If there was any better way to start night two at SXSW than with a band that boasts an LP entitled "Free Drugs," well, we're stumped. We've got video below and slide shows galore, but start with dreamy rock like Dum Dum Girls or Avi Buffalo's sensual folk (above) and go from there...
Pete FreedmanLA's Local Natives offered up the finest set of SXSW's second day. The second day of SXSW 2010 proved quite the copious one--and, for this here showgoer, a fortunate one. Seemed every time I popped into a different venue, another band was just cuing up its set. In total, SXSW brought ... More >>
Patrick Michels Yelle turned her Emo's performance into an all-out dance party on Saturday night.Act: U-N-I, a backpacker hip-hop duo from Inglewood, California.Where: SpeakeasyWhat It Was Like: Stumbling into a nice surprise. There's a high energy feel and definite grittiness to U- ... More >>
The good, the bad and the crazy invade Austin
Did local bands make good at South By Southwest?
Comet sighting; Clumsy in Motown; Grand Street redubbed; Bar of Soap brings in road grime
With bands like these, who needs Austin anyway?
During South by Southwest, the harsh reality is always a free drink away
KNON fixture Roy Ashley bids a fiery farewell