The agony and the ecstasy. It's a bit of a heartbreaking tale, really. Nashville duo The Civil Wars put together a rich record full of the darkened, emotional country songs that made them one of the darlings of SXSW just two short years ago. Now, one canceled tour later, John...
Only in his mid-twenties, Mississippi born and raised feel-good pop rocker Dent May has already made a name for himself within the indie music community. May first hit the stages of SXSW in 2012, performing on the Paw Tracks/Carpark Records showcase, then returned for the 2013 event to perform...
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On August 25th Taco Bell® will debut Hello Everywhere, a new documentary directed by Sam Jones. Check out indie artists Passion Pit and Wildcat! Wildcat! in a behind-the-scenes film that follows these two SXSW performers on their road to Austin.
Featuring backstage access, cameras on the tour bus and crowdsourced...
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