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SXSW Music Review: Omar Apollo
Born Omar Velasco to Mexican parents who clawed their way into the United States, it’s no surprise that the soulfully psychedelic R&B musician now going by Omar Apollo loses all inhibition while performing.

11:20AM Thu. Mar. 14, 2019, Derek Udensi Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music Review: De La Soul/Black Pumas/Leikeli47
“Bulldozer, make room.” Those three words from Leikeli47’s “Tic Boom” served as a mandate. Get out of the way because this self-proclaimed “rockstar mixed with a ghetto chick” is about to blow. Clad in a sweatsuit, fur coat, and face mask, the Brooklyn rapper proved an absolute force of nature on “No Reload” and “Attitude.”

11:00AM Thu. Mar. 14, 2019, Thomas Fawcett Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music Review: Jazz Re:Freshed Showcase
Another thrilling Jazz Re:Freshed showcase of young Londoners followed in the footsteps of two previous SXSW showcases on Wednesday at the old Emo’s, now the Main. And as happened in 2017, drummer Yussef Dayes was denied Stateside entry. Not anyone’s fault except the current U.S. administration, but still a disappointment.

10:40AM Thu. Mar. 14, 2019, Michael Toland Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music Review: Moritz Simon Geist/Daniel Brandt
If robots are coming to replace you, Moritz Simon Geist is a creative oracle. Five small bots set up like high-tech dioramas on stage at Seven Grand on Wednesday “played” techno with Geist at the helm tinkering, but maybe tomorrow they’ll play you like a fiddle.

10:15AM Thu. Mar. 14, 2019, Christina Garcia Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music Review: Byrke Lou
Algorhythmist Byrke Lou sparks live code into audio at interfacing crossroads that remained a visual mystery. Intending to project the real-time scrolls of her woman-machine interactions, the Berlin physicist met her match in technical difficulties. Germany Music Night host Christopher Schrag thus implored the audience to “feel the code.”

9:30AM Thu. Mar. 14, 2019, Rick Weaver Read More | Comment »

SXSW Music Review: Laura Misch
“I didn’t know I’d be between disco and De La Soul,” apologized electronic jazz composer Laura Misch.

9:15AM Thu. Mar. 14, 2019, Dan Gentile Read More | Comment »

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SXSW VR Cinema: Mars Home Planet
You want to know what it’s like to experience this new virtual reality creation that started off as a collaboration between Hewlett-Packard and NVIDIA and swaths of artists and scientists and is now a ready-for-primetime presentation that’s 14 minutes long and at least as hi-res as the screen you’re reading this on.

8:00AM Thu. Mar. 14, 2019, Wayne Alan Brenner Read More | Comment »

SXSW Film Q&A: Robert Patrick and Amanda Crew are Tone-Deaf
Of all the great cultural battles in America today - over race, class, religion - the war between the generations, of boomers versus millennials, has inspired a thousand think piece editorials but not much cinema. So here comes the deliciously vicious Tone-Deaf to highlight that simmering conflict.

2:35PM Wed. Mar. 13, 2019, Richard Whittaker Read More | Comment »

SXSW Comedy: The Laugh Button Live!
Tuesday night Amy Miller hosted SXSW Comedy's The Laugh Button Live! with Gotham Comedy Club showcase, featuring comics Ian Edwards, Erin Foley, and Erik Griffin. They were joined by comedian Matt Braunger and surprise guest Kathy Griffin.

2:30PM Wed. Mar. 13, 2019, Ashley Moreno Read More | Comment »

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