Listen to This Week @ SXSW for a weekly SXSWfm specialty show stream on MixCloud. It focuses on indie, rock, pop, singer-songwriter, and hip hop music (about an hour long). This is a good way to catch up on new artists the Music Fest team has added to the lineup every week.
SXSWfm is the official internet radio stream of the South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival which will celebrate its 30th anniversary in Austin, Texas from March 15-20, 2016. This is a great way to discover new music.
This Week @ SXSW (2/19/2016) – 52 min
This episode includes the following artists and songs.
- Wye Oak – Fish
- Growl – Afra & Me
- Givers – Ripe
- Nobunny – Mask’s On
- Acid Dad – Grim
- Future Punk – Ever You Go
- Capsula – Candle Candle
- Hibou – Dissolve
- San Proper – It’s Here
- CoCo Rosie – Tim and Tina
- MSTRKRFT – Easy Love
- Bibi Bourelly – Ego
- BJ The Chicago Kid – Church (feat Chance The R.)
SXSW 2016 Weekly Artist Adds (Feb 19) – 91 songs, 6 hr 12 min
Also listen on this Spotify playlist for more SXSW 2016 Showcasing Artists that are added to the schedule every Friday. For more details about artists, venues, and times, check out the full SXSW Schedule. This playlist includes over 90 songs with about 6 hours of music!
If you want to listen to even more SXSW music, listen to the Official SXSW Music 2016 Complete Playlist with over 1,000 songs and 71 hours.
You can play all the songs in order from the beginning, or you can use the shuffle feature if you want to randomly play songs from the playlist. You can view the Play Queue to see the next tracks to be played after the current track, which is always displayed in lower left corner.
You can click the plus (+) icon next to the song title or select Save to Your Music (right click) to save Songs under Your Music, or you can Add to Playlist with a right click selection (or drag-and-drop) to your own playlist in the sidebar.
There’s a pause/play button available if you want to suspend or resume the playlist, as well as left and right arrow to go back or skip forward. For example, this allows you to skip songs you don’t like or don’t want to listen to (like those marked as explicit or you don’t like certain styles like hip-hop).