Two Democratic senators are asking SXSW to move out of Texas over new anti-immigrant law

It seems unlikely for SXSW to move out of the city it has called home for the last three decades, but who knows?
In News by Andy Cush / Spin / June 7, 2017

‘Patti Cake$’ is a festival darling of a film

Festivals tend to reward new takes on the same old tale. "Patti Cake$" fits that bill perfectly.
In Entertainment by Jonathan Poritsky / March 17, 2017

‘Person to Person’ is a sprawling collage of life in New York (but in a good way)

After six years, director Dustin Guy Defa ("Bad Fever") returns to the SXSW Film Festival.
In Entertainment by Jonathan Poritsky / March 11, 2017

A review of the 2017 SXSW Film Festival pocket guide

I’m no expert. Just a man taking time out of his day to write about something inconsequential.
In News by Jonathan Poritsky / March 9, 2017

Shots fired (literally) at SXSW

As if you needed another reason to avoid SXSW.
In News by Jamie Peck / March 21, 2016

Nude penthouse parties, speakeasies, gypsies: When you keep saying ‘Yes’ at SXSW

<span>I have to be careful as I tell this. So pardon the occasional vaguery or redaction, but </span><span>it is only through secrets that the true story of Austin, Texas, can be told, and they must be handled with care.</span>
In Music by Will Cady / March 25, 2015

Alex Da Kid: ‘Blurred Lines’ verdict ‘doesn’t apply to the Internet Age’

Alex Da Kid is globally recognized as one of the music industry’s elite creative forces and locally recognized as a captain of industry, having captured the attention of Los Angeles mayor Eric Garcetti and a swath of entertainment tycoons.
In Music by Will Cady / March 23, 2015

Bob Moses: The drunk SXSW interview

SXSW is fueled by three main ingredients: spontaneity, music, and alcohol. The resulting whirlwind party atmosphere creates the unique opportunity to drunkenly accost buzzing musicians and have that be socially acceptable. So that’s exactly what we did.
In News by Will Cady / March 20, 2015

A$AP Rocky’s new album features FKA twigs, Lykke Li

The album was executive produced by Danger Mouse and the late A$AP Yams.
In Music by Drew Salisbury / March 20, 2015
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