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ATX6 Makes It to Asia and Back All in One Piece
Anyone who knows me knows I’m an open book, especially when it comes to challenges and anxieties. This didn’t manifest until a series of traumatic events changed my life nine years ago, causing PTSD that I’ve been recovering and healing from thanks to my musical outlet, Moving Panoramas.

4:20PM Wed. Mar. 11, Leslie Sisson Read More | Comment »

Post Malone Loosens Fireworks Fit for the Fourth of July on the Erwin Center
“Hello, my name is Austin Richard Post and I’m here to play shitty music and get fucked up,” announced Post Malone with a Bud Light-branded cup in hand. COVID-19 failed to deter the adopted Texan, and his devout following matched him virtually word for word and line by line as he performed before a seemingly sold-out Frank Erwin Center on Tuesday evening.

1:15PM Wed. Mar. 11, Derek Udensi Read More | Comment »

SXSW Lays Off Some 50 Employees After Cancellation of 2020 Festival
South by Southwest laid off about one-third of its staff, around 50 people, this afternoon. A senior employee at the organization, who only agreed to speak on the condition of anonymity, confirmed the layoffs to the Chronicle in the dinnertime hour.

7:30PM Mon. Mar. 9, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Austin Music Awards Open Balcony Tickets to Benefit Local Music Community
In light of the city shutting down South by Southwest over coronavirus concerns, the Austin Music Awards and ACL Live/Stratus Properties have partnered to raise funds for the local music community.

11:20AM Mon. Mar. 9, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

SXSW Cancellation “Devastating” for Austin’s Grassroots Music Businesses
Even before news of South by Southwest’s cancellation broke, Rock n Roll Rentals owner Jim Norman instituted protocol to protect employees and customers at his music gear rental facility from the coronavirus.

10:04PM Fri. Mar. 6, Kevin Curtin and Rachel Rascoe Read More | Comment »

Pike & Sutton Reunite for Duo LP Whose First Video Gets You “High”
Prepare to enter a West African expanse as djembe rhythms and delayed flourishes flow downstream in the beginning accents to Pike & Sutton’s new single, “Let the Music Get You High.” Count in the split-second splash of the hi-hat and on cue Patrice Pike sings, “I put down that needle in the vinyl groove/ And the house was filled with a song so good.”

12:35PM Fri. Mar. 6, Alejandra Ramirez Read More | Comment »

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Watch: the Expressive Finger Choreography of Whit’s New Video
Hands, they’re one of the most emotionally versatile parts of our bodies. They can slap you down or pick you up. They can give and they can steal. With them, we express: drawing, playing instruments, flipping someone off. Perhaps that’s why they call them extremities.

9:05AM Fri. Mar. 6, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

SXSW Drops Final Artist List
South by Southwest issued its ninth – and final – artist list this morning, featuring post-punk poets Protomartyr, dream-pop duo Phantogram, and Detroit MC TeeJayx6, who uses music as a platform for teaching people how to make money from online scams. Someone get him on an SXSW Interactive panel, stat!

10:00AM Thu. Mar. 5, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Hair of the 3-Legged Dog SXSW Day Party Lineup Announced
Until the city says otherwise, the Chronicle’s day party is still on.
As revealed by the trippy and drippy flyer appearing in our print edition today, the Chronicle’s day party for SXSW 2020 has taken shape.

9:00AM Thu. Mar. 5, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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