SXSW Adds Glass Animals, Girlpool & Black Lips

Artist roster expands by 162 acts

Three weeks out and South by Southwest’s Music festival is coming into focus. Schedules emerged, day party lineups are announcing hourly, and most of the 1,500-plus performers have been revealed.

The Black Lips at Barracuda this past December (Photo by David Brendan Hall)

Today’s artist list adds British trip-pop quartet Glass Animals, Atlanta garage favorites Black Lips, indie rock trio Girlpool, and Austin musical maniacs White Denim. Oakland club DJ 8ulentina also jumps onto the SXSW roster, as does Australian dance pop singer Betty Who, German feminist art pop ensemble Chicks on Speed, and Houston rap staple Kirko Bangz.

Veteran turntablist and Beat Junkie J.Rocc stacks with top-shelf producers Peanut Butter Wolf and Mndsgn. California’s Aquadolls ride beachy garage rock, while “Stolen Dance” hitmakers Milky Chance import acoustic guitar pop from Germany. Thao & the Get Down Stay Down have also joined festivities along with Aussie Goner Records singles Thigh Master and Mexican indie pop singer Carla Morrison, who helps lead the big, free Selena tribute on March 21.

Locally, A Giant Dog, Jackie Venson, Band of Heathens, and Ringo Deathstarr get in on the March madness, as do favorites from Austin’s vibrant queer scene p1nkstar and Y2K. Other homegrown talent on today’s bulletin include:

Ben Buck, Chorizo Funk, Corduroi, Cupcake, Daphne Tunes, Dominican Jay, Dorio, Dreamgoth, Flite, Flora & Fawna, Freequency, Hermajestie, Iayd, Jake Lloyd, Jon Dee Graham, JU4N, Kingsinatra, Kuniklo Collective, Lady Grackle, Liz Dexia, Mouthfeel, Noodles, Pala, Papi Churro, Purple~Matter, Rhonda Jewels, Rosalind Hussell, Shreddward, Son Fjord, Sriracha, Swimming With Bears, and Warm Star.

Revisit last week’s reveal, then peruse the full rundown of today’s announcement:

070 Shake (North Bergen, NJ.)

Adela (Atlanta, GA.)

A Giant Dog (Austin)

Ajax Stacks (Grand Rapids, MI.)

American Grime (Miami, FL.)

Andie Flores (San Antonio)

Ansible (Austin)

Aquadolls (Los Angeles, CA.)

Artz (Brooklyn, NY.)

Ase Manual (Newark, NJ.)

Auragraph (Los Angeles, CA.)

Azjah (Compton, CA.)

Baby Kahlo (Baltimore, MD.)

Band of Heathens (Austin)

Bankreaux (Atlanta, GA.)

Ben Buck (Austin)

Ben Hixon (Dallas)

Betty Who (Los Angeles, CA.)

Black Lips (Atlanta, GA.)

Blivet (Trabuco Canyon, CA.)

Bottoms (Brooklyn, NY.)

Bradley Zero (London, England)

8ulentina (Oakland, CA.)

Bulimianne Rhapsody (Austin)

Capolow (Oakland, CA.)

Carla Morrison (Tecate, Mexico)

Chicks on Speed (Hamburg, Germany)

Chorizo Funk (Austin)

Chubby Carrier & the Bayou Swamp Band (Lafayette, LA.)

Corduroi (Austin)

Craigy F (Los Angeles, CA.)

Cupcake (Austin)

Cut_ (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Dama Nilz (Brooklyn, NY.)

Daphne Tunes (Austin)

Dash Flash (New York, NY.)

Dead Horses (Milwaukee, WI.)

Dead Posey (Los Angeles, CA.)

Diamond Dior Davenport (Austin)

DJ Basskids (Seattle, WA.)

DJ Jro (Austin)

DJ King Mike (San Antonio)

DJ Tygga Ty (Rochester, NY.)

DJ Yohiness (Seattle, WA.)

Dominican Jay (Austin)

Dorio (Austin)

Dot Cromwell (Philadelphia, PA.)

Doughbeezy (Houston)

Dreamgoth (Austin)

Ebenezer (London, England)

Eclipse Darkness (Dallas)

Eliza Legzdina (Jurmala, Latvia)

Esa Mi Pau (Mexico City, Mexico)

Exbats (Bisbee, AZ.)

Falz (Lagos, Nigeria)

Fee Lion (Chicago, IL.)

Flite (Austin)

Flora & Fawna (Austin)

Freequency (Austin)

Frontier Folk Nebraska (Cincinnati, OH.)

Gat$ (Tampa, FL.)

Girlpool (Los Angeles, CA.)

Greasy Hands (Baltimore, MD.)

Guapdad 4000 (Oakland, CA.)

Hermajestie (Austin)

Horrorchata (Brooklyn, NY.)

Hunni (New Britain, CT.)

Iayd (Austin)

Ice Cream (Toronto, Canada)

Ickarus (Jersey City, NJ.)

II Tone (Memphis, TN.)

J.Rocc (Los Angeles, CA.)

Jackie Venson (Austin)

The Jacks (Los Angeles, CA.)

Jake Lloyd (Austin)

João Brasil (Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)

John Carroll Kirby (Los Angeles, CA.)

Jon Dee Graham (Austin)

JU4N (Austin)

Kalen & Aslyn (Comer, GA.)

Kaywht (Memphis, TN.)

Kingsinatra (Austin)

Kirko Bangz (Houston)

Kishawn Jack (Jersey City, NJ.)

Koreatown Oddity (Los Angeles, CA.)

Krystall Poppin (El Paso)

Kuniklo Collective (Austin)

Lady Grackle (Austin)

Land of Talk (Montreal, Canada)

Lembra (San Juan, Puerto Rico)

Liz Dexia (Austin)

Llora (Dallas)

Lyons & Co. (Chicago, IL.)

Mara Connor (Los Angeles, CA.)

Mariachi Las Coronelas (Austin)

Marshall Law Band (Seattle, WA.)

Maude Latour (New York, NY.)

Mavi (Charlotte, NC.)

Michael Doucet et Lâcher Prise (Lafayette, LA.)

Mid^heaven (Austin)

Mikeysee (Long Island, NY.)

Milky Chance (Kassel, Germany)

Miss Shelton (Montreal, Canada)

Miss Taint (San Antonio)

Mndsgn (San Diego, CA.)

Mouthfeel (Austin)

Mt. Borracho (San Antonio)

Narrow Head (Houston)

New Natives Brass Band (Lafayette, LA.)

Nicotine (Houston)

Noodles (Austin)

Ojo (Austin)

Okay Kaya (New York, NY.)

Olmeca (Las Vegas, NV.)

p1nkstar (Tampico, Mexico)

Pala (Austin)

Papi Churro (Austin)

Peanut Butter Wolf (San Jose, CA.)

Penelope (New York, NY.)

Peyton (Houston)

The Philharmonik (Sacramento, CA.)

Pofsky (Ventura County, CA.)

Produca P (Washington, D.C.)

Purple~matter (Austin)

Rejoicer (Tel Aviv, Israel)

Revelries (Baton Rouge, LA.)

Rhonda Jewels (Austin)

Ringo Deathstarr (Austin)

Rosalind Hussell (Austin)

Ryder the Eagle (Toulouse, France)

Sheila O (Chicago, IL.)

Shreddward (Austin)

Sister Kate (79.5) (New York, NY.)

Sofia Portanet [DJ set] (Berlin, Germany)

Son Fjord (Austin)

Sriracha (Austin)

Stout (New Haven, CT.)

The Struts (Derby, England)

Student 1 (Inver Grove Heights, MN.)

Swamplifeterry (Leesville, LA.)

Swimming With Bears (Austin)

Tássia Reis (São Paulo, Brazil)

Teffler (Los Angeles, CA.)

Thao & the Get Down Stay Down (Oakland, CA.)

Thigh Master (Brisbane, Australia)

Thin Lear (Queens, NY.)

Tim Shiel (Melbourne, Australia)

Tizi (Montreal, Canada)

Torae (Brooklyn, NY.)

Travvyofficial (Rochester, NY.)

Troop Brand (Vicksburg, MS.)

TT the Artist (Baltimore, MD.)

Tyler Sjöström (Winfield, IL.)

Vacationer DJ set (Philadelphia, PA.)

Victoria La Mala (Los Angeles, CA.)

Warm Star (Austin)

White Denim (Austin)

Wiki (New York)

Wings Denied (Washington, D.C.)

Y2K (Austin)

Yuman (Rome, Italy)

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SXSW Music 2020, White Denim, Milky Chance, Black Lips, Carla Morrison, Glass Animals, Girlpool, A Giant Dog, Kirko Bangs, Chicks on Speed, Betty Who

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