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SXSW Announces First Round Of Australian Artists For 2017

by Paul Cashmere on September 7, 2016

in News,Noise Pro

SXSW has announced 50 acts for the conference and music festival for Austin 2017 with nine Australian acts already in the first round.

SXSW 2017 will feature:

Vera Blue (Forbes)
Alex Cameron (Sydney)
Alex Lahey (Melbourne)
Demi Louise (Melbourne)
Polarheart (Sydney)
Running Touch (Melbourne)
Oscar Key Sun (Melbourne)
Throttle (Melbourne)
Wafia (Brisbane)

The full list of first round acts is:

Akina Adderley & The Vintage Playboys (Austin TX)
Agosto (San Isidro ARGENTINA)
Alex Napping (Austin TX)
Rocky Banks (Houston TX)
Vera Blue (Forbes AUSTRALIA)
BOOHER (Austin TX)
Cory Branan (Nashville TN)
Allysen Callery (Bristol RI)
Alex Cameron (Sydney AUSTRALIA)
Laura Carbone (Mannheim GERMANY)
Chain of Flowers (Cardiff UK-ENGLAND)
Chain Wallet (Bergen NORWAY)
Chelou (London UK-ENGLAND)
Crater (Seattle WA)
Creepoid (Philadelphia PA)
Diet Cig (New Paltz NY)
Dubfire (Washington DC)
Forth Wanderers (Montclair NJ)
FOXTRAX (Los Angeles CA)
Colin Gilmore (Austin TX)
Henry Hall (New York NY)
Hard Proof (Austin TX)
Hoops (Bloomington IN)
Jain (Paris FRANCE)
Tameca Jones (Austin TX)
King Cayman (Madrid SPAIN)
Alex Lahey (Melbourne AUSTRALIA)
Lazyeyes (Brooklyn NY)
Carlo Lio (Toronto CANADA)
Demi Louise (Boronia AUSTRALIA)
Elizabeth McQueen (EMQ and Psiplay) (Austin TX)
Misimplicity (Austin TX)
My Education (Austin TX)
Never Young (Oakland CA)
Agnes Obel (Berlin GERMANY)
Pastel Ghost (Brooklyn NY)
Sara ∏ (Barcelona SPAIN)
Polarheart (Sydney AUSTRALIA)
The Quebe Sisters (Dallas TX)
Ratboys (Chicago IL)
Running Touch (Melbourne AUSTRALIA)
San Fermin (Brooklyn NY)
Oscar Key Sung (Melbourne AUSTRALIA)
S U R V I V E (Austin TX)
Tasha the Amazon (Toronto CANADA)
Throttle (Melbourne AUSTRALIA)
Adam Torres (Austin TX)
Trudy and the Romance (London UK-ENGLAND)
Wafia (Brisbane AUSTRALIA)
Miss Lavelle White and the L Men (Austin TX)
Yoke Lore (Brooklyn NY)
Jesse Colin Young (Kona HI)
Yung Gordon (Miami FL)

SXSW is accepting entries for the best digital creative work for the Interactive Innovation Awards, until December 2, 2016, video game projects for the SXSW Gaming Awards until December 2, 2016, inventive startups for the SXSW Accelerator competition until November 11, 2016 and a special pitch competition in Startup Village called ReleaseIt at SXSW until January 13, 2017.

SXSW Film Festival is accepting Feature Film, Short Film & Music Video submissions until October 20, 2016. Submit now for a reduced rate.

SXSW Music Festival is accepting Artist Applications through Sonicbids until October 21, 2016. Apply early for a discounted rate.

SXSW dedicates itself to helping creative people achieve their goals. Founded in 1987 in Austin, Texas, SXSW is best known for its conference and festivals that celebrate the convergence of the interactive, film and music industries. The event, an essential destination for global professionals, features sessions, showcases, screenings, exhibitions, and a variety of networking opportunities. SXSW proves that the most unexpected discoveries happen when diverse topics and people come together. SXSW 2017 will take place March 10-19, 2017.

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