SXSW Schedules for Alex Winston, Rubblebucket, ON AN ON, Jack + Eliza, We Are The Willows, T. Hardy Morris


Alex Winston:Facebook / SoundCloud 



Alex Winston (NYC/Detroit) will release her new album this summer via 300 Entertainment. She has already garnered praise for her latest work on the strength of the single “Careless”, Which Stereogum glowingly lauded as “superb” while Grantland emphatically endorsed as “the score you’d want were you about to hang glide off a cliff.”


Tuesday, March 17 – Rolling Stone Day Party @ Mellow Johnny’s – 2:35 pm

Wednesday, March 18 – Samsung Presents 300 Showcase @ Old Post Office – 6pm

Wednesday, March 18 – ASCAP Official Showcase @ Red Eye Fly – 8:45pm

Friday, March 20 – Audiotree Showcase @ Licha’s Cantina – 12 pm

Friday, March 20 – Red Gorilla Showcase @ The Blind Pig Pub – 1:00am

Saturday, March 21 – Revolt Showcase @ Eisenhower – 1:15pm

Saturday, March 21 – Neon Gold showcase @ Empire Garage and Control room – 10pm


Rubblebucket:Facebook / SoundCloud



Rubblebucket’s (Brooklyn, NY) recently released album Survival Sounds has been praised as “baroque pop of the extremely epic variety,” by Noisey, and according to Spin, the band has won much deserved “notoriety by coalescing bright hooks with a complete disregard for genre convention.” Their song “Carousel Ride” was named as one of NPR Music’s top songs of 2014.


Wednesday, March 18 – Sounds Toys Party @ Brixton – 5:00pm

Thursday, March 19th – The Yard by The Most Definitely @ La Barbecue – 1:30pm

Thursday, March 19th – IFC Fairgrounds @ Palm Park – 8:00pm

Friday, March 20th – Roll Call / Indie Shuffle Showcase @ Blackheart – 1:00am

Saturday, March 21st – Do512’s The Big One @ Empire Control Room – 1:45pm

Saturday, March 21st – Wild Honey Pie’s Beehive @ Scoot Inn – 5:00pm


Jack + Eliza:Facebook / SoundCloud



New York City’s Jack + Eliza will release their debut album, Gentle Warnings on June 9th via Yebo Music. The duo burst onto the scene last year with their critically acclaimed EP No Wonders. Their new album builds upon and incorporates some of the songs that comprised their debut EP, which won plaudits for the way their “vocals entwined in a sun-dappled embrace akin to the harmonies of John and Michelle Phillips and Mama Cass,” (Noisey), and captured what Consequence of Sound described as the “exuberance of youthful energy.”


Wednesday, March 18th – BANNERs Showcase @ The Sidebar – 4:30 pm

Thursday, March 19th – Pancakes + Whiskey Showcase @ Spider House – 6:30 pm

Thursday, March 19th – Official Showcase @ Stephen F’s Bar – 9:00 pm

Friday, March 20th – Quantum Collective Showcase @ Whole Foods Rooftop – 12:30 pm

Friday, March 20th – BANJOs to Beats Party @ 219 West – 4:00 pm


ON AN ON:Facebook / SoundCloud



The Minneapolis trio have a big year ahead of them in 2015 as they prepare for the forthcoming release of their sophomore album later this summer. The follow up to their critically acclaimed debut Give In, the new album was recorded at the famous Sunset Sound in Los Angeles with legendary producer Joe Chiccarelli (Spoon, White Stripes, The Shins, My Morning Jacket).


Wednesday, March 18th – Stage Hop Party @ The Parish – 3:35 pm

Thursday, March 19th – UMG Experience @ Palm Door – 12:00 PM

Friday, March 20th – Culture Collide / Tillys Party @ Clive Bar 5:00 pm

Friday, March 20th – Roll Call Records/Indie Shuffle Showcase @ Blackheart – 11:00 PM

Saturday, March 21st – Quantum Collective @ Whole Foods Rooftop – 11:35 AM


We Are The Willows:Facebook / SoundCloud



The Minneapolis band’s new album and the compelling story behind its beautiful music has been featured on NPR Morning Edition and Buzzfeed among others, with Brooklyn Vegan aptly describing their sound as “”orchestral indie rock that’s not too far removed from Illinoise-era Sufjan.”


Monday, March 16th – Freaks Meet Folks Fest- Spider House Ballroom – 9:15 PM

Thursday, March 19th – Charged.FM presents: Wow!  High Five Showcase! – 5:15 PM

Friday, March 20th – First Ave, Majestic, Metro and Etix: Midwest Showcase 12:00 PM


T. Hardy Morris:Facebook / SoundCloud



Following tour dates as one of the members of diamond Rugs, T. Hardy Morris will release his sophomore album. The first single “Painted on Attitude”, gives fans a taste of what is to come sonically from the Athens, GA based musician. A strangely complimentary mix of rollicking lo-fi southern rock pedal steel twang run through a grunge punk buzzsaw, “Painted On Attitude” showcases Morris’ snarling yet tuneful vocals on the sharp end of the blade.


Stream “Painted On Attitude” on Consequence of Sound via SoundCloud

Thursday, March 19th – Dangerbird Showcase @ Red 7 – 11:00 PM

Saturday, March 21st – GQ/Jam In The Van Pool Party @ JITV/GQ House

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