This year at SXSW we did more than just drink margaritas, eat tacos, and listen to bands, we had a party too. Away from the usual chaos of the festival, we hosted our first SXSW showcase in the oasis of a backyard at a house in East Austin with nine of our favorite bands.
Annie and I met at a barbecue at our friend Harmony's house and then went to the Crocs store at the mall. Now we talk every day. She's the Ashley to my Mary-Kate. I love her.
Chicago's Twin Peaks and Philadelphia's The Districts are heading out on tour together this Friday, March 16th. As a little pregame, we teamed up with the two bands to give away some free goodies. Enter to win after catching up with the bands in an interview with Cadien and Rob.
Artists Jessica Spence and Dennesa Usher met while pursuing their graduate degrees in art at Lehman College. Bonding over their shared interest in portraying important societal topics like race relations and women’s issues in their work, they've stayed close friends and collaborators since.
New York's Stuyedeyed captures their February tour run through two disposable cameras.
Right after Brooklyn band BOYTOY played our show at The Gateway last November, they toured down the east coast of the Bible Belt, stopping in Tennessee, Virginia, North Carolina, and Georgia.
The Britanys' drummer Steele Kratt documents the bands release party at an old school Ukrainian restaurant in the East Village for their single "When I'm With You."
While Atlanta native Adam Alexander may only be 19 years old, he's already remixed Sylvan Esso tunes and been on tour with Wet and NAO. Known by his stage name, "Demo Taped," he's set to release his EP "Momentary" at the end of the month.
While Boston's Vundabar are obviously known for their music, they're also known for their dramatic and lively performances, charmingly goofy demeanor and if you didn't know, they also have quite the knack for the art of visual imagery.
Having grown up with the Camp Howard boys, traveling on the road comes pretty naturally. We all live together in Richmond so we are well adapted to each others different quirks and triggers. We have our lazy arguments in the van, but they die quick.