Posts Tagged ‘sxsw’


Anthony Mariani
Though the show is not sanctioned, Fort Worth super-group EPIC RUINS will be performing in downtown Austin during SXSW at Skinny’s Ballroom and Radio Station (115 San Jacinto Street, between 2nd Street and Caesar Chavez) as p...

The Orbans to Play SXSW

Anthony Mariani
As I first Tweeted, Fort Worth roots-rockers The Orbans will be playing a sanctioned SWSW showcase this year, bringing the grand total of Fort Worth/817 artists slated to play sanctioned showcases at the annual Austin-located m...

More FW at SXSW: Three More Acts Announced

Anthony Mariani
Fort Worth punks the Mind Spiders, Fort Worth rapper Snow The Product, and Fort Worth R&B sensation The World Famous Tony Williams also will be playing sanctioned showcases at the annual SXSW Music Festival, bringing the gr...

Fort Worth’s Complete Playing SXSW

Anthony Mariani
For the third or fourth consecutive year in a row, Fort Worth throwback metal-heads Complete will play a sanctioned showcase at the annual SXSW Music Festival (mid-March), bringing the grand total of Fort Worth/817 acts slated...

Telegraph Canyon to Play SXSW

Anthony Mariani
Along with The Burning Hotels, who tore up South-by in non-sanctioned showcases in recent years, Telegraph Canyon has been invited to play a sanctioned showcase this year, bringing the grand total of Fort Worth acts slated to p...

What SXSW Says About FW

The local scene can get deeper while everyone else wades in the shallows.
I spent the past six SXSW festivals running up and down 6th Street trying to catch every band I possibly could. Not this year, though. I saw plenty of good shows, like Band of Skulls, Imaad Wasif, Low Anthem, and Miike Snow, bu...

More Telegraph Canyon at SXSW

Anthony Mariani
The Ale House was packed for Telegraph Canyon‘s officially sanctioned SXSW showcase on Saturday night.

Complete at SXSW

Anthony Mariani
Fort Worth hard-rockers Complete played to a decently sized crowd at The Dirty Dog in Austin as part of SXSW 2010.

SXSW in Pictures

Anthony Mariani

March (SXSW) Madness

Anthony Mariani