We are partnering with Tampa-based label New Granada for a two-day SXSW afternoon party at The Ghost Room . The parties will feature a number of New Granada bands as well as several artists from the Team Clermont roster. The event runs from 12PM to 6PM on Friday, March 19th and Saturday, March 20th. Details and bands are listed below. Hope to see you there!
What: New Granada Records & Team Clermont Day Parties
Where: The Ghost Room 304 West 4th Street
When: Friday, March 19th & Saturday, March 20th
Time: 12PM – 6PM
FRIDAY MARCH 19:
12:00 – Rec Center (Tampa)
01:00 – Venice Is Sinking (Athens)
02:00 – The Tenant (Austin/Orlando)
03:00 – Zillionaire (Tampa)
04:00 – New Roman Times (Austin)
05:00 – The Lows Lows (Austin)
SATURDAY MARCH 20:
12:00 – Packway Handle Band (Athens)
01:00 – Capybara (Kansas City)
02:00 – Red Room Cinema (Tampa)
03:00 – King Of Spain (Tampa)
04:00 – Yukon Blonde (Canada)
05:00 – Casper & The Cookies (Athens)
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These parties are free and open to the public.
We are proud to announce the line-up for our annual SXSW College Party! This year we will be hosting it alongside MBV Music and we’re presenting an eclectic and incredible lineup of performers:
12:00 Venice Is Sinking
12:50 Jeremy Jay
1:40 Collections of Colonies of Bees
3:20 Dengue Fever
5:00 SPECIAL GUESTS
The entire event will be emceed by ExcaliBRAH , and we will be giving away vinyl from Asthmatic Kitty, K Records, Hometapes, Yep Roc, ATO, Domino, Warner Bros., Nonesuch, Merge, Dead Oceans, Old Flame and many many more! We will putting all of that vinyl in one of a kind tote bags designed by Lauren Gregg!
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See you in Austin!
It’s been a busy year for Athens-based group, Venice is Sinking. Earlier this spring, the quintet released its second full-length, the Scott Solter-produced ambient-pop gem, AZAR. This fall, the group returned with The Okay EP – a maxi-single of sorts – composed of alternate versions of AZAR songs, album cuts “Ryan’s Song” and “Okay”, and two covers of songs written by the Bay-Area one-man pop machine, Marty Anderson (who plays under the name, Okay). Phew, that’s a lot of Okays.
One of the Okay covers, “Compass,” has been getting a lot of love over at The Hype Machine
Head on over there and see what all the buzz is about.