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8:00pm

UNightUs.com Launch Party
    Thursday March 8, 2012 8:00pm - 10:00pm @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    Three syllables. One website. A night of legendary celebration.

    We bring you the much anticipated launch of unightus.com – an Austin-based startup that helps you find “Your Place in Nightlife.” Please join us for free drinks, great music, giveaways, and more!

    We look forward to seeing you there and sharing the evening with you as we introduce our product to the Austin community.

    Your friends are also welcome!

     


    Type Party, Unofficial
    Free Stuff Alcohol, swag


 
 

8:00pm

TechKaraoke (Blog World & New Media Expo)
    Friday March 9, 2012 8:00pm - 2:00am @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    We're back for our third straight year at SXSW, and we cannot wait to rock out with all of you!

    Join the TechKaraoke team and our sponsors (TBA) as, this time, we begin SXSW Interactive with a real bang!  We're taking over The Stage on Sixth for an evening full of live band karaoke and classic DJ karaoke (in-between sets), as well as additional surprises from our sponsors!



    Type Party, Unofficial


 
 

6:00pm

Tech Cocktail's #Startuplife Celebration (.CO)
    Saturday March 10, 2012 6:00pm - 7:00pm @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    Join TechCocktail.com as we celebrate some of the hottest startups in all the land on the grand stage at SXSW.

    To wrap up the day of activities at SXSW, Tech Cocktail will be hosting its third annual mixer style event at SXSW (check these links out in case you missed the last two years – SXSW 2011 and SXSW 2010).

    Past showcased startups at our events have gotten great feedback, been funded on the spot, met new employees, investors, and some have even be acquired. Some of our SXSW showcased startup alumni include Foodspotting, Khush, Mobile Roadie, Storify, Udemy, Tango, Sifteo, Sphero, Votizen, and many more. 

    This event is free with a SXSW badge.

     


    Type Party, Unofficial
    Free Stuff alcohol


6:00pm

Tech Cocktail's #Startuplife Celebration presented by .CO
 
 

7:00pm

The Interactive + Film Fusion Party presented by Meebo

7:00pm

The Interactive + Film Fusion Party presented by Meebo
 
 

6:00pm

An Interactive Mixer featuring video remix artist Mike Relm
 
 

10:00pm

SXSW Film Intermission Party presented by Fandango
 
 

11:00am

Senheiser + Paste Magazine Party

7:45pm

Workout
    Wednesday March 14, 2012 7:45pm - 8:25pm @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    In June 2011, The New Yorker called the band WORKOUT “a hyperactive rock monster” and compared their music to a love child of David Bowie and Roky Erickson. But all name checking and flattery aside, this isn’t quite the full picture. This is a Brooklyn band in the grandest tradition of Rock and Roll that wants to be your # 1 Party Band, break some hearts and unleash wild times. Featuring Jack Killen on vocals and piano, Alexander W. Forbes on guitar, Jason Langdon on bass and Tim Traynor on drums, this four-piece fills rooms with their anthemic odes on love, death and fantasy. These are big songs with finger-tapped guitar solos, sing-along choruses, foot-stomping chants and enough wild noise to make any bar break out into a brawl. Their self-titled debut album, featuring “Bottom Barrel Boys”, was released on September 24th 2011, twenty years after Nevermind and can be purchased only at your local N.Y.C. bodega or on-line at the band’s website. With hardly any of the songs being under the 5 minute mark, you can tell these guys really want you to get your money’s worth - strap yourself in for the ride and help put the classic back in Rock.

    Artists
    In June 2011, The New Yorker called the band WORKOUT “a hyperactive...


    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #Workout
    Tags 18+, Rock
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS16126


8:45pm

9:45pm

Emma Louise
    Wednesday March 14, 2012 9:45pm - 10:25pm @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)
    emma louise is one of those people who were born to play music. She was the one who avoided maths and science classes to teach herself guitar and write songs in the high school music room. It paid off. At age 16, Emma’s stellar songwriting had been recognised with two Q Song Awards.
    Post high school, a string of well-known supports including Sarah Blasko, Bob Evans and Tim Rogers and residencies around her hometown of Cairns followed leading emma to make the decision to move to Brisbane to take her music to the next level. She moved with an unreleased album up her sleeve, but as she immersed herself into the Brisbane music scene and started spending more time with songwriters and musicians, emma was inspired to go further.
    Her debut EP Full Hearts & Empty Rooms was recorded in Cairns with friend and producer Mark Myers (The Middle East). Released earlier this year, it spawned her debut single and national radio smash ‘Jungle’ that instantly launched her into the eyes and ears of the world. After entering the AIR Independent Distro charts at number one, 26 weeks later her EP remains at the top spot. ‘Jungle’ has also appeared in the iTunes charts in ten countries leading to a major record deal in Continental Europe with B1M1/Universal Germany and worldwide attention. Syncs on international television drama Grey’s Anatomy as well as on US MTV show Awkward and ABC’s The Slap, are ensuring that emma louise is being heard far and wide.
    To say it’s been a dream start is an understatement! An ever-growing list of accolades including three Queensland Music Awards in 2011 including Best Pop Song and Song Of The Year for ‘Jungle’, Best Folk Song for ‘1000 Sundowns’ and most recently Breakthrough Independent Artist of the Year at the JIMAs seem to be only the start for this refreshing talent.
    With such a prolific and impulsive songwriting nature, emma louise utilises the new media of Youtube to showcase her newest offerings at their earliest stages. The simple nature of the videos, just emma and the camera, encapsulate her earnest and raw delivery in the purest form. Her unconventional and fearless approach to sharing new music is garnering quite the online following. As Nick Byrne from AIR says, “she’s using a 21st century medium to stunningly convey an art form hundreds of years old. The best kept secret on the internet is out.”
    A dream national touring schedule in 2011 of sought-after supports including folk-rockers Boy & Bear and revered Australian troubadour Josh Pyke as well as her own sold out National Headlines shows on her first national tour First Flights in November, shortly followed by appearances on renowned festivals Gorgeous, Falls, Southbound and Norfolk Lanes. With more recording and a tour in the US including SXSW already slated for 2012 it looks like there will be no letting up for this young star on the rise.

    Artists
    Hotel Second Play Stage performance. Free and open to registrants...


    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #EmmaLouise
    Tags 18+, Singer-Songwriter
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS15914


10:45pm

Devin
    Wednesday March 14, 2012 10:45pm - 11:25pm @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    Gifted new artist Devin will make his Frenchkiss debut on November 15 with the three-song EP You’re Mine. After hearing a track Devin recorded in his home studio, Frenchkiss label owner Syd Butler caught Devin’s compelling live performance and signed him soon after. Says Butler of the signing, “We could not be more excited to be working with Devin. He’s a game changer.”
    Devin’s live shows are garnering attention quickly, including Brooklyn Vegan who declared “Devin's flamboyant stage presence mixed with his passionate vocal delivery make his performances extremely memorable. His energetic antics recall those of Iggy Pop and New York Dolls era David Johansen, while maintaining his own on-stage personality,” while The LA Record praised “the songs smelled of leather motorcycle jackets and hollow body guitars.” A recent post from the Sour Mash blog states “from his classic rock, punk-infused tunes to his onstage swagger it was no wonder we fell in love immediately.”
    You’re Mine was written while Devin worked at a Brooklyn shipping warehouse and contains what he calls his “first good songs.” Self-recording “busted demos” of these tracks in 2009 helped him refine his sound: straight-ahead rock & roll with elements of soul and punk. These songs represent the shift when Devin became the songwriter he is today and sparked six months of writing the material that would develop into the You're Mine EP and a full length to be released early next year on Frenchkiss Records.

    Artists
    Gifted new artist Devin will make his Frenchkiss debut on November...


    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #Devin
    Tags 18+, Rock
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS17489


11:45pm

1,2,3
    Wednesday March 14, 2012 11:45pm - 12:25am @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    The heartbeat that sparks the third song on 1, 2, 3’s debut LP isn’t just a flutter effect meant to set a melancholic mood. It literally symbolizes the start of a new life. Or in the case of Nicolas Snyder and Joshua Sickels, a crucial state of rebirth—the next logical step after the “classic rock ’n’ roll casualty story” of the duo’s last band, the Takeover UK.
    While that project took more of a straight-laced approach to pop music, 1, 2, 3’s songs are as stubborn as their name. In other words, good luck reducing New Heaven down to a tidy set of buzz words.
    Or as Synder puts it, “That’s the general idea with this band—that it doesn’t belong to any specific genre, and that there aren’t any preconceived notions about the name or who we are.”
    Take the aforementioned “Heat Lightnin’,” for instance. Once you make it past Snyder’s fragile vocals, a disembodied whistler, and several unidentified flying objects, one thing emerges—a liquified bass line that seems to be…talking. And then there are the many striking, speaker-panning elements that reward repeat listens elsewhere: the shimmering synths of “Lonesome Boring Summer,” the swooning strings of “Wave Pool,” the sucker punch percussion of “Work,” the lethargic blues licks of “Just Like Heaven (is gone),” the restless riffs of “20,000 Blades,” and, well, we’d go on but that’d take away half the fun of digging through 1, 2, 3’s sonic detritus.
    If there’s one unifying factor throughout the Pittsburgh band’s first full-length, it’s the lingering sense that Snyder—the band’s primary songwriter—watches a lot of movies. How else to explain why New Heaven unfolds like the rabbit hole-riddled narrative of an art house film?
    “I spend more time watching movies than just about anything but sleep,” admits Snyder. “Stuff like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, any Sergio Leone film, even Who Framed Roger Rabbit?—it’s all had a major impact on me.”
    As for how Sickels fits into this equation, the drummer has known Snyder since middle school, back when they bonded over skateboarding and punk rock. So when he heard the early stages of 1, 2, 3, he didn’t have to think twice about rejoining his longtime friend and bandmate.
    “I’ve spent the last 10 years telling everyone how great NIck is at songwriting,” says Sickels, “So I was gonna follow him into 1, 2, 3 no matter what.”
    Now it’s your turn.

    Artists
    The heartbeat that sparks the third song on 1, 2, 3’s debut...


    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #1, #2, #3
    Tags 18+, Rock
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS15977


12:45am

The Big Sleep

11:00am

Senheiser + Paste Magazine Party

8:00pm

DJ Hella Yella
    Thursday March 15, 2012 8:00pm - 8:30pm @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    Want to know why they call DJ Hella Yella the Yella Hulk? Just ask the Southern Entertainment Awards and the Austin Chronicle who both voted him as 2010′s Club DJ of the Year! It’s no question that when DJ Hella Yella is behind the turn tables he’s sure to have complete control of the crowd. Since getting his start in 2004, DJ Hella Yella has released over 60 mixtapes, including projects with Travis Porter, Dorrough and R&B Star, Mya. His Wiz Khalifa mixtape gained much success, gaining over 20,000+ downloads in just one day! If DJ Hella Yella looks familiar, you’ve probably seen him on tour with Platinum selling artist Dorrough, BET’s 106 & park or The Deal, Platinum Weddings, MTV’s Room Raiders, in Ozone Magazine or on stage at many SXSW (South By Southwest) showcases, in numerous music videos and most recently as a finalist in Complex Magazine and Mc Donald’s annual National DJ Flavor Battle.

    Artists
    A true DJ is not made, but is born a lover and connoisseur of...


    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #DJHellaYella
    Tags 18+, Hip-Hop-Rap
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS18598


8:30pm

8:45pm

10:00pm

Jingle Punks Hipster Orchestra

10:30pm

Nneka

11:15pm

Miguel

1:00am

Big Sean

TBA

John C Reilly
    Friday March 16, 2012 TBA - TBA @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    From Austin Powell, The Austin Chronicle:

    Third Man Records literally rolled into South by Southwest last year. Owner Jack White turned his innovative Nashville, Tenn., label into a rolling record store, hosting a generator-powered show in the Frank parking lot and selling limited LPs across town from a window in his tricked-out step van. Never one for idle hands, expect White to perform in some capacity, given his upcoming proper solo debut, Blunderbuss, and the fact that he's either produced or played on most of Third Man's releases, notably for model/chanteuse Karen Elson, goth girls the Black Belles (who play Sat., 10pm, at Mohawk Patio), and Australia's Lanie Lane, who looks and sounds like a vintage rockabilly pin-up gal. Actor John C. Reilly walks harder in real life than Dewey Cox, with two 7-inch singles to prove it, while Nashville's Pujol offers a promising dose of garage-pop. Brooklyn's suave White Rabbits just released their career best, Milk Famous, but most eyes will be on Electric Guest, a Los Angeles duo whose debut for Downtown Records, Mondo, out April 24, was produced by Danger Mouse and sounds like a more promising version of Broken Bells. As for special guests, let's hope it's not the label's most controversial collaborators: I.C.P.



    Artists

    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #JohnCReilly
    Info Y
    Tags Alt Country, AustinChronicle, Music
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS18889


11:00am

Senheiser + Paste Magazine Party

7:30pm

Electric Guest
    Friday March 16, 2012 7:30pm - 7:50pm @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    From Austin Powell, The Austin Chronicle:

    Third Man Records literally rolled into South by Southwest last year. Owner Jack White turned his innovative Nashville, Tenn., label into a rolling record store, hosting a generator-powered show in the Frank parking lot and selling limited LPs across town from a window in his tricked-out step van. Never one for idle hands, expect White to perform in some capacity, given his upcoming proper solo debut, Blunderbuss, and the fact that he's either produced or played on most of Third Man's releases, notably for model/chanteuse Karen Elson, goth girls the Black Belles (who play Sat., 10pm, at Mohawk Patio), and Australia's Lanie Lane, who looks and sounds like a vintage rockabilly pin-up gal. Actor John C. Reilly walks harder in real life than Dewey Cox, with two 7-inch singles to prove it, while Nashville's Pujol offers a promising dose of garage-pop. Brooklyn's suave White Rabbits just released their career best, Milk Famous, but most eyes will be on Electric Guest, a Los Angeles duo whose debut for Downtown Records, Mondo, out April 24, was produced by Danger Mouse and sounds like a more promising version of Broken Bells. As for special guests, let's hope it's not the label's most controversial collaborators: I.C.P.



    Artists
    Having played only a handful of shows in their headquarters of...


    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #ElectricGuest
    Info Y
    Tags AustinChronicle, Pop, Music
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS15939


8:05pm

White Rabbits
    Friday March 16, 2012 8:05pm - 8:25pm @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    From Austin Powell, The Austin Chronicle:

    Third Man Records literally rolled into South by Southwest last year. Owner Jack White turned his innovative Nashville, Tenn., label into a rolling record store, hosting a generator-powered show in the Frank parking lot and selling limited LPs across town from a window in his tricked-out step van. Never one for idle hands, expect White to perform in some capacity, given his upcoming proper solo debut, Blunderbuss, and the fact that he's either produced or played on most of Third Man's releases, notably for model/chanteuse Karen Elson, goth girls the Black Belles (who play Sat., 10pm, at Mohawk Patio), and Australia's Lanie Lane, who looks and sounds like a vintage rockabilly pin-up gal. Actor John C. Reilly walks harder in real life than Dewey Cox, with two 7-inch singles to prove it, while Nashville's Pujol offers a promising dose of garage-pop. Brooklyn's suave White Rabbits just released their career best, Milk Famous, but most eyes will be on Electric Guest, a Los Angeles duo whose debut for Downtown Records, Mondo, out April 24, was produced by Danger Mouse and sounds like a more promising version of Broken Bells. As for special guests, let's hope it's not the label's most controversial collaborators: I.C.P.



    Artists
    After spending the better part of two years on the road (including...


    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #WhiteRabbits
    Info Y
    Tags AustinChronicle, Rock, Music
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS19310


8:40pm

10:00pm

Karen Elson
    Friday March 16, 2012 10:00pm - 10:30pm @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    From Austin Powell, The Austin Chronicle:

    Third Man Records literally rolled into South by Southwest last year. Owner Jack White turned his innovative Nashville, Tenn., label into a rolling record store, hosting a generator-powered show in the Frank parking lot and selling limited LPs across town from a window in his tricked-out step van. Never one for idle hands, expect White to perform in some capacity, given his upcoming proper solo debut, Blunderbuss, and the fact that he's either produced or played on most of Third Man's releases, notably for model/chanteuse Karen Elson, goth girls the Black Belles (who play Sat., 10pm, at Mohawk Patio), and Australia's Lanie Lane, who looks and sounds like a vintage rockabilly pin-up gal. Actor John C. Reilly walks harder in real life than Dewey Cox, with two 7-inch singles to prove it, while Nashville's Pujol offers a promising dose of garage-pop. Brooklyn's suave White Rabbits just released their career best, Milk Famous, but most eyes will be on Electric Guest, a Los Angeles duo whose debut for Downtown Records, Mondo, out April 24, was produced by Danger Mouse and sounds like a more promising version of Broken Bells. As for special guests, let's hope it's not the label's most controversial collaborators: I.C.P.



    Artists

    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #KarenElson
    Info Y
    Tags AustinChronicle, Folk, Music
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS18093


11:45pm

 
 

8:30pm

Brownout
    Saturday March 17, 2012 8:30pm - 9:15pm @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    From Thomas Fawcett, The Austin Chronicle:

    Sweet Mary mother of Marley is this showcase loaded! Nat Geo has assembled a two-headed global groove armada as formidable as any lineup at the Festival. Austin Latin funk army Brownout fires the first shot "Con el Cuete" before morphing into big band Grupo Fantasma on the patio stage. The 9pm slot poses tough choices as Chicha Libre cooks up a cocktail of psychedelic cumbia and producer Quantic joins soulstress Alice Russell to tease the lush, warm grooves of forthcoming collaboration Look Around the Corner. The pounding garage soul of UK's the Heavy (you've undoubtedly heard hit "How You Like Me Now?" on your favorite TV show) makes way for the striking voice of Nigerian war-goddess Nneka, for whom comparisons to Lauryn Hill are well-earned. Brooklyn-by-way-of-Israel electro trio Balkan Beat Box whips up a radical gypsy dance party on the patio before reggae legend Jimmy Cliff closes the evening. This lineup is as hard as they come.



    Artists
    Meet Brownout - the hardest working band in show business today...


    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #Brownout
    Info Y
    Tags AustinChronicle, Funk, Music
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS15989


9:35pm

Chicha Libre
    Saturday March 17, 2012 9:35pm - 10:20pm @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    From Thomas Fawcett, The Austin Chronicle:

    Sweet Mary mother of Marley is this showcase loaded! Nat Geo has assembled a two-headed global groove armada as formidable as any lineup at the Festival. Austin Latin funk army Brownout fires the first shot "Con el Cuete" before morphing into big band Grupo Fantasma on the patio stage. The 9pm slot poses tough choices as Chicha Libre cooks up a cocktail of psychedelic cumbia and producer Quantic joins soulstress Alice Russell to tease the lush, warm grooves of forthcoming collaboration Look Around the Corner. The pounding garage soul of UK's the Heavy (you've undoubtedly heard hit "How You Like Me Now?" on your favorite TV show) makes way for the striking voice of Nigerian war-goddess Nneka, for whom comparisons to Lauryn Hill are well-earned. Brooklyn-by-way-of-Israel electro trio Balkan Beat Box whips up a radical gypsy dance party on the patio before reggae legend Jimmy Cliff closes the evening. This lineup is as hard as they come.



    Artists
    Chicha LIbre is a Brooklyn collective made up of French, American...


    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #ChichaLibre
    Info Y
    Tags AustinChronicle, World, Music
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS18375


10:40pm

Hindi Zahra

11:45pm

Nneka
    Saturday March 17, 2012 11:45pm - 12:20am @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    From Thomas Fawcett, The Austin Chronicle:

    Sweet Mary mother of Marley is this showcase loaded! Nat Geo has assembled a two-headed global groove armada as formidable as any lineup at the Festival. Austin Latin funk army Brownout fires the first shot "Con el Cuete" before morphing into big band Grupo Fantasma on the patio stage. The 9pm slot poses tough choices as Chicha Libre cooks up a cocktail of psychedelic cumbia and producer Quantic joins soulstress Alice Russell to tease the lush, warm grooves of forthcoming collaboration Look Around the Corner. The pounding garage soul of UK's the Heavy (you've undoubtedly heard hit "How You Like Me Now?" on your favorite TV show) makes way for the striking voice of Nigerian war-goddess Nneka, for whom comparisons to Lauryn Hill are well-earned. Brooklyn-by-way-of-Israel electro trio Balkan Beat Box whips up a radical gypsy dance party on the patio before reggae legend Jimmy Cliff closes the evening. This lineup is as hard as they come.



    Artists
    Pop music is a ‘here today, gone tomorrow’ world. A starburst...


    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #Nneka
    Info Y
    Tags AustinChronicle, World, Music
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS17278


12:45am

The Heavy
    Sunday March 18, 2012 12:45am - 1:50am @ The Stage on Sixth (508 E 6th Street, Austin, Texas 78701)

    From Thomas Fawcett, The Austin Chronicle:

    Sweet Mary mother of Marley is this showcase loaded! Nat Geo has assembled a two-headed global groove armada as formidable as any lineup at the Festival. Austin Latin funk army Brownout fires the first shot "Con el Cuete" before morphing into big band Grupo Fantasma on the patio stage. The 9pm slot poses tough choices as Chicha Libre cooks up a cocktail of psychedelic cumbia and producer Quantic joins soulstress Alice Russell to tease the lush, warm grooves of forthcoming collaboration Look Around the Corner. The pounding garage soul of UK's the Heavy (you've undoubtedly heard hit "How You Like Me Now?" on your favorite TV show) makes way for the striking voice of Nigerian war-goddess Nneka, for whom comparisons to Lauryn Hill are well-earned. Brooklyn-by-way-of-Israel electro trio Balkan Beat Box whips up a radical gypsy dance party on the patio before reggae legend Jimmy Cliff closes the evening. This lineup is as hard as they come.



    Artists
    In Noid, a tiny hamlet situated to the south west of Bath, some...


    Type Band, Official
    Hashtag #sxsw #TheHeavy
    Info Y
    Tags AustinChronicle, Rock, Music
    Website http://schedule.sxsw.com/2012/events/event_MS16008


 

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