Four weeks from right now, we will be in the middle of the 2015 SXSW Music Conference and Festival. Time flies - but we’re having fun confirming more artists and sessions for the event next month!
- YouTube to launch paid music service in a few months
Story from Reuters.
- Starbucks to stop selling CDs
Story from Billboard.
- Beth Orton tackles lack of women in the music industry
Story from BBC News. ...
SXSW is bringing yet another year of face melting metal bands to Austin and we're here to give all you metalheads the rundown on who you should be checking out this year.
A magical, mysterious take on the coming-of-age film, Michael Johnson's All the Wilderness dazzled audiences at SXSW 2014. With an enviable cast featuring up-and-comers like Kodi Smit-McPhee and Isabelle Fuhrman as well as veterans like Danny DeVito and Virginia Madsen, Johnson's film leaves a strong impression. We spoke to...
Sir Mix-A-Lot has been confirmed to join what was already an intriguing lineup of speakers for Talent and Tech: Navigating the New Music Economy during the SXSW Music Conference.
On Wednesday, March 18 at 12:30PM in Austin Convention Center Room 12AB, Sir Mix-A-Lot will speak alongside Maura Corbett (Glen...
- Viacom announces major media restructure, new head of music
Story from Billboard.
- Henry Rollins' old man gripes
Post from LA Weekly.
- Blur announce new album
Story from The Independent. ...
The Social Good Hub brings together attendees of SXSW Music, Film and Interactive to connect through social enterprise and impact design. This year the Case Foundation is hosting two engaging sessions at the Hub, including a powerful debate featuring Jean Case, philanthropist and CEO of the Case Foundation....
Screening a film at SXSW is a fantastic opportunity for filmmakers, but what exactly does that entail once picture is locked, travel is booked, and posters printed? How do our enthusiastic audiences actually get to see films on screen?
This past December, we lost one of rock and roll’s greatest in Ian McLagan. The late keyboardist - who was an Austin resident for twenty years - brought a joie de vivre spirit to everything he did, from his work with The Small Faces and Faces to his friends and...