SXSW Music List No. 3

Dead Meadow, Sad13, Cindy Wilson, Lizzo, Boogarins, and 494 others

Now two months way, South by Southwest Music released its largest block of bands to date this morning. The new batch of 498 acts includes psychedelic stoner trio Dead Meadow, rising Minneapolis singer/rapper Lizzo, B-52’s singer Cindy Wilson, and Sad13, pop project of Speedy Ortiz frontwoman Sadie Dupuis.

Lizzo at the first weekend of ACL Fest, Oct. 2, 2016 (Photo by David Brendan Hall)

The lengthy artist list, primarily featuring up-and-coming talent, accounts for roughly a quarter of what will ultimately be around 2,000 showcasing hopefuls in Austin, March 10-19. Other notables include Houston rapper Trae Tha Truth, Weezer guitarist Brian Bell’s the Relationship, Philly piano punchers Low Cut Connie, lighthearted MCs Turquoise Jeep, and Zipper Club, a new band led by Lissie Trulie and Cerebral Ballzy’s Mason James. Also descending locally: Birmingham boogie garage gang Banditos, evil hip-hop crew Ho99o9, L.A. rockers Warbly Jets, SX alt-country perennials Waco Brothers, unconventional rhymer Open Mike Eagle, reformed Denton acid punks Brutal Juice, Kentucky punks White Reaper, veteran NYC singer-songwriter Garland Jeffreys, Denver rock trio the Yawpers, and the young Maggie Rogers, a musical unknown until she blew Pharrell’s mind with her post-modern electronic folk music.

Today’s band bulletin also boasts a heavy dose of international artists. The U.K. contributes 30 including chillwave breakout Chad Valley, female punk trio Skinny Girl Diet, and the artsy electro pop of Japanese House. Canada exports 25 led by Nicole Dollanganger, the first artist signed to Grimes’ cooperative Eerie Organization. Also filling out foreign work visas: Brazilian psych tribe Boogarins, budding Swedish pop star Skott, South Korean garage rockers Galaxy Express, Argentina’s fuzzed-out New Wave trio Las Kellies, eclectic Japanese punks Otoboke Beaver, and K-pop star Hyolyn, an offshoot of the popular Korean girl-group Sistar.

Forty-three Austin artists were also added, among them blues/folk/metal hellraiser Scott H. Biram, funky dance-floor surrealists Capyac, grungy rock trio Hundred Visions, one-man pop machine Mobley, dark indie rockers My Jerusalem, and songwriter Molly Burch, who was recently singed by Captured Tracks. The 512 also yields A-Town Get Down, Bee Caves, Analee Cantu, Chamothy the Great, Chasca, Chill Russell, Churchwood, Scott Collins, Cornerstone, Darkbird, the Digital Wild, DJ Grip, Dre Prince, Dual Core, Edison Chair, Charlie Faye & the Fayettes, Ghost Wolves, Hunter Sharpe, James Junius, Leopold & His Fiction, Los Coast, RG Lowe, Danny Malone, Mike Melinoe, MykeJay, Night Beats, Otis the Destroyer, Saul Paul, Peelander-Z, Curtis Roush, Soaked, James Stevens, Ugly Beats, Victorious, White Label Analog, and the Wild Now.

By our count, SXSW’s running total currently stands at 860 acts, so there’s still a ton yet to come. Expect announcements more frequently over the next eight weeks. Here’s today’s full list:

A-Town GetDown (Austin)

The Academic (Mullingar, Ireland)

Acid Tongue (Seattle, WA.)

Adele H (Bergamo, Italy)

Lydia Ainsworth (Toronto, Canada)

Airways (Peterborough, England)

Alcolirykoz (Medellín, Colombia)

All Our Exes Live in Texas (Newtown, Australia)

All We Are (Liverpool, England)

Altocamet (Mar Del Plata, Argentina)

Analog IX (Fukuoka-Shi, Japan)

Marisa Anderson (Portland, OR.)

Apache (San Francisco, Calif.)

Arco (Granada, Spain)

Ariana & the Rose (New York, NY.)

Arise Roots (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Jor’Dan Armstrong (Atlanta, GA.)

Ask Carol (Oslo, Norway)

Nicole Atkins (Nashville, TN.)

Atlántico House Caribe (Bogotá, Colombia)

Au/Ra (Saint Paul, Antigua & Barbuda)

Autoramas (Rio De Janeiro, Brazil)

Cameron Avery (Perth, Australia)

Bad Pop (Vancouver, Canada)

Lizi Bailey (Atlanta, GA.)

Baked (Brooklyn, NY.)

Balún (Brooklyn, NY.)

Banditos (Birmingham, AL.)

Jacob Banks (Birmingham, England)

Sho Baraka (Atlanta, GA.)

The Bastards of Fate (Roanoke, VA.)

The Bay Rays (Tunbridge Wells, England)

Bobby Bazini (Mont-Laurier, Canada)

BdotCroc & DJ Keezy (Minneapolis, MN.)

Bee Caves (Austin)

Belle Game (Vancouver, Canada)

Best Fern (Montreal, Canada)

Big Al Cherry (Monroe, LA.)

Big Moon (London, England)

Big Thief (Brooklyn, NY.)

Scott H. Biram (Austin)

Birds of Olympus (Wicklow, Ireland)

Birthday (Oakland, Calif.)

Birthday Club (Houston)

Black Rheno (Sydney, Australia)

Blac Youngsta (Memphis, TN.)

Tiano Bless & One Family Band (Santiago, Chile)

Blueprint Blue (London, England)

Kadhja Bonet (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Boogarins (Goiânia, Brazil)

Borchi y Su Doble Redoble (Mexico City, Mexico)

Brass Street Boys (Coyoacán, Mexico)

Beth Brown (Newcastle, Australia)

Brutal Juice (Denton)

Molly Burch (Austin)

Eshon Burgundy (Philadelphia, PA.)

Louise Burns (Vancouver, Canada)

Adrion Butler (Dallas)

Caballeros del Plan G (Gómez Palacio, Mexico)

Josiah Caleb (Dallas)

Analee Cantu (Austin)

Capela (São Paulo, Brazil)

Capyac (Austin)

Carpenter Brut (Poitiers, France)

Cary the Dreamer (Miami, FL.)

Casi (Bangor, Wales)

Castlecomer (Sydney, Australia)

Castro (Dallas)

Nyck Caution (Brooklyn, NY.)

Chad Valley (Oxford, England)

Chai (Nagoya, Japan)

Chain Gang of 1974 (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Chamothy the Great (Austin)

Chasca (San Marcos)

Chill Russell (Austin)

Christina (Shreveport, LA.)

Stef Chura (Detroit, MI.)

Churchwood (Austin)

Cloud Castle Lake (Dublin, Ireland)

Cat Clyde (London, Canada)

Co/ntry (Montréal, Canada)

Brent Cobb (Ellaville, GA.)

The Coconut Kids (Adelaide, Australia)

Coely (Antwerp, Belgium)

Sam Coffey & the Iron Lungs (Toronto, Canada)

Aaron Cole (Bristol, VA.)

Jacob Collier (London, England)

Scott Collins (Austin)

Coma Pony (Chihuahua, Mexico)

Andrew Combs (Nashville, TN.)

Cornerstone (Austin)

Coucheron (Sandvika, Norway)

Martin Creed (London, England)

Alex Cuba (Artemisa, Cuba)

Buck Curran (Lewiston, ME.)

Cuyo (Taos, NM.)

Da Chick (Lisbon, Portugal)

Sturle Dagsland (Stavanger, Norway)

The Darcys (Toronto, Canada)

Tim Darcy (Montreal, Canada)

Darkbird (Austin)

Darling West (Oslo, Norway)

Dead Meadow (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Dear Boy (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Jared Deck (Weatherford, OK.)

De Osos (Mexico City, Mexico)

The Deslondes (New Orleans, LA.)

Dezorah (McAllen)

The Digital Wild (Austin)

Distractor (Costa Mesa, Calif.)

The Districts (Philadelphia, PA.)

Divine Council (Richmond, VA./Chicago, IL.)

Michael Dixon (Houston)

DJ Grip (Austin)

DJ Heat (Newark, NJ.)

DJ Overcomer (Dallas)

DJ RayRay (Taipei, Taiwan)

DJ Ride (Lisbon, Portugal)

DJ RS (Tokyo, Japan)

Doeman (Houston)

Nicole Dollanganger (Toronto, Canada)

The Dove & the Wolf (Philadelphia, PA.)

Dre Prince (Austin)

The Drummies (Dallas)

DTCV (Columbus, OH.)

Dual Core (Austin)

Duchess Says (Montréal, Canada)

Duotang (Winnipeg, Canada)

E. Calloway (Dallas)

Echopark (Lecce, Italy)

Ecstatic Vision (Philadelphia, PA.)

Edison Chair (Austin)

Misty Edwards (Andrews)

El B (Miami, FL.)

Russell Elliot (Brooklyn, NY.)

The Elliotts (Melbourne, Australia)

Elsz (Sydney, Australia)

Embrz (Dublin, Ireland)

Mary Epworth (Bishop’s Stortford, England)

Ese Perro (Villa Lugano, Argentina)

Eureka California (Athens, GA.)

5ive (Earth)

Raul Facio (El Paso)

A.S. Fanning (Dublin, Ireland)

Farida (Gjøvik, Norway)

Farro (Franklin, TN.)

Fat Tony (Houston)

Fauna Shade (Everett, WA.)

Faux Ferocious (Nashville, TN.)

Charlie Faye & the Fayettes (Austin)

Feather Trade (Athens, GA.)

Feeder (London, England)

Joshua Feuerstein (Phoenix, AZ.)

Field Trip (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Fifi Rong (London, England)

Fingerfingerrr (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Five Eight (Athens, GA.)

Fizzy Blood (Leeds, England)

Food Court (Sydney, Australia)

Forecast in Rome (Mexico City, Mexico)

Foreign Air (Charlotte, NC.)

Forever (Montreal, Canada)

Joey Fourr (London, England)

F.r.e.e. (San Antonio)

Helen Fry (Berlin, Germany)

Fuzon (Karachi, Pakistan)

Galaxy Express (Seoul, South Korea)

Gabriel Garzón-Montano (New York, NY.)

Ggoolldd (Milwaukee, WI.)

Ghost Wolves (Austin)

Ghxst (Brooklyn, NY.)

Gizzle (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Glockabelle (New York, NY.)

Gold Connections (Charlottesville, VA.)

Goldilox (Paris, France)

Goldlink (Washington, D.C.)

Gonzalla (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Greeting Committee (Kansas City, KS.)

Grounders (Toronto, Canada)

Grubby Little Hands (Philadelphia, PA.)

GS (Houston)

Guadaloops (Mexico City, Mexico)

Guantanamo Baywatch (Portland, OR.)

Skylar Gudasz (Durham, NC.)

Gymshorts (Providence, RI.)

Clareta Haddon (Detroit, MI.)

Ha Ha Tonka (Springfield, MO.)

Hanato Chiruran (Tokyo, Japan)

Happy Meals (Glasgow, Scotland)

Hawai (Dana Point, Calif.)

Hello Nico (Taipei, Taiwan)

Navelle Hice (Chester, PA.)

High Curbs (Chino, Calif.)

High Waisted (New York, NY.)

Hippo Campus (Woodbury, MN.)

Ho99o9 (Newark, Calif.)

Enrique Holmes (Atlanta, GA.)

Holy Bouncer (Barcelona, Spain)

House of Kenzo (San Antonio)

David Howald (Vienna, Austria)

Hugh (London, England)

Humboldt (Valparaíso, Chile)

Hundred Visions (Austin)

Hunter Sharpe (Austin)

Hxlt (Chicago, IL.)

Hyolyn (Seoul, South Korea)

I.D.A.L.G. (Montréal, Canada)

Idle Bloom (Nashville, TN.)

Jamie Isaac (London, England)

Izal (Madrid, Spain)

Jackal Onasis (Brooklyn, NY.)

Jade Eyes (Taipei, Taiwan)

Jahkoy (Toronto, Canada)

The Japanese House (London, England)

Japanese Wallpaper (Melbourne, Australia)

Jaranatambo (Bogota, Colombia)

Jealous of the Birds (Portadown, N. Ireland)

Garland Jeffreys (New York, NY.)

Jigsaw Seen (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Jjuujjuu (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Joecephus & the George Jonestown Massacre (Memphis, TN.)

Sean C. Johnson (Oklahoma City, OK.)

Duquette Johnston (Birmingham, AL.)

Json (St Louis, MO.)

James Junius (Austin)

Kakkmaddafakka (Bergen, Norway)

Kap G (College Park, GA.)

KeithCharles (Tampa, FL.)

Madeline Kenney (Oakland, Calif.)

Kimokal (Jakarta, Indonesia)

King Henry (Los Angeles, Calif.)

King Raam (Tehran, Iran)

Joshua Kirksey (St Louis, MO.)

Kite (Stockholm, Sweden)

Kirk Knight (Brooklyn, NY.)

Knox Hamilton (Little Rock KS)

Martin Kohlstedt (Weimar, Germany)

Koi Child (Fremantle, WA.)

Kream (Bergen, Norway)

Janelle Kroll (New York, NY.)

Kultama (Madrid, Spain)

La Beriso (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Lady Legs (Birmingham, AL.)

Las Kellies (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

La Vida Boheme (Caracas, Venezuela)

Megan Lee (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Leoncarlo (Denton)

Leopold & His Fiction (Austin)

Les Sueques (Barcelona, Spain)

Lightcraft (South Jakarta, Indonesia)

Lights On Ceres (Nogales, Mexico)

Lígula (Valencia, Spain)

Lilly Among Clouds (Würzburg, Germany)

Linying (Singapore, Singapore)

Lisa/Liza (Portland, ME.)

Lisa Prank (Seattle, WA.)

Lista de Lily (Brasília, Brazil)

Little Hurricane (San Diego, Calif.)

Lizzo (Minneapolis, MN.)

Loah (Dublin, Ireland)

Locos Por Juana (Miami, FL.)

Christian Löffler (Greifswald, Germany)

Long Beard (New Brunswick, NJ.)

Lords of Fuzz (Denver, CO.)

Los Bengala (Zaragoza, Spain)

Los Coast (Austin)

Los Wilds (Madrid, Spain)

Low Cut Connie (Philadelphia, PA.)

RG Lowe (Austin)

Magaly Fields (Santiago, Chile)

Magic Island (Berlin, Germany)

Maglore (Salvador, Brazil)

Tkay Maidza (Adelaide, Australia)

Mako (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Danny Malone (Austin)

Manast LL’ (Semoy, France)

Manatee Commune (Seattle, WA.)

Calvin Martyr (Killeen)

Mastersons (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Matzka (Taitung, Taiwan)

Max de Castro (São Paulo, Brazil)

Sean McConnell (Nashville, TN.)

MC Lars (Oakland, Calif.)

Harvey McLaughlin (San Antonio)

Albin Lee Meldau (Gothenburg, Sweden)

Mike Melinoe (Austin)

Me Not You (New York, NY.)

Menwhopause (New Delhi, India)

Merchandise (Tampa, FL.)

Anna Meredith (London, England)

Jeremy Messersmith (Minneapolis, MN.)

Messiah Muzic Ministries (Louisiana, LA.)

Mexican Juligans (Mexico City, Mexico)

Miami Mami (Monterrey, Mexico)

Mich (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Michigan Rattlers (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Michl (Riverside, Calif.)

Milkywhale (Reykjavík, Iceland)

Parker Millsap (Purcell, OK.)

Mobley (Austin)

Gene Moore (Houston)

R. Stevie Moore & Jason Falkner (Nashville, TN.)

Lisa Morales (San Antonio)

Mora Lucay (Valparaíso, Chile)

Morgxn (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Moullinex (Lisbon, Portugal)

Mouthe (Gothenburg, Sweden)

Musclebeach (Denver, CO.)

Muuy Biien (Athens, GA.)

My Jerusalem (Austin)

Mykejay (Austin)

Nate the Beatbreaker Robinson (Houston)

Native Daughters (Denver, CO.)

Necropanther (Denver, CO.)

Ne-hi (Chicago, IL.)

Barbara Nesbitt (Austin)

Night Beats (Austin)

Nightmare Air (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Ninet (Tel Aviv, Israel)

Noia (Barcelona, Spain)

Nvdes (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Ocean Park Standoff (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Oginalii (Nashville, TN.)

Okills (Mexico City, Mexico)

Open Mike Eagle (Chicago, IL.)

Otis the Destroyer (Austin)

Otoboke Beaver (Kyoto, Japan)

Ovlov (Newtown, CT.)

Panteón Rococó (Cdmx, Mexico)

:Papercutz (Porto, Portugal)

The Paranoyds (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Parker Lane (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Partybaby (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Corey Paul (Houston)

Saul Paul (Austin)

Pavvla (Barcelona, Spain)

Peelander-Z (Austin)

Phone Call (Portland, OR.)

Picture This (Athy, Ireland)

Pile (Boston, MA.)

Pill (Brooklyn, NY.)

Pizza Time (Denver, CO.)

The Place (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Planeta No (Santiago, Chile)

Planet Booty (Oakland, Calif.)

Plastic Daggers (Denver, CO.)

Plastic Flowers (London, England)

Platinum Boys (Milwaukee, WI.)

Pleasure 2 (Houston)

Polaroid (Bologna, Italy)

Melissa Polinar (Fort Worth)

Port Juvee (Calgary, Canada)

Protistas (Santiago De Chile, Chile)

Psalmist Raine (Chicago, IL.)

Qty (New York, NY.)

Quiet Kids (Mcallen)

Rainbow Kitten Surprise (Boone, NC.)

Rajitheone (Minneapolis, MN.)

Rascasuelos (Buenos Aires, Argentina)

Porter Ray (Seattle, WA.)

The Regrettes (Los Angeles, Calif.)

The Relationship (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Repeat Repeat (Nashville, TN.)

Resound (Richmond, VA.)

RF Shannon (Marfa)

Rig 1 (Omaha, NE.)

Rizzoo Rizzoo (Houston)

R.lum.r (Nashville, TN.)

Rob $tone (San Diego, Calif.)

Maggie Rogers (Brooklyn, NY.)

The Romantic Comedy (New York, NY.)

Caroline Rose (Burlington, VT.)

Roses Gabor (Chelsea, England)

Lawrence Rothman (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Curtis Roush (Austin)

Gabriel Royal (New York, NY.)

Rude Kid (London, England)

The Rumjacks (Marrickville, Australia)

Run River North (San Fernando Valley, Calif.)

Ryan Playground (Montreal, Canada)

Sad13 (Philadelphia, PA.)

Ságan (Bogota, Colombia)

Saint Jhn (New York, NY.)

Saint Leonard’s Horses (London, England)

Saint Pé (Nashville, TN.)

Salt Cathedral (Brooklyn, NY.)

The Sandinistas (Tredegar, Wales)

San Holo (Zoetermeer, Netherlands)

Sassyblack (Seattle, WA.)

Satellite Young (Tokyo, Japan)

Alexandra Savior (Portland, OR.)

Savoy Motel (Nashville, TN.)

Seckond Chaynce (Tampa, FL.)

Serko Fu Gómez (Palacio, Mexico)

Sexores (Quito, Ecuador)

The Shanks (Mono, Canada)

She Drew the Gun (Bebington, England)

ShySpeaks (Dallas)

Sianspheric (Hamilton, Canada)

Sick Morrison (Monterrey, Mexico)

Silences (Armagh, N. Ireland)

Sinistarr (Detroit, MI.)

Skinny Cooks (Dallas)

Skinny Girl Diet (London, England)

Skott (Stockholm, Sweden)

Eric Slick (Philadelphia, PA.)

Slick Shoota (Oslo, Norway)

The Sloths (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Slow Dancer (Melbourne, Australia)

Slow Leaves (Winnipeg, Canada)

Slow Steve (Berlin, Germany)

Slum Sociable (Melbourne, Australia)

Smino (St Louis, MO.)

Caroline Smith (Minneapolis, MN.)

Soaked (Austin)

Someone Who Isn’t Me (Athens, Greece)

Jay Som (Oakland, Calif.)

Son Fino (Mexico City, Mexico)

Sosamann (Houston)

Soviet Soviet (Pesaro, Italy)

Daniel Spaleniak (Łódź, Poland)

Spinning Coin (Glasgow, Scotland)

Splashh (London, England)

Square Peg Round Hole (Philadelphia, PA.)

Starley (Sydney, Australia)

Christopher Paul Stelling (Brooklyn, NY.)

James Stevens (Austin)

Stove (Newtown, CT.)

Will Stratton (Beacon, NY.)

Suburban Living (Philadelphia, PA.)

Sulfur (Charlotte, NC.)

Summer Cannibals (Portland, OR.)

Sundara Karma (Reading, England)

Sunset Rollercoaster (Taipei, Taiwan)

Luke Sweeney (San Francisco, Calif.)

Sykes (London, England)

Tall Friend (Philadelphia, PA.)

Tennis System (Los Angeles, Calif.)

That Poppy (The Internet, TN.)

The Howlin Brothers (Nashville, TN.)

Thirdstory (New York, NY.)

Jaye Thomas (Kansas City, MO.)

Throes + the Shine (Porto, Portugal)

Tokyo Chaotic!!! (Tokyo, Japan)

Totally Mild (Melbourne, Australia)

Toti (São Paulo, Brazil)

Toundra (Madrid, Spain)

AJ Tracey (London, England)

Trae Tha Truth (Houston)

Trapo (Madison, WI.)

Trees & the Wild (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Bryann Trejo (Corpus Christi)

Trementina (Santiago, Chile)

Tristan Peace (Watsontown, PA.)

Troker (Guadalajara, Mexico)

T Strike (Ocilla, FL.)

Turbo Goth (New York, NY.)

Turquoise Jeep (Atlanta, GA.)

Tuvaband (Oslo, Norway)

The Ugly Beats (Austin)

Vagabon (New York, NY.)

Ryan Vail (Derry, N. Ireland)

Vakero (San Pedro De Macoris, Dominican Republic)

The Van T’s (Glasgow, Scotland)

The Velveteins (Edmonton, Canada)

VHS Collection (New York, NY.)

Victoria “La Mala” (Mexico City, Mexico)

Victorious (Austin)

Vryll Society (Liverpool, England)

Waco Brothers (Chicago, IL.)

The Walkings (Tokyo, Japan)

Warbly Jets (Los Angeles, Calif.)

Johanna Warren (Portland, OR.)

We Bless This Mess (Porto, Portugal)

The Weeks (Nashville, TN.)

Tim Wheatley (Melbourne, Australia)

The Whistles & the Bells (Nashville, TN.)

White Label Analog (Austin)

White Mystery (Chicago, IL.)

White Reaper (Louisville, KY.)

Wild (Los Angeles, Calif.)

The Wild Now (Austin)

Wild Rivers (Toronto, Canada)

Wisln (Melbourne, Australia)

Cindy Wilson [of B-52s] (Athens, GA.)

Wndr (Oslo, Norway)

Womps (Glasgow, Scotland)

Wonfu (Taipei, Taiwan)

Woodes (Melbourne, Australia)

Wray (Birmingham, AL.)

Xinobi (Lisbon, Portugal)

Yawpers (Denver, CO.)

Yfn Lucci (Atlanta, GA.)

Young Mister (Asheville, NC.)

Youngr (London, England)

Sui Zhen (Melbourne, Australia)

Zipper Club (Los Angeles, Calif.)

∑tella (Athens, Greece)

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