Final SXSW List: No. 10

Nas, Vince Staples, Lucius, and 198 more

South by Southwest’s weekly lineup announcements concluded this morning, 11 days before the conference’s music portion commences. The addition of 201 acts includes all-time great MC Nas, Brooklyn pop artisans Lucius, and rising rapper Vince Staples, totaling the festival’s offerings around 2,100 acts.

Nas (Photo by David Brendan Hall)

Additionally, soul queen Erykah Badu was announced earlier this week as an official SXSW showcaser, headlining Mohawk on Wednesday, March 16.

Many notables listed on the final cull pull from the vast and varied world of hip-hop: cuddly producer DJ Khaled, south London rap collective Section Boyz, Beat Junkies originator J Rocc, Stones Throw Records pillars Peanut Butter Wolf and Homeboy Sandman, Mike Zombie (producer of Drake hit “Started at the Bottom”), A.Dd+ member Slim Gravy, Toronto-sourced crowd pleaser Tory Lanes, and mental rapper Kool Keith.

Also on the docket, veteran metal mainstreamers Killswitch Engage and P.O.D. Speaking of the heavy stuff, Monday it was announced that post-emo-prog faves Coheed & Cambria headline Friday’s free concert at Auditorium Shores, which also includes a performance by Aussie rockers Wolfmother.

SXSW’s final push of registered acts also lassos in a long list of locals: Black Books, Bavu Blakes, the Boxing Lesson, Capyac, Dead Earth Politics, the Diamond Center, DJ D-Lite, DJ Grip, DJ Jester the Filipino Fist, DoWrong, Dubb Sicks, Kimberly Dunn, Flying Turns, Kayla Freeman, Tim Gunter, January May, JSoulja, Kenny Gee, KP & the Boom Boom, Leather Girls, Lil T, Lowkey, Mad Classy, Mindz of A Different Kind, the Nimbus, Nook, Pleasure Escape, Rotten Mangos, Roxy Roca, Justin Sherburn & Montopolis, Shinyribs, Sip Sip, Sphynx, Subkulture Patriots, the Sun Machine, Team Next, Total Abuse, Hailey Tuck, Wavedash, and Y2.

Hopscotch back through all previous lists after perusing this final volley:

21 Savage (Atlanta, GA.)

2ToneDisco (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Afterlife [Josh Pan + X&G] (New York, NY.)

A Lot Like Birds (Sacramento, Calif.)

AMFMS (Baltimore, MD.)

Baauer (New York, NY.)

Erykah Badu (Dallas)

Bang-N Records (New Orleans, LA.)

Marc E. Bassy (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Big Smo (Unionville, TN.)

Bixel Boys (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Black Books (Austin)

Bavu Blakes (Garland)

The Blind Owls (Corpus Christi)

Bob Moses (Vancouver, Canada)

Bosco (Atlanta, GA.)

The Boxing Lesson (Austin)

Buji (Ho Ho Kus, NJ.)

The Cactus Blossoms (Minneapolis, MN.)

Cakedog (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Capyac (Austin)

Cham (Miami, FL.)

Cinnaman (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Cipha Sounds (New York, NY.)

CJ Fly (Brooklyn, NY.)

Geno Cochino (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Coheed & Cambria (New York, NY.)

John Congleton & the Nighty Nite (Dallas)

Courtnie (Saint Louis, MO.)

Crew54 (Killeen)

Culture Abuse (San Francisco, Calif.)

Daedelus (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Elise Davis (Little Rock, AR.)

Daya (Pittsburgh, PA.)

Dcc (Dallas)

Dead Earth Politics (Austin)

The Diamond Center (Austin)

Nina Diaz (San Antonio)

Lucas DiPasquale (Toronto, Canada)

Dirty Streets (Memphis, TN.)

DJ Aktive (Philadelphia, PA.)

DJ Baby Roo (Houston)

DJ D-Lite (Austin)

DJ Grip (Austin)

DJ Jester the Filipino Fist (Austin)

DJ Khaled (New Orleans, LA.)

DJ Mz Rico (Houston)

DJ Phife (Dallas)

DJ Ryan Wolf (Cleveland, OH.)

DJ Sad13 & DJ Dirwinista [Speedy Ortiz] (Northampton, MA.)

DJ Sliink (Newark, NJ.)

DoWrong (Austin)

Dubb Sicks (Austin)

Kimberly Dunn (Austin)

Dave East (Harlem, NY.)

Elhae (Atlanta, GA.)

The Flavr Blue (Seattle, WA.)

Flying Turns (Austin)

Kayla Freeman (Austin)

Chaz French (Washington, D.C.)

French Montana (Bronx, NY.)

Friendly Greg (Philadelphia, PA.)

Froyo Ma (Covington, LA.)

FS Green (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Angelica Garcia (Richmond, VA.)

G-Buck (Philadelphia, PA.)

Getter (San Jose, Calif.)

Balthazar Getty (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Ghetts (London, England)

Ghostpizza (San Antonio)

Gnik the God (Atlanta, GA.)

Great Caesar (Brooklyn, NY.)

Gringo Star (Atlanta, GA.)

Gryffin (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Tim Gunter (Austin)

Hardo (Pittsburgh, PA.)

Danny L Harle (London, England)

Seiho Hayakawa (Osaka, Japan)

Health (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Henrik the Artist (Oslo, Norway)

Homeboy Sandman (Queens, NY.)

Tish Hyman (Bronx, NY.)

International Ea (New York, NY.)

Iyer (Singapore)

January May (Austin)

Sarah Jarosz (New York, NY.)

Joie Kathos (Philadelphia, PA.)

J Rocc (Los Angeles, Calif.)

JSoulja (Austin)

Just Blaze (Paterson, NJ.)

K.P tha Profit (San Antonio)

Kehlani (Oakland, Calif.)

Keith Ape (Seoul, South Korea)

Kenny Gee (Austin)

Killswitch Engage (Boston, MA.)

Tate Kobang (Baltimore, MD.)

Kool Keith (Bronx, NY.)

KP & the Boom Boom (Austin)

Sylvan LaCue (Miami, FL.)

Lance [Fuze the MC] (Atlanta, GA.)

Tory Lanez (Toronto, Canada)

La Pumpkin (Savannah, GA.)

Le1f (New York, NY.)

Leather Girls (Austin)

Leggy (Cincinnati, OH.)

Lev (Dallas)

L.I. (Seattle, WA.)

Lil Debbie (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Lil T (Austin)

Lion Kojo (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Lowkey (Austin)

Lucha Underground Live: Austin Warfare (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Lucius (Brooklyn, NY.)

Lucky L.O.C (Hillsboro)

Mad Classy (Austin)

Matthewdavid (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Maxo (Brooklyn, NY.)

Lee Mazin (Philadelphia, PA.)

Meishi Smile (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Mic Mar (Portland, OR.)

Mike Zombie (Willingboro, NJ.)

Mindz of A Different Kind (Austin)

Misteries (Dallas)

Mndsgn (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Modern Vices (Chicago, IL.)

Nas (Brooklyn, NY.)

Neon Indian (Brooklyn, NY.)

Kara-Nichole (San Antonio)

The Nimbus (Austin)

Noodles (Hayward, Calif.)

Nook (Austin)

NxWorries (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Oh My Muu (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Otaku Gang (San Antonio)

Josh Pan (New York, NY.)

Deantoni Parks (Atlanta, GA.)

Party Favor (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Peanut Butter Wolf (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Pinegrove (Montclair, NJ.)

Pleasure Escape (Austin)

P.O.D. (San Diego, Calif.)

Point Point (Paris, France)

Pop Etc. (Brooklyn, NY.)

Jesse Porter (Dallas)

Pressure Busspipe (U.S. Virgin Islands)

Pusher (Toronto, Canada)

Tony Ramey (Greenville, NC.)

Ras G & the Koreatown Oddity (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Rezz (Niagara Falls, Canada)

Karriem Riggins (Detroit, MI.)

Rkcb (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Rotimi (New York, NY.)

The Rotten Mangos (Austin)

Roxy Roca (Austin)

Royal Teeth (New Orleans, LA.)

Runaway Saints (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Runway Richy (Atlanta, GA.)

Ryan Lofty x Rich Jones (Las Vegas, NV.)

Samiyam (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Santah (Chicago, IL.)

Section Boyz (London, England)

Justin Sherburn & Montopolis (Austin)

Shinyribs (Austin)

Show Me the Body (New York, NY.)

Sicko Mobb (Chicago IL)

Keaton Simons (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Sip Sip (Austin)

Anthony Skinner (Nashville, TN.)

Slim Gravy (Dallas)

Smuc the World (Midland)

Spades Saratoga (Harlem, NY.)

Sphynx (Austin)

Spiffy Wilds (Saint Paul, MN.)

Vince Staples (Long Beach, Calif.)

Statik Selektah (Boston, MA.)

Andrew St. James (San Francisco, Calif.)

Michael Stock [Part Time Punks] (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Kipp Stone (Cleveland, OH.)

Subkulture Patriots (Austin)

The Sun Machine (Austin)

Tdoyle (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Team Next (Austin)

Teddy Thompson & Kelly Jones (New York, NY.)

Thought Tempo (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Total Abuse (Austin)

Totem (New York, NY.)

Mike Towers (Puerto Rico)

Trance Farmers (New Orleans, LA.)

Trub (Memphis, TN.)

Hailey Tuck (Austin)

Desi Valentine (London, England)

Vindata (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Jay Watts (Penns Grove, NJ.)

Wavedash (Austin)

Wild Throne (Bellingham, WA.)

Nicholas Wiliams [aka Trinidad James] (Atlanta, GA.)

Wiwek (Ijsselstein, Netherlands)

Wolfmother (Byron Bay, Australia)

Wynonna & the Big Noise (Nashville, TN.)

Xyloid (San Antonio)

Y2 (Austin)


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