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SXSW Music Review: Ivy Sole
“My name is Ivy Sole and tonight I’m reppin’ Philly.” So announced the rapper astride Dirty Sixth on Monday night. The self-identified “Charlotte-born and raised, Philly-made” MC then put on a lightning 20-minute set that would have made the City of Brotherly Love hoot with iron pride.

10:59AM Tue. Mar. 13, Isabella Castro-Cota Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music Review: Terminal Mind
Don’t call it a comeback. Don’t even label it a reunion. Only frontman/leader Steve Marsh remains of this golden era ATX punk trio.

10:15AM Tue. Mar. 13, Tim Stegall Read More | Comment »

Shakey Graves’ SXSW Scavenger Hunt
“I’ve underestimated people. They’re destroying my challenges.” So told me an amazed Alejandro Rose-Garcia, better known as Shakey Graves, on Friday. “I forgot I’m dealing with human beings and that human beings are crazy.”

9:00AM Mon. Mar. 12, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Rodeo Austin: Your Guide to All the Bands, Barrel Racing, and Buckin' Broncs
Tap into your true Texan for some traditional Western rodeo entertainment. Rodeo Austin is back this Saturday, March 10, and runs until March 24 at the Travis County Expo Center.

11:00AM Sat. Mar. 10, Savannah Opre Read More | Comment »

SXSW Hit and Run Victim Gives Back
Mason Endres remembers very little about being hit by a drunk driver who plowed through late-night crowds on Red River during South by Southwest 2014. A concussion wiped out most of her memories from that evening.

2:00PM Fri. Mar. 9, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Auckland City Limits? Absolutely.
Two weeks before this year’s inaugural Sydney City Limits Festival late last month, Charles Attal felt confident about the first real “City Limits” push outside of Austin. He was also realistic in his expectations for the brand’s pair of new international festivals, SCL and Auckland City Limits.

12:50PM Fri. Mar. 9, Doug Freeman Read More | Comment »

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Max Richter Puts SXSW to Sleep
In his debut SXSW performance, classical polymath Max Richter loads into UT’s Bass Concert Hall on Monday, March 12, to perform Sleep, an eight-hour orchestral composition played overnight to an audience laying in actual beds. The 51-year-old Englishman detailed his own sleeping habits and more.

10:30AM Fri. Mar. 9, Dan Gentile Read More | Comment »

Roots & Friends Return to SXSW
For two years now, hip-hop’s greatest band, the Roots, have closed South by Southwest grandstanding almost four-hour sets stacked with a cavalcade of all-star guests. Announced this morning, the Philly crew slots in on Saturday, March 17, at Fair Market.

10:55AM Thu. Mar. 8, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Keith Urban Announces SXSW Show
Keith Urban was among the first names South by Southwest unveiled for the 2018 conference, way back in May, as a star speaker for their Music Culture & Stories track. Today, it’s been announced that the Australian pop country star will play Stubb’s on Friday, March 16.

10:00AM Thu. Mar. 8, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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