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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, […]

todayMarch 16, 2021 15


Why Street Performers are the Heart of SXSW

By Madison Tyson Assistant Multimedia Director This spring break, I was able to photograph the SXSW 2018 Music Festival for KTSW. While on Sixth St. in Austin. During SXSW Music, one sees all types of street performers. From rappers to jugglers, from piano players performance artists, and from a one-man-band to a solo singer with only their speaker to back them up. I had to walk up and down Sixth […]

todayMay 2, 2018 21


What’s Your Take On The She Shreds Showcase?

By Ezlyh Gutierrez Music Journalist She Shreds Magazine came out this SXSW and graced the public with an amazing female-centric Showcase filled with not only music, but inspiration, empowerment, and a beautiful atmosphere. As we were out and about enjoying the cloudy skies, pretty outfits, and faint smells of BBQ, we decided to ask the public: what's your take on the She Shreds Showcase? “She Shreds magazine is the world’s […]

todayMarch 24, 2017 4


The Other Side of SXSW

By Renee Dominguez Staff Photographer I recently had an amazing opportunity to work for South by Southwest (SXSW) 2017 this past week. Over the course of that week, I saw a lot. Although I was fortunate enough to attend the film and interactive parts of SXSW, my heart was impatiently waiting for the music portion and thus led to the majority of my pictures. These photographs include bands and artists […]

todayMarch 23, 2017 25


Concert Review: The Drums at SXSW 2017

By Brooke Vega Music Journalist The anticipation started a couple of months ago when I had seen a tweet that The Drums were coming into town for South By Southwest. I was really excited that they were coming to Austin since they haven’t been here in awhile. My obsession for them started a couple of years ago after randomly finding them on Spotify and finding it hard to not love […]

todayMarch 21, 2017 12


Joyce Manor, AJJ, and Mannequin Pussy Deliver an Energized Show at Mohawk

By Lindsey Petterson Music Journalist Joyce Manor, AJJ, and Mannequin Pussy finished their Winter 2017 tour at The Mohawk in Austin on February 16th, 2017. This particular show was electrified in both the bands, and the crowd. The three diverse groups kept high energy in their performances, and that transferred to the audience through every set. Mannequin Pussy started off the show with seemingly unlimited energy. The female fronted 4-piece […]

todayMarch 16, 2017 9


SXSW 2017: Music Festival Tips

By Cain Hernandez Music Journalist We are finally upon the 31st annual SXSW music festival. Every year, thousands of people are drawn to the streets of downtown Austin for a week of great food, alcohol, and live music. While some people might enjoy the interactive/film portion of the festival, this article will mainly cover music. SXSW is known for putting on hundreds of showcases across a variety of venues and […]

todayMarch 12, 2017 4

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SXSW 2015: Greg Saunier, Drummer of Deerhoof talks with KTSW

By Tafari Robertson Music Reviewer I’m Tafari Robertson here with Greg from Deerhoof at SXSW 2015.  I want to talk to you a little bit about how do you transition between your setting recording versus putting together your live show? When we record or when we write songs and record them we always think “oh well lets think about what we just did on this last tour and what was […]

todayMarch 31, 2015 113

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SXSW 2015: Interview with the Austin Native Band, Quiet Company

By Kendra Sells Music Reviewer   Austin’s uprising stars Quiet Company recently released their 4th full length album, Transgressor. Here we met at their last show of their busiest South by South West yet. The band had a successful week of performances and are preparing themselves to tour throughout the upcoming summer. The Austin Chronicle describes front man Taylor Muse’s vocals as “Death Cab meets Ben Folds” and Sputnik Music describes the band’s sound […]

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