SXSW 2012 Unofficial Day Party
I Blame Yoko Day / Heave Media
Day Party Showcase at SXSW 2012
a FREE UnOfficial Day Party Showcase
I BLAME YOKO and HEAVE Media are puttin on a show this March at B.D. Riley's on 6th during SXSW 2012! A total of 7 bands will be performing on Wednesday, March 14th from 12 - 5pm. The event is FREE to attend and the first 250 people through the door will receive one free drink ticket good for a beer, wine or cocktail of their choice.
I BLAME YOKO / HEAVE MEDIA SXSW Mixer
Official Twitter Hash tag: #iblameyokodayparty
I Blame Yoko / Heave Media
Un-Official SXSW Day Party Showcase
Wednesday, March 14th 2012
B.D. Riley's Irish Pub
204 E 6th Street
Austin, TX 78701
12 - 5pm
First 250 People = One Free Beer, Wine or Cocktail of your Choice
BANDS / Lineup
Archie Powell & The Exports (Chicago, IL)
“What defines Archie Powell & the Exports is the startling juxtaposition between their happy-go-lucky sound and Archie’s surprisingly dark lyrics, chock full of sardonic social commentary. Expect nothing less from Great Ideas in Action.” - MXDWN.com
SON of the SUN (Buffalo, NY)
""With a timeless sound that both modern and nostalgic, Son of the Sun combines classic, Beatles-esque melodies with distorted, reverberated guitar layers that recall the likes of Brian Jonestown Massacre and Black Rebel Motorcycle Club" - Performer Magazine
Netherfriends (Chicago, IL)
"The entire album is an outstanding summation of youthful desires, fears and uncertainty, in a world that puts obstacles in the way of your dreams." - RVA Magazine"
Radiation City (Portland, OR)
"one of the year's more charming debuts which drifts between moody, organ-driven numbers and more upbeat pop" - Brooklyn Vegan
The Wandas (Boston, MA)
""I can't get tired of this one" - USA TODAY"
Paper Thick Walls (Chicago, IL)
"“In case you haven’t heard of Paper Thick Walls, don’t worry, you soon will. The sound that comes from within the depths of this band is colorful, carefree, and it’s warmth gives you something to believe in.” - WhiteJacketPhilanthropist.com"
The Tins (Buffalo, NY)
"Santillo and Putzer’s binary vocal deliveries, their coexisting keyboard and guitar work and insightful lyrics drive “The Green Room” and the Tins to places so rarely visited by debut recordings."- Pretty Much Amazing "