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The Onion AV Club SXSW Day Show.. Revealed!

One of my favorite yearly events so they get their own blog post.

The A.V. Club/Canvas Media/Flowerbooking Present:
Friday, March 19 at the Mohawk
March Into Softness 2010

Frightened Rabbit (5pm)
Everybody Was In The French Resistance… Now (4pm)
The Rural Alberta Advantage (3pm)
The Wooden Birds (2pm)
We Were Promised Jetpacks (1pm)
Still Life Still (12pm)

Jason Collett (With Zeus) (5:15pm)
Tobacco (4:15pm)
BRAHMS (3:15pm)
Sally Seltmann (2:15pm)
Malachai (1:15pm)
Tigersapien. (12:15pm)

As usual, there’s no badge or wristband required, and we’ll even have stuff from Starbucks and Brooklyn Brewery to give away. (To ensure you get that stuff, RSVP here.) It’s a veritable orgy of free. All this, plus the very good chance you’ll spot a member of The A.V. Club staff hanging out, just awaiting your constructive criticism and a firm bro-hug. See you there.

Filter Day Shows During SXSW, All Your Friends Are Here

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Supply & Demand Music presents

at Dominican Joe, 515 South Congress Avenue, Austin, TX
free and open to the public

1:30PM – Peter Wolf Crier
2:30PM – Spirits Of The Red City
3:30PM – Dosh
4:30PM – The Mynabirds
5:30PM – Vandaveer

2:00PM – Dinosaur Feathers
3:00PM – Paleo
4:00PM – Dark Dark Dark
5:00PM – La Strada

RSVP here

Paste Day Shows During SXSW Include Low Anthem, Frightened Rabbit, Fanfarlo, Lou Barlow, More

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Tonight in Columbus: Frightened Rabbit (@ Skully’s)

Frightened Rabbit = Twilight SadMy Bloody Valentine

The kids from Scotland, who were last in town this spring, will be playing at Skully’s tonight opening (yeah, I know, but at least that means they’ll play earlier) for the Spinto Band, stars of the Donewaiting SXSW Day Party. While the critics have heaped praise on Frightened Rabbit, what really matters is that LISTENERS (and message board posters) have been calling The Midnight Organ Fight the album of the year. The band JUST (like, on Tuesday) released a live acoustic album, Liver! Lung! FR!, documenting a show performed in Glasgow in July and it features Twilight Sad singer James Graham on “Keep Yourself Warm”.

Kevin interviewed the band last time they were in town for the Agit Reader and I’m sure today’s Alive will have an interview or preview from Deville.

This’ll be a good one. Don’t miss it.