Wolf Alice live at The Parish, Austin SXSW 2015

Without ever having listened to any of Wolf Alice‘s songs but somehow knowing that this might be a cool UK band to see, we headed over to The Parish where there was luckily no waiting in line for us and where we could instantly find ourselves in the middle of an exhilarating show! Wolf[…]


SXSW in Austin, Texas wrapped up last Sunday and most attendants agree that it was an improvement over last year’s event: it was slightly smaller, better organized and felt a good deal safer. The New York Times sums it up: This year SXSW took a small yet welcome step back[…]

Dreamers live at Main II, Austin SXSW 2015

When preparing a “schedule” for SXSW, it becomes very quickly apparent that Wednesday and Thursday are the days with the most shows and parties. Every hour one could go see at least five favorite bands! Not so day one of the festival, Tuesday. Granted, my partner in crime and I[…]

SXSW Day 4 (part 1): The Districts // George Maple // Mansionair

From my perspective this was supposed to be Ibeyi day, so we rushed to the convention center to pick up SXXpress passes (some sort of wildcard that can help to get into a venue in time) for their evening show at the church. After attending a panel we decided to[…]

SXSW Day 3 (part 1): Ibeyi // Honduras // Highly Suspect

This was the day when I wanted to see Ibeyi, my number one must see for this year. I saw them, kind of: there was a 90 minutes line at the Spotify House and most of the show I attended from behind a noisy generator. We made it in for[…]

SXSW Day 2 part 1: Kate Boy // Wolf Alice // Young Ejecta

Wednesday turned out to be a perfect day: we could execute our plan with no waiting times. After attending some sessions at the Convention Center, the first live show was Kate Boy at Red 7, a three piece from Sweden, who perform with electronic drums, bass and keyboards. Singer Kate[…]