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SXSW joint showcase with Burger Records + new tracks by Far Corners and Andrew Graham & Swarming Branch

A little last minute, but pretty excited about this. In lieu of the crazy three-day showcase I took part in last year in conjunction with Trailer Space Records, I Hate Rock n Roll, and Phil from the Strange Boys, I'll be part of this showcase on Friday, March 16th, at the Grand Pool Hall. Also, I posted a new track each from Far Corners and Andrew Graham & Swarming Branch, who both have 7"s due out very soon on Volar.

Volar/Burger SXSW showcase, Friday, December 16th
at the Grand Pool Hall, located at 4631 Airport Blvd,
Ste 121, Austin, TX 78751
11:00 – PRE-PARTY w/ MOM
12:00 – HECTORS PETS
12:30 – THE SHIVAS
1:00 - SHARK TOYS
1:30 - CRYSTAL ANTLERS
2:00 – GRAPE STREET
2:30 – MISSING MONUMENTS
3:00 – ERIC & THE HAPPY THOUGHTS
3:30 – LAS ARDILLAS
4:00 – TIGER HIGH
4:30 –KING TUFF
5:00 - MRS. MAGICIAN
5:30 – LUST CATS OF THE GUTTER
6:00 – BLUE JUNGLE
6:30 - STALINS OF SOUND
7:00 – THE ABIGAILS
7:30 – DEAD GHOSTS
8:00 – BURNT ONES
8:30 – DIARRHEA PLANET
9:00 –DESTRUCTION UNIT
9:30 – BAD SPORTS
10:00 – GRAVYS DROP
10:30 – NATURAL CHILD
11:00 – FEEDING PEOPLE
11:30 – SUMMER TWINS
12:00 - COSMONAUTS
12:30--COLD SHOWERS
1:00 - THE RESONARS



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