Slowcoustic Music Recommendations for SXSW – Thursday, March 18th, 2010

On 18 March, 2010 by slowcoustic

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Day 2 of the music bonanza that is SXSW!  Again, I am not there so this is not a recap of incredible shows seen, amazing artists discovered or the amazing tacos I had for lunch with other festival goers.  Unfortunately.

But alas, the rest of the world goes on, but I wanted to provide the wishlist once again for Slowcoustic if we were to be in Austin.  The below are our suggested shows at SXSW today!

Thursday, March 18th recommendations (evening shows):

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Location: Beauty Bar/Palm Door (401 Sabine St)
Artists: Dawes, Low Anthem, Deer Tick

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Location: Buffalo Billiards (201 E 6th St)
Artist: Efterklang, Midlake

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Location: Cedar Street Courtyard (208 W 4th St)
Artists: Wye Oak, Radar Bros.

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Location: Central Presbyterian Church (200 E 8th St)
Artists: Timber Timbre, Dan Mangan

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Location: Encore Patio (611 Red River St)
Artists: Horse Feathers, These United States

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Location: The Hideout (617 Congress Ave)
Artists: Seabear

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Location: Maggie Mae’s Gibson Room (512 Trinity St)
Artists: The RAA, Miles Benjamin Anthony Robinson

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Location: The Parish (214B E 6th St)
Artists: Joshua James, Greg Laswell, Joe Purdy

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Location: Red Eyed Fly (715 Red River St)
Artists: Pearly Gate Music, The Wooden Birds, Rocky Votolato

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**Location: Soho Lounge (217 E 6th St)**
Artists: The Black Atlantic
**Recommended**

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Location: St David’s Bethell Hall (301 E 8th St)
Artists: Joe Pug, Chris Pureka

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Location: St David’s Historic Sanctuary (301 E 8th St)
Artists: Sharon Van Etten, Anni Rossi, Sarah Jaffe

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Location: Stephen F’s Bar (701 Congress Ave)
Artists: Ruth Moody, Danny Schmidt, The Pines

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WOW, I don’t know what I would do.  Too many shows…it is almost, well, bad because too many shows makes for worthy bands being missed…I guess.

I leave you with the one band I would have on my list and move everyone else around in order to see, The Black Atlantic.  Listen, then please go and see.

“Reverence For Fallen Trees”
I Shall Cross This River”

~Smansmith

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