinger Laura Marling and Irish singer songwriter James Vincent McMorrow top a list of about a dozen European artists. Canada loans us popular EDM duo Zed’s Dead, one of eight acts from our northerly neighbors. Looking south, Mexico positions another four acts in the SXSW scrum, among them popular soft rocker Siddhartha.

Un-Google-able South Korean electro-rockers From the Airport represent the list’s only Asian import, while Africa, specifically Kenya, brings in house/disco songcrafters Just a Band.

Locally, 23 soldiers from Austin’s ranks are called in. They vary from the established (Carolyn Wonderland) to a brand new metal band that wears leather gimp masks (Tear Dungeon). Also included: Bad Lovers, Booher, Boyfrndz, Dellacoma, DJ Hella Yella, dLo, Flatliner, Good Field, Greenbeard, Jesse Dayton, Keeper, Loki, Curtis McMurtry, Midnight Masses, Not in the Face, Otis the Destroyer, Pleasers, Ruby Jane, Silent Diane, Town Hall Devils, and the Wolf.

412 (Dallas)

The Abigails (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Action Bronson (Queens, NY.)

Air Bag One (Paris, France)

Air DJ (Dallas)

Allegaeon (Denver, CO.)

Amber London (Houston)

A-Trak (Montreal, Canada)

Avan Lava (Brooklyn, NY.)

The Bad Lovers (Austin)

Bad Veins (Cincinnati, OH.)

Beans on Toast (London, England)

Beautiful Lou (San Antonio)

Beginners (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Benedek (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Bestial Mouths (Los Angeles, Calif.)

B.I.C (Bitches Is Crazy)(New York, NY.)

Booher (Austin)

Boris (Berlin, Germany)

Boyfrndz (Austin)

Brenmar (New York, NY.)

Brogan Bentley (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Buck Biloxi & the Fucks (New Orleans, LA.)

The Cabin Project (Portland, OR.)

Casey Veggies (Inglewood, Calif.)

Catl (Toronto, Canada)

Dustin Cavazos (Dallas)

Michelle Chamuel (Amherst, MA.)

Dillon Chase (Oklahoma City, OK.)

Andrew Combs (Nashville, TN.)

Chris Crofton (Nashville, TN.)

Daddy Long Legs (New York, NY.)

Korey Dane (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Deerhoof (San Francisco, Calif.)

Dellacoma (Austin)

Delta Spirit (Brooklyn, NY.)

Kevin Devine (Brooklyn, NY.)

Irene Diaz (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Dinner (Copenhagen, Denmark)

DJ Dana Lu (Old Bridge, NJ.)

DJ Discipline (Little Rock, AR.)

DJ Hella Yella (Austin)

dLo (Austin)

Dos Santos: Anti-Beat Orquesta (Chicago, IL.)

The DuPont Brothers (Burlington, VT.)

Esentrik (New York, NY.)

Ezrakh (Newark, NJ.)

The Family Crest (San Francisco, Calif.)

Deniro Farrar (Charlotte, NC.)

Fat Nick (Miami, FL.)

Flaamingos (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Flatliner (Austin)

Flthy Anmls (Dallas)

Freedom Fry (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Frnkiero & the Cellabration (Passaic, NJ.)

From the Airport (Seoul, South Korea)

Gant-Man (Chicago, IL.)

Gap Dream (Akron, OH.)

Kevin Garrett (Pittsburgh, Pa.)

Gemini Club (Chicago, IL.)

Good Field (Austin)

Greenbeard (Austin)

Hand Job Academy (Brooklyn, NY.)

Angel Haze (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Heyrocco (Charleston, SC.)

Greg Holden (Brooklyn, NY.)

Ray Wylie Hubbard (Wimberley)

Huichol Musical (Nayarit, Mexico)

Iamsu! (Richmond, Calif.)

Jack + Eliza (New York, NY.)

Jesse Dayton (Austin)

Tobias Jesso Jr. (Vancouver, Canada)

Jo’zzy aka Dopebyaccident (Memphis, TN.)

Just A Band (Nairobi, Kenya)

Fritz Kalkbrenner (Berlin, Germany)

Kay Berkel featuring Daniel Romano (Ridgeville, Canada)

Keeper (Austin)

Kittens (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Hosted by Ktown Cowboys (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Marit Larsen (Oslo, Norway)

Nina Las Vegas (Sydney, Australia)

Late Night Radio (Denver, CO.)

L’aupaire (Berlin, Germany)

Laura Marling (London, England)

The Lemons (Chicago, IL.)

Letts (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Loki (Austin)

Los Mundos (Monterrey, Mexico)

Dave Luxe (Montreal, Canada)

Adrienne Mack-Davis (Rochester, NY.)

Magic Giant (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Makthaverskan (Gothenburg, Sweden)

Terry Malts (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Matic808 (Baltimore, MD.)

The Matinée (Vancouver, Canada)

MC Frontalot (Brooklyn, NY.)

James Vincent McMorrow (Dublin, Ireland)

Curtis McMurtry (Austin)

Meishi Smile (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Midnight Masses (Austin)

Mikal Khill (Charlotte, NC.)

Mystery Skulls (Los Angeles, Calif.)

New Beat Fund (Los Angeles, Calif.)

New Madrid (Athens, GA.)

No Parents (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Norrit (Kansas City, KS.)

Not in the Face (Austin)

Onehunnidt (Houston)

Opio (Oakland, Calif.)

Optimo Ram (Houston)

Otis the Destroyer (Austin)

Max Pain & the Groovies (Salt Lake City, UT.)

Paranoid Castle (Saskatoon, Canada)

Patricia (Brooklyn, NY.)

James Place (New York, NY.)

Pleasers (Austin)

The Prettiots (New York, NY.)

Prince Paul (Amityville, NY.)

Printz Board (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Ras G (Los Angeles, Calif.)

The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band (Nashville, IN.)

The Rich Hands (San Antonio)

River City Extension (Toms River, NJ.)

Marlon Roudette (London, England)

Ruby Jane (Austin)

Samiyam (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Sedcairn Archives (formerly Jookabox, DMA) (Indianapolis, IN.)

Seshollowaterboyz (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Siddhartha (Guadalajara, Mexico)

Silent Diane (Austin)

Silk Rhodes (Baltimore, MD.)

The Sloths (Hollywood, Calif.)

Smallpools (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Sol Driven Train (Charleston, SC.)

Soul Veggies (Mega Ran and Storyville)(Philadelphia, Pa.)

Speedy Ortiz (Boston, MA.)

Spike & the Sweet Spots (Chicago, IL.)

Dylan Stark (Portland, OR.)

Stone Jack Jones (Logan, TN.)

Sebastian Sturm (Aachen, Germany)

Sucré (Dallas)

The Suffers (Houston)

Tank & the Bangas (New Orleans, LA.)

Tear Dungeon (Austin)

The Spits (Kalamazoo, MI.)

Third Root (San Antonio)

Tiara Thomas (Indianapolis, IN.)

Town Hall Devils (Austin)

Trinidad Jame$ (Atlanta, GA.)

Tyra B (Atlanta, GA.)

Uniform (Brooklyn, NY.)

UNiiQU3 (Newark, NJ.)

Urss Bajo el Árbol (Mexico City, Mexico)

Elle Varner (Brooklyn, NY.)

Well Hung Heart (Orange, Calif.)

Gabi Wilson (Vallejo, Calif.)

The Wolf (Austin)

Carolyn Wonderland (Austin)

Xtalkofthetown (Dallas)

The Yawpers (Denver, CO.)

Zalama crew (Cali, Colombia)

Zeds Dead (Toronto, Canada)

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SXSW Music List No. 7, SXSW Music 2015, Action Bronson,, Delta Spirit, Deer Hoof, Casey Veggies, the Spits, Prince Paul, Speedy Ortiz, Laura Marling, Carolyn Wonderland, Tear Dungeon

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