Picks 2 Click

SXSW 2003

Picks 2 Click

Mouths are gonna hit the fan when the results of this year's Austin Chronicle Music Poll come out the night of the Austin Music Awards. The sea change in the local club scene is reflected in the face lift of "It" acts as voted by our readers. It's appropriate, then, that the Chronicle's picks of up-and-coming music acts playing SXSW 03 are also part and parcel of the new Austin paradigm. Times aren't just a-changing. They're being totally reinvented. Welcome.

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