Margo Price Leads New SXSW Talent List

Yung Baby Tate, Broncho, David Wax Museum, and 77 more added to the fest

Soulful country crossover star Margo Price has signed on to showcase at South by Southwest. Joining her on this week’s announcement are catchy cooing rockers Broncho, upbeat Mexo-Americana folk combo David Wax Museum, and ATL pussy power rapper Yung Baby Tate.

Margo Price at Willie Nelson’s Picnic at Circuit of the Americas in 2018 (Photo by Gary Miller)

Jesse Colin Young, author of the Youngbloods’ eternal Sixties anthem “Get Together” and “Darkness, Darkness,” which Robert Plant covered, also appears at SXSW’s Music week, March 16-22. So does lyrically dominant London rapper Shygirl, highly original Americana vocalist Sierra Ferrell, ultra-intelligent underground rapper Sammus, Australian pop act Banoffee, plus onetime Saturday Night Live bandleader G.E. Smith and multi-instrumentalist/singer LeRoy Bell debuting their new collaboration Stony Hill.

Also on deck for the March mega conference: Italian electronic swing act SwinGrowers, Atlanta rapper/singer Tony Velour, and Sweden-based reggaeton producer Talisto.

Meanwhile, Austin’s fertile scene continues to populate SX’s talent lists with artists both established and emerging. This week brings in Big Wy's Brass Band, Black Heart Saints, Blang, DJ Grip, DJ Shani, Headcrusher, Kathryn Legendre, Kay Odyssey, Mama Duke, Mélat, Otis the Destroyer, Paul Deemer Everybody, Ramesh, Robynn Shayne, Sam Houston & BLK Odyssy, Sara Landry, Stefon Osae, and Tru Lyrics.

Here’s the full rundown of this week's new additions:

Avalon Lurks (Santa Ana, CA.)

Avery Write (Sacramento, CA.)

Banoffee (Melbourne, Australia)

Bess Atwell (Brighton, England)

Big Wy’s Brass Band (Austin)

Black Heart Saints (Austin)

Blang (Austin)

Blaya (Lisbon, Portugal)

Broncho (Tulsa, OK.)

Caiine (Manchester, England)

Carl Stone (Los Angeles, CA.)

Carole & Tuesday (Tokyo, Japan)

Circuit des Yeux (Chicago, IL.)

Cody Brandell (Lafayette, LA.)

David Wax Museum (Charlottesville, VA.)

Diamond Platnumz (Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania)

DJ Bomb Jahlaam (Atlanta, GA.)

DJ Grip (Austin)

DJ Lita (Queens, NY.)

DJ Shani (Austin)

Doeman (Houston)

Drinker (Los Angeles, CA.)

Electric Mud (Fort Myers, FL.)

G.E. Smith & LeRoy Bell as Stony Hill (New York)

Girl Skin (Brooklyn, NY.)

Gloin (Toronto, Canada)

Gold Dime (Brooklyn, NY.)

Gunner & Smith (Saskatoon, Canada)

Hammered Satin (Los Angeles, CA.)

Haviah Mighty (Toronto, Canada)

Headcrusher (Austin)

Hopp (Los Angeles, CA.)

House of Lepore (San Antonio)

Hunt Sales Memorial (Austin)

Jack Freeman (Houston)

January Jane (New York)

Jazmen Safina (Durham, NC.)

Jesse Colin Young (Kealakekua, HI.)

Jonathan Ng (Seattle, WA.)

Josiah Johnson (Oakland, CA.)

Kashmere (Manchester, England)

Kathryn Legendre (Austin)

Kayla Diamond (Toronto, Canada)

Kay Odyssey (Austin)

Kentheman (Houston)

Loki (Austin)

Mama Duke (Austin)

Margo Price (Nashville, TN.)

Mbnel (Stockon, CA.)

MC Bravado (Baltimore, MD.)

MC Frontalot (Brooklyn, NY.)

Mélat (Austin)

Mia Gladstone (New York)

Michael Vincent Waller (New York)

Miesha & the Spanks (Calgary, Canada)

Otis the Destroyer (Austin)

Patio (New York)

Paul Deemer Everybody (Austin)

Principe Q (Corpus Christi)

Queendom (Atlanta, GA.)

Ramesh (Austin)

Robynn Shayne (Austin)

Sam Doores (New Orleans, LA.)

Sam Houston & BLK Odyssy (Austin)

Sammus (Ithaca, NY.)

Sara Landry (Austin)

Sean Nicholas Savage (Montreal, Canada)

Shygirl (London, England)

Sierra Ferrell (Charleston, WV.)

Stefon Osae (Austin)

Swingrowers (Palermo, Italy)

Talisto (Stockholm, Sweden)

TeawhYB (Green Bay, WI.)

Thee Idylls (Los Angeles, CA.)

Tony Velour (Atlanta, GA.)

Tru Lyrics (Austin)

Walks of Life (Los Angeles, CA.)

Wez Atlas (Tokyo, Japan)

Young Mister (Tryon, NC.)

Yung Baby Tate (Atlanta, GA.)

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