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SXSW Adds Glass Animals, Girlpool & Black Lips
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.

10:00AM Thu. Feb. 27, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

SXSW Announces Free Shows on Lady Bird Lake
South by Southwest unveiled its lineup this morning for the music festival’s largest annual series – the trio of free outdoor shows at Auditorium Shores. This year’s programming breaks down into pop, Americana/indie, and a Latin concert highlighting immigration support initiatives.

11:00AM Wed. Feb. 26, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Japanese Breakfast, José Feliciano Join SXSW
One month from now, South by Southwest unleashes Music week. As of this morning, that now includes indie favorite Japanese Breakfast, Nigerian pop breakout Mr Eazi, and Puerto Rican nylon-string guitar enchanter José Feliciano, who thus becomes the festival’s most iconic instrumentalist.

10:00AM Thu. Feb. 20, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

SXSW Taps Baby Rose, Heart Bones & Laundry Day
Two days after dropping a star-studded speaker roster, South by Southwest focuses back on the slow pour of their music talent pool. Highlighting today’s list: buzzing R&B voice Baby Rose, dramatic pop duo Heart Bones, and NYC quintet Laundry Day, who gun it hard in the indie boy band lane.

10:00AM Thu. Feb. 13, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Now Speaking at SXSW: Ozzy Osbourne, Trent Reznor, Janelle Monae
If we told you that a prince were coming to South by Southwest, you’d probably guess Harry. More exciting, the conference rolls out the red carpet for the Prince of Darkness, Ozzy Osbourne.

11:26AM Tue. Feb. 11, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

Margo Price Leads New SXSW Talent List
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.

10:00AM Thu. Feb. 6, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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SXSW Announces Midnighters, VR And More
So SXSW made its first announcement for film, so you've had your headliners and competition titles, with the normal array of talent and titles Now it's time to get dark, experimental, and immersive with today's wave of Midnighters, VR projects, and short bite stories.

2:00PM Wed. Feb. 5, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

SXSW Adds 105 Acts
Six weeks out from the music world descending upon Austin, South by Southwest continues to trickle out talent. Highlighting this week’s cull of acts are local psych rock revolutionaries the Black Angels, Minneapolis soul-pop showman Har Mar Superstar, and Paisley Underground vets the Dream Syndicate.

10:00AM Thu. Jan. 30, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

SXSW Accelerates Into Weekly Artist Lists
With South by Southwest Music week just 54 days away, the festival now shifts to weekly talent announcements. Today’s batch adds 111 emerging acts to the stack, including Seattle grunge-psych trio Naked Giants, Scottland pop twosome Saint Phnx, and Austin’s primal garage-punk blues duo Ghost Wolves.

10:00AM Thu. Jan. 23, Kevin Curtin Read More | Comment »

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