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Musicians Demand Fair Compensation From SXSW at Convention Center Rally
In 2022, South by Southwest generated $280.7 million in economic benefit to Austin.

10:13AM Fri. Mar. 17, Lina Fisher Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music 2023: The Best Things We Saw on Wednesday
From legacy Texas songwriters to New Order’s keynote insights, the Chronicle music team’s Wednesday sightings at South by Southwest Music 2023 stretched from South Congress to campus-area Hole in the Wall and beyond.

11:06AM Thu. Mar. 16, Julian Towers, Nayeli Portillo, Raoul Hernandez, Abby Johnston, Chad Swiatecki, Wayne Lim, Katie Karp, Doug Freeman, Kevin Curtin, Dan Gentile and Angela Lim Read More | Comment »

Jazz Re:Freshed Outernational Opens Expansive Genre Umbrella at SXSW
Alto-saxophonist Marcus Joseph was the perfect opener for the annual Jazz Re:Freshed Outernational showcase, and not just because he has pop star charisma.

9:36AM Thu. Mar. 16, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

Dreaming With Elephant Gym, 9m88, and LÜCY at SXSW’s Taiwan Beats Showcase
From breathy, echoing vocals washed in flanging riffs and seashore percussion, to a moving speech celebrating dreamers, the Tuesday night Taiwan Beats showcase at Elysium was a kaleidoscopic dream come true for both artists and fans, after two years gone virtual.

12:40PM Wed. Mar. 15, Wayne Lim Read More | Comment »

Dreaming With Elephant Gym, 9m88, and LÜCY at SXSW’s Taiwan Beats Showcase
SXSW Music 2023: The Best Things We Saw on Tuesday
Day two of South by Southwest Music fired on all cylinders, with long lines reappearing on Red River Street and beyond for booking agent- and genre-themed showcases alike.

12:15PM Wed. Mar. 15, Nayeli Portillo, Dan Gentile, Michael Toland, Doug Freeman, Christina Garcia, Raoul Hernandez, Angela Lim, Julian Towers and Kriss Conklin Read More | Comment »

Tuesday SXSW Music Sessions: Indigo Girls & Susan Rogers
In two Tuesday morning South by Southwest sessions, music industry veterans Indigo Girls and Susan Rogers explored how activism and brain chemistry, respectively, informed their work.

11:01AM Wed. Mar. 15, Doug Freeman and Christina Garcia Read More | Comment »

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DAWA’s Unity Concert Brings Together Austin’s Rising BIPOC-Led Acts
There’s no way the crowd assembled at Stubb’s on Tuesday night – at its peak certainly north of 1,000 – could have come away from the evening unclear about the intent of the showcase that blended hip-hop, Latin pop and psychedelia, soul, and goth rock from Austin-based acts.

9:36AM Wed. Mar. 15, Chad Swiatecki Read More | Comment »

A Car Accident In Front of Hole in the Wall Injured an Employee Monday Night
A two car collision at the intersection of Guadalupe and Dean Keaton sent one vehicle careening up the sidewalk in front of the Hole in the Wall Monday night, pinning the venue’s door attendant under the vehicle.

3:23PM Tue. Mar. 14, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

The Best Music We’ve Seen So Far at SXSW 2023
Though South by Southwest Music officially started yesterday, the Chronicle music team, as usual, spent the weekend sniffing out visiting stars and local standouts alike. Offerings ramped up Monday with the kickoff to the Festival’s musical programming, packing SUSU, Armani White, Michigander, and more.

11:16AM Tue. Mar. 14, Kevin Curtin, Carys Anderson, Kriss Conklin, Rachel Rascoe, Katie Karp, Christina Garcia and Wayne Lim Read More | Comment »

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