The Sounds of SXSW

Artists from from as far away as Greenland to make a name for themselves at SXSW.

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From Minneapolis: The Van Gobots. The sound is modern rock and radio friendly.
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SXSW brought acts all the way from Greenland.
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This is Nive Nielson and the Deerchildren.
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Ralph plays a wide variety of instruments so he fits in nicely.
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The sound is psyche pop with suitable for folk fans.
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Tailor Made Fable from Montreal, Canada also hit 6th street.
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Modern Power pop!
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A ton of energy on the stage.
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This is truly a punk super group. Batusis. Cheetah Chrome (Dead Boys) and Syl Sylvain (New York Dolls) on stage tearing up new songs and classics from their respective bands repertoire.
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Backing up Cheetah with some tight vox.
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Cheetah Chrome (right) now has a line of signature Gibson Les Pauls.
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Syl Sylvain doing the "Batusis" dance from the 1960's Batman show.
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The band loved them.
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Jim Jones (U.K.) plays a brand of bluesy garage rock.
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Imagine Rod Stewart in The Faces with a little rougher hewened band for the tough rock n' roll crowd.
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This guy loves the camera...
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Man or Astroman (Birmingham Alabama) known for their authentic surf sounds mixed with electronics reunited for yet another crazy set.
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The band is a favorite among the surf rock set. The are also known for extravagant stage set ups.
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Delightful!
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Typical MOA fans - HAPPY!
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