TGTF Guide to SXSW 2016: Roundup of our coverage so far

By on Monday, 22nd February 2016 at 11:00 am
 

In case you haven’t been paying attention, it’s late February, which means like for the last 4 years running here on TGTF, we’re in the midst of SXSW previewing season. As we’ve got another 3 full weeks to go before the big dance in Austin in mid-March, I thought in case you haven’t gotten SXSW fever just yet, you can do so by diving headfirst into any or all of our SXSW 2016 preview content already available on TGTF.

Many more posts and parts to the TGTF Guide to SXSW 2016 will be coming in the lead-up to the start of SXSW Music on Tuesday, the 15th of March, so keep it here at TGTF for more incredible content!

TGTF Guide to SXSW 2016 overview posts (2, with many more to come, starting next Monday, the 29th of February):

TGTF Guide to SXSW 2016: an introduction and exciting changes to our coverage this year

TGTF Guide to SXSW 2016: BBC Introducing and PRS for Music Foundation’s SXSW 2016 showcase, 16th March 2016, starring Billie Marten, ESTRONS, Frances, Isaac Gracie and The Sherlocks

Bands to Watch previews of SXSW 2016 showcasing artists (16):

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Bands to Watch #366 and #367: The Big Moon and Abjects (England / UK – rock)

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Bands to Watch #368: Banners (England / UK – pop)

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Bands to Watch #369 and #370: The Spook School and WOMPS (Scotland / UK – twee pop vs. punk rock)

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Bands to Watch #371: VANT (England / UK – rock)

Bands to Watch #372 and #373: Fickle Friends and Clean Cut Kid (England / UK – pop)

Bands to Watch #374 and #375: Avec Sans and Plaitum (England / UK – electronic / pop)

Bands to Watch #376: Formation (England / UK – pop / funk)

Bands to Watch #377 and #378: Lusts and Moats (England / UK – rock / shoegaze)

Bands to Watch #379: Roo Panes (England / UK – folk)

Bands to Watch #380: David C Clements (Northern Ireland / UK – folk)

Bands to Watch #381: Declan McKenna (England / UK – pop / political)

Album Reviews Featuring SXSW 2016 Artists (6):

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Single Review: Little Green Cars – The Song They Play Every Night

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Album Review: The Crookes – Lucky Ones

(6 Music Festival 2016 and SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Album Review: Bloc Party – Hymns

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Album Review: Banners – Banners EP

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Album Review: Holy Esque – At Hope’s Ravine

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Album Review: Sunflower Bean – Human Ceremony

Miscellaneous Features Starring SXSW 2016 Artists (14):

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Live Gig Video: The Crookes get dirty and dusty in ‘The World is Waiting’

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Live Gig Video: Honne perform acoustic version of ‘Gone Are the Days’ in Radio 1 piano session

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Video of the Moment #1996: Little Green Cars

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Video of the Moment #1998: Gwenno

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Video of the Moment #1999: The Big Pink

(6 Music Festival 2016 and SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Video of the Moment #2003: Polica

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Video of the Moment #2009: Clean Cut Kid

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Video of the Moment #2012: YAK

(SXSW 2016 and Valentine’s Day flavoured!) MP3 of the Day #894: Honne

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Live Review: Brian Fallon and The Crowes with Jonny Two Bags at The Rock, Tucson, AZ – 11th February 2016

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Video of the Moment #2015: DMA’s

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Video of the Moment #2016: POP ETC

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Video of the Moment #2018: Lust for Youth

(SXSW 2016 flavoured!) Video of the Moment #2020: Hinds

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