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Australia’s Gang Of Youths and Stonefield Lead Australia’s First SXSW Announcement for 2018

by Noise11.com on October 12, 2017

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Sydney’s Gang of Youth’s and Mt Macedon’s Stonefield lead the list of first Aussie acts named for SXSW 2018 while New Zealand will be represented by Marlon Williams.

19 Australian acts and three Kiwis were announced today in SXSW’s first 200 showcasing acts.

750 Australian’s went to SXSW in 2017. 245 have already registered for the music conference in Austin in 2018.

The first artist announcement features:

Bad Pony (Sydney)
Brightness (Newcastle)
Castlecomer (Sydney)
Cursed Earth(Perth)
Stella Donnelly (Fremantle)
Fatai (Melbourne)
Gang Of Youths (Sydney)
Hatchie (Brisbane)
Jade Imagine (Melbourne)
Ruby Fields (Sydney)
Benji Lewis (Melbourne)
Dean Lewis (Sydney)
Lolo Lovina (Sydney)
Sloan Peterson (Sydney)
Jess Ribeiro (Melbourne)
RVG (Melbourne)
Stonefield (Melbourne)
Totally Mild (Melbourne)
Voyager (Perth)

Fis and Rob Thorne (Palmerston North)
October (Auckland)
Marlon Williams (Christchurch)

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