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SXSW Music Releases More Bands for 2013
Check out the newly added bands!
2013 Music Festival and it's a big one. Take a look below to glimpse even more of the insane amount of talent you can see at the upcoming event. It's very exciting, but don't forget to breathe!Here it is, the next wave of bands scheduled to perform at the
The SXSW Music Conference is hard at work finalizing its 2013 programming, and is pleased to announce 32 more sessions for SXSW 2013. Check them out below in alphabetical order.
This is far from an exhaustive list of the many panels, talks, and events you'll see at SXSW Music (see all announced panels here), and we'll continue to announce more programming in the coming weeks.
These panels and talks run the gamut from exploring new revenue streams, band/brand collaborations, crowdfunding, policy and international issues, and much much more. If you want to explore the future of the music industry with us, be sure to register for SXSW.
Fleetwood Mac to launch tour in April
Story from Rolling Stone.
Rock hall names Greg Harris as new CEO
Story from Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Grammys add three categories
Item from LA Times.
Lamb Of God singer Randy Blythe charged over fan death
Story from BBC News.
A communal networking hub amongst the SXSW Trade Show bustle, the Meet Up Pavilion is the place to rub elbows with other peers and professionals who share your interests, passions and concerns. After a successful debut during SXSW 2012, we are expanding our agency and job-seeker mingling event into: I Met My Agency @ SXSW. This four day series allows registrants dedicated time to meet with their future employers. Check the Meet Up Page for other events, including networking for startups and investors, futurists, and online activists. Check back for an updated schedule.
SXSW Music is home to all genres and styles of music from all over the world. Attendees to the music festival can get a taste of what's happening in metal, EDM, indie rock, folk, Americana, hip hop, rap, singer-songwriter, world music and everything in between. During 2012's event, 49 different countries were represented, showcasing their own burgeoning and established talents in multiple genres. As always, we'll have premier programming from Latin America, the UK, Canada and Western Europe, as well as acts making the trip from other far away places such as Africa, Japan, China, Russia, and many more.
The world's highest paid musicians
List from Forbes.
Mickey Baker dies
Obituary from NY Times.
Bryan Ferry has turned to '20s jazz
Story from The Telegraph.
Festival attendance to drop next year due to cost, weather and overcrowding
Story from NME.
New! 2014 dates!
Interactive: March 7–11
Film: March 7–16
Music: March 11–16
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