Click the photo for an audio slideshow featuring Oxford Collapse, Tiny Vipers and Loney, Dear.
The City of Austin is full of greasy hair, backbeats and sticky fingers.
You can't throw a rock down the street without hitting a bass player or his/her handler pimping a set later this week. I was in line for a belly of meat, bread and onions when a I was accosted by a member of The Hanks, who was handing out comic strips promoting their gig on Thurday night at tThe Troubadour Saloon. I may check it out purely out of appreciation of the clever pimping.
I stuck around for most of the Sub Pop showcase at Emo's, which featured a set from Loney, Dear, pictured above. Check out SXSW: The Daily Report Podcast for audio samples from the show and a few words from the Nashville-based teenage band Fouled Out.
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