Music news updates.
The Morning After brunch at Haus of Hipstamatic brings together live music, food, friends, and photos so you can relive the disaster/awesomeness from the night before, and prep for a repeat performance.
Free up those hands for a little networking! Store your baggage in the bag + coat check area or recharge your phone in our cellular charging locker system. Come and go as you please in-between your packed schedule of panels, parties, showcases and overall SXSW festivities!
Reserve your SXSW locker space here!
Ultra Records returns to Austin with their second ever SXSW showcase. The label has a roster of some of the world's most notable DJs - Kaskade, deadmau5, Benny Benassi, Calvin Harris and Tiesto. In 2012, Ultra had 11 charted titles on the #1 Billboard Dance/Mixshow label. Join us in celebrating their legacy at Republic Live on Thursday, March 14th.
SXSW Video offers many fine content options including music videos, film trailers and clips from past performances and featured speakers.
Why, you could hang out and watch FKi featuring Retro Sushi's video for "Stuntin." It takes place in front of a Waffle House and features a bike gang, something we're fond of here at the SXSW. Also, I sort of love that there's someone in the world called Retro Sushi.
As the Wu Tang Clan celebrates the 20th anniversary of their debut album Welcome To The 36 Chambers this year, the crew from Staten Island shows us that they are still going strong with RZA's Soul Temple label showcase on Thursday, March 14 at Scoot Inn.
Corey Taylor to Speak at SXSW Music Conference
Check out his session "What The Hell Was That?!" on March 15
While some say the term K-Pop specifically pertains to what Koreans refer to as “idol” acts (Psy, Hyuna and 2NE1), others say it’s actually a term used for popular South Korean music in general. Honestly, we’re a bit confused.
This year, KOCCA (Korea Creative Content Agency) brings their K-Pop Night Out to SXSW with a diverse group of acts which takes the latter theory to heart. The bill's eclectic lineup includes the undeniably catchy electro K-Pop idol act f(x), SXSW alumni garage rockers Galaxy Express, Korean punk legends No Brain, epic rock experimentalist Jeong Cha Sik, hardcore punk act The Geeks, singer-songwriter Yi Sung Yol, and alt-rockers Guckkasten.
New! 2014 dates!
Interactive: March 7–11
Film: March 7–16
Music: March 11–16
Learn more about our other events...