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SXSW 2021: Day 4 Review

By Ashley Farnie Assistant Music Director Kicking off my fourth day of SXSW, Hotel Vegas and Hotel Free TV put on an amazing showcase featuring local Austin artists.  Van Mary, a female-led grunge rock band, sang politically charged lyrics. Van Mary’s captivating onstage presence has the potential for real and radical influence. The only released song they played, “Connie Converse,” is available for streaming on all platforms.  Local Austin band, […]

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SXSW: Day 3 Review

By Ashley FarnieAssistant Music Director I hope everyone has had a great week either viewing South by Southwest from home or living vicariously through daily synopses. Day three of SXSW brought many new artists to my new attention, so here is a brief review of my experiences. The British Music Embassy has proved their musical superiority yet again with their third day of showcases, introducing many new artists to my […]

todayMarch 20, 2021 5

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SXSW 2021: Day 2 Review

By Ashley Farnie Assistant Music Director Day 2 of SXSW introduced me to so many new artists and I am excited to share them with you! I began my day with another showcase presented by The British Music Embassy, including the artists Tayo Sound, porji and Ego Ella May, Phoebe Green, Jekyll and Family Jools. Tayo Sound and his electric guitar performed a refreshing pop set alongside his band. Sound’s […]

todayMarch 18, 2021 11

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South by Southwest 2021: Day 1 Review

By Ashley FarnieAssistant Music Director South by Southwest 2021 looks different from previous years, as does the music industry in its entirety. The lack of opportunity for musicians to play live shows and interact with fans leaves them at a disadvantage when marketing themselves, but SXSW has worked tirelessly to produce an environment beneficial to industries of all art forms. Offering panels discussing the music industry and its future endeavors, […]

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SXSW 2021: A Playlist of Featured Artists

By Ashley FarnieAssistant Music Director With the cancelation of South by Southwest in 2020, artists of all mediums have allocated their excitement to this year’s festival. Taking place Tuesday, March 16 through Saturday, March 20, SXSW will feature musicians, filmmakers and speakers showcasing their work via the virtual festival. Despite the adjustments made given the pandemic, SXSW has converted to a virtual format, allowing artists to showcase their music, film, […]

todayMarch 12, 2021 6

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Songs to Study to: A Playlist

By Ashley FarnieMusic Journalist With the onset of autumn and the changing of the leaves on the trees, the Texas weather invites us to sit outside under the sun to enjoy the warm breeze. Put your headphones in and sit underneath the shade of a tree listening to this playlist to stay on-track with the approaching finals season. I often find myself having trouble focusing while listening to music, but […]

todayDecember 7, 2020 6

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Sasha Sloan: Only Child Album Review

By Ashley FarnieMusic Journalist Despite making music for nearly three years, Sasha Sloan’s debut album, Only Child, finally drops during a year full of upsets and disappointments. With her raw and honest lyrics, Sloan unpacks the complications of growing up as a woman in a society focused on human connection and physical appearance. She teaches us life lessons through her articulately formed thoughts and lyrics. As the album opener, “Matter […]

todayNovember 20, 2020 5

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Wallows: Remote EP Review

By Ashley FarnieMusic Journalist Following the release of their debut album, Nothing Happens, in 2019, Wallows dropped an EP for the soundtrack to this monumental time period. Remote documents the difficulties of love in the midst of a pandemic where distance is the new norm. The opening track, “Virtual Aerobics,” depicts the difficulties of adapting a relationship to the remote realm the world has turned to. From remote learning to […]

todayNovember 13, 2020 2

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Beach Bunny’s Alter Ego: tiger lili

By Ashley FarnieMusic Journalist Following the release of Beach Bunny’s debut album, Honeymoon, lead singer Lili Trifilio launched a solo project under the pseudonym tiger lili.  Trifilio's alter ego debut single, “Lightning,” strays from Beach Bunny’s indie surf pop genre to a more indie rock sound. Whilst Beach Bunny focuses on the concept of youth and love, tiger lili makes a shift towards a sophisticated and mature point-of-view. “Lightning” features a move […]

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