New Jersey’s Titus Andronicus put on a ferocious set at the Beauty Bar on Thursday night. The next afternoon, they unwound at Lustre Pearl and talked about their beginnings, their influences, and the joys of being a Jersey band.
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Los Angeles Times music critic Ann Powers began her career writing for the late, great Seattle rock magazine The Rocket. She’s also co-written a book with Tori Amos. Ann shared interview stories and information about new projects with PopMatters.
Northampton, UK chanteuse VV Brown thrilled SXSW audiences with her vivacious stage presence and genre-hopping sound. Her debut album, Travelling Like the Light, will be released in April, but as she told PopMatters, her interests include music, comics, and fashion.
Rock journalist Christopher Weingarten came to SXSW with the goal of seeing 100 bands. When I caught up with him, he was up to 27 bands. Then again, this is a guy who once reviewed 1,000 albums on Twitter. You can follow him via Twitter and watch him in action at last year’s 140 Characters Conference where he discusses state of music writing.
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