vaomnivore:

Headed to SXSW this year? Heed my advice and head to the TWO day parties being put on by some of the most forward-thinking people in the business, Terrorbird Media. 

On Wednesday March 14th, head to Red 7 (611 E 7th Street) for their joint day party with ForceField PR. It’ll be a two stage extravaganza filled with some of the hottest bands and probably a few you’ve slept on. Last year, Tune-yards appeared at this showcase and went on to become one of the biggest acts of 2011. The flyer should appear as the artwork for the mix. 

Then on Saturday, March 17th, head to the ND (501 North I-35) for the publishing arm’s party. Up-and-coming Partisan Records artist, Emily Wells, will be playing. So will Horse Feathers, Beach Fossils, Dark Dark Dark, and a little band called Deerhoof.

If you’re not a fan of 8tracks, I’ve also created a somewhat alternate Spotify version of this mix. You can check it out here

And if, like me, you can’t make it to SXSW, stream either mix anyway. Or both. Because as someone once said to me, “Sad people dance, too.”

Thanks James!

gbabuts:

Jessie Baylin - Love Is Wasted On Lovers

tameimpala:

Dig Brother - POND

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Terrorbird Media & Force Field PR are teaming up again for our 5th annual SXSW day party!FREE, no badges necessary, ALL AGES!Arrive early for free beer // Gift bags for the first 100 guestsspecial thanks to Burt’s Bees & PBRawesome show flyer by Paul Windle here: http://terrorbirddigital.s3.amazonaws.com/publicity/tbirdFF-SXSW.jpginside stage:12:15 -12:45 Mr. Gnome (El Marko)1:05-1:35 Tycho (Ghostly)1:55-2:25 Teengirl Fantasy (True Panther)2:45-3:15 Young Magic (Carpark)3:35-4:05 Korallreven (Acephale)4:25-4:55 AU (Hometapes)5:15-5:45 Unknown Mortal Orchestra (Fat Possum)outdoor stage:12:30-1 White Arrows (Turnout)1:20-1:50 Forest Fire (Fatcat)2:10-2:40 La Sera (Hardly Art)3-3:30 Widowspeak (Captured Tracks)3:50-4:20 The Fresh & Onlys (Mexican Summer)4:40-5:10 Youth Lagoon (Fat Possum)5:30-6 We Were Promised Jetpacks (Fatcat)

Terrorbird Media & Force Field PR are teaming up again for our 5th annual SXSW day party!

FREE, no badges necessary, ALL AGES!
Arrive early for free beer // Gift bags for the first 100 guests
special thanks to Burt’s Bees & PBR

awesome show flyer by Paul Windle here: http://terrorbirddigital.s3.amazonaws.com/publicity/tbirdFF-SXSW.jpg

inside stage:
12:15 -12:45 Mr. Gnome (El Marko)
1:05-1:35 Tycho (Ghostly)
1:55-2:25 Teengirl Fantasy (True Panther)
2:45-3:15 Young Magic (Carpark)
3:35-4:05 Korallreven (Acephale)
4:25-4:55 AU (Hometapes)
5:15-5:45 Unknown Mortal Orchestra (Fat Possum)

outdoor stage:
12:30-1 White Arrows (Turnout)
1:20-1:50 Forest Fire (Fatcat)
2:10-2:40 La Sera (Hardly Art)
3-3:30 Widowspeak (Captured Tracks)
3:50-4:20 The Fresh & Onlys (Mexican Summer)
4:40-5:10 Youth Lagoon (Fat Possum)
5:30-6 We Were Promised Jetpacks (Fatcat)

thesolereader:

#FAKEFOUR #SXSW INDY RAP GAME MVP

thesolereader:

#FAKEFOUR #SXSW INDY RAP GAME MVP

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un:

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Pizza Rolls on Pizza Bagel bites On Personal Pizzas on a Pizza.
“Pizzception”
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un:

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Pizza Rolls on Pizza Bagel bites On Personal Pizzas on a Pizza.

“Pizzception”

do want.

katbeee:

Yeah, this is what it was like.

I love the internet some days.

fuckyeahchickmusicians:

Carly Rabalais of Xray Eyeballs
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Carly Rabalais of Xray Eyeballs

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meganrollinglove:

Rachel Goodrich in SF at the Make Out Room

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mediajorge:

Check out some great songs from Frankie Rose’s forthcoming sophomore album “Interstellar.”

Out February 21 on Slumberland Records in US, Canada, Asia, Oceania.
Out March 19 on Memphis Industries in Europe.
Released by: Slumberland Records
Release date: Feb 21, 2012

Stream: http://www.spin.com/articles/first-spin-hear-frankie-roses-full-interstellar

We were all knocked out by the Frankie Rose and the Outs album from 2010, the effortlessness of its gorgeous girl-pop mantras, the intimate immensity of its Spector-esque walls of reverb, the beauty of a song sung sweetly over the most graceful two-chord vamps.

But are you ready for the new Frankie Rose? – her transformation into a wholly other kind of pop, the reverie and revelation of “Interstellar,” an album that floats free of its maker’s history – time spent with Vivian Girls, Dum Dum Girls, Crystal Stilts, and creator of one of the most breathlessly compelling girl-pop albums of the past few years – and offers the listener something strangely other, as alien as it is familiar, as compelling as it is enchanting.

Taken from Frankie Rose’s gorgeous second album “Interstellar.”

Directed by Hannah Lew.

pre-order LP/CD: slumberlandrecords.com/catalog/presale