SXSW Music Week Adds 118 New Acts Like Japanese Breakfast, José Feliciano

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Feb 20, 2020

Posted By Tracy Fuller

I am a music enthusiast with a deep love for the energy of crowded venues, loud music, & passionate fans. I have a diverse background that includes private security, talent buying, festival security planning, & media relations. I've also worked as a camera operator for various projects, including music videos featuring notable artists like Bernz, Tech N9ne, & Krizz Kaliko. Additionally, I am a camera operator for Full Moon Features, where I contribute to the production of horror movies.
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One month from now, South by Southwest unleashes Music week. As of this morning, that now incorporates indie favorite Japanese Breakfast, Nigerian pop breakout Mr Eazi, and Puerto Rican nylon-string guitar wizard José Feliciano, who thus becomes the festival’s most iconic instrumentalist.

Japanese Breakfast’s spousal duo Michelle Zauner & Peter Bradley playing at Fader Fort during SXSW 2019.

Also added to the expanding roster are Portland garage favorites the Shivas, Bay Area rapper Nef the Pharaoh, soft vocal stylist Col3trane, songwriter’s songwriter David Dondero, industrial goth rock go-to drummer Martin Atkins, and 99 Neighbors, a young DIY hip-hop/rock cooperative from Burlington, Vt.

In its eighth artist list, SXSW music week extends to amass global talent. Welcome Israeli singer Noga Erez, Monterrey DJ Nurrydog, South African art-rockers Blk Jks, and Canadian-born/California-based lyrical beast Dax.

Austin punk trio Borzoi, meanwhile, sticks to its origin story about Melbourne, Australia. Other hometown picks highlighting today’s list include Sweet SpiritSun JuneGrupo Fantasma, and Bright Light Social Hour. There’s also B1BragglightsClemente Castillo, the DeerDJ Hella YellaGodjknowledge & the TrendsettersGrupo FantasmaKydd Jones, the LagoonsMilunaPale DianReueSertifiedDieSloSingle LashSpirit Ghost, and Wet Dip.

Check Out The SXSW Music Week Additions:

99 Neighbors (Burlington, VT.)

Adzua (Dallas)

Akinyemi (Queens Village, NY.)

Alexxxandrina (Monterrey, Mexico)

Alice Longyu Gao (New York, NY.)

Amaarae (Brooklyn, NY.)

Amy Root (Amsterdam, Netherlands)

Angel Cintron (San Antonio)

Astragal (Houston)

B1 (Austin)

Blk Jks (Johannesburg, South Africa)

Borzoi (Melbourne, Australia)

Bragglights (Austin)

Bright Light Social Hour (Austin)

Céu (Sao Paulo, Brazil)

Max Chinasky (Cancun, Mexico)

Clemente Castillo (Austin)

Col3trane (London, England)

Dan Luke & the Raid (Bowling Green, KY.)

David Dondero (Duluth, MN.)

Dax (Ottawa, Canada)

The Deer (Austin)

Deezie Brown (Bastrop)

Demi Grace (New York)

DJ Cee Watts (Houston)

DJ Hella Yella (Austin)

DJ Iceberg (Atlanta, GA.)

Donald Lauture (Montreal, Canada)

Dwagie (Tainan, Taiwan)

Earth Boys (Brooklyn, NY.)

Ebo (Memphis, TN.)

Ellie Prohan (London, England)

Ezra Furman (Chicago, IL.)

Fever Beam (Tampa, FL.)

FH Snoop (Philadelphia, PA.)

Fly Hendrix (San Francisco, CA.)

Foozool (San Francisco, CA.)

Geexella (Jacksonville, FL.)

GoDJKnowledge & the Trendsetters (Austin)

Goyo (Chocó, Columbia)

Grupo Fantasma (Austin)

Houndmouth (New Albany, IN.)

Hounds (St. Louis, MO.)

The Iguanas (New Orleans, LA.)

Japanese Breakfast (New York, NY.)

Jasper Bones (Los Angeles, CA.)

Jaymes Ward (Harrisburg, PA.)

J. Harcrow (Fort Worth)

John Vincent III (Los Angeles, CA.)

Jonathas (Rio De Jainero, Brazil)

Jordan Moser (Wimberley)

José Feliciano (Lares, Puerto Rico)

JP Saxe (Toronto, Canada)

Karma Rivera (Portland, OR.)

Katy Kirby (Spicewood)

Kidi (Kwahu, Ghana)

King No-One (York, England)

Kirby (Memphis, TN.)

Kydd Jones (Austin)

Labrys (Norman, OK.)

The Lagoons (Austin)

Laser Background (Philadelphia, PA.)

Ledef (San Antonio)

Lele Rose (Washington, D.C.)

Little Jesus (Mexico City)

L Twill (Hamburg, Germany)

Mai Khoi (Hanoi, Vietnam)

Martin Atkins (Decatur, IL.)

Mira Fahrenheit (Detroit, MI.)

Miss Girl6 (Philadelphia, PA.)

Mluna (Austin)

Mothermary (New York, NY.)

Mr Eazi (Lagos, Nigeria)

Nef the Pharaoh (Vallejo, CA.)

Ness Heads (Chicago, IL.)

Noga Erez (Tel Aviv, Israel)

No Swoon (Brooklyn, NY.)

Nurrydog (Monterrey, Mexico)

Ollie Voso (Baltimore, MD.)

OMB Peezy (Mobile, AL.)

Pale Dian (Austin)

Parlor Walls (Brooklyn, NY.)

Peach Tree Rascals (San Jose, CA.)

Perreo Millenial (Mexico City)

Pineappleciti (Edison, NJ.)

Pinty (London, England)

Poorstacy (Boca Raton, FL.)

Portrait XO (Berlin, Germany)

Propain (Houston)

Ratchetón (Los Angeles, CA.)

Reue (Austin)

Ron Wilkins (San Antonio)

Russell Elliot (Brooklyn, NY.)

Ryan Cassata (Los Angeles, CA.)

Sertified & Dieslo (Austin)

Sharkmuffin (Brooklyn, NY.)

Sharna Bass (London, England)

Shelita (Los Angeles, CA.)

The Shivas (Portland, OR.)

Single Lash (Austin)

Skyblew (Chapel Hill, NC.)

Spirit Ghost (Austin)

Sports Team (London, England)

Stephan (Charleston, SC.)

Stephanie Poetri (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Stephen Clair (Beacon, NY.)

Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys (Scott, LA.)

Sun June (Austin)

Sweet Spirit (Austin)

Swsh (Los Angeles, CA.)

Sydney Wright (Austin)

Tenci (Chicago, IL.)

Thee Phantom & the Illharmonic Orchestra (Philadelphia, PA.)

Vi$ion (San Antonio)

Vivendii Sound (Lagos, Nigeria)

Wet Dip (Austin)

Worldwide (San Antonio)

Zach Winters (Tulsa, OK.)

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