Bands I Might Try to See in Austin This Week

UPDATE: I'll post daily roundups of the action and maybe a brief Q&A or two over the next few days but I realized this might actually be an appropriate time to use Twitter. So, sign up for the Post Rock Twitter feed for exclusive instant-haiku tweets/reviews of all the bands I see. Remember how fun and enlightening it was last year?

Check back to see how I do.

Echo and the Bunnymen -- Kurt Vile -- Future of the Left -- The Homosexuals -- The Strange Boys -- Gentleman Jesse & His Men -- Harlem -- Harlem Shakes -- Psychedelic Horses*** -- Mika Miko -- Dexter Romweber Duo -- Box Elders -- Camera Obscura -- Gary War -- Mi Ami -- Bun B -- The Renderers -- Ty Segall -- Crystal Stilts -- Nobunny -- The Thermals -- The Coathangers -- Los Llamarada -- Wavves -- Max Tundra -- Waco Brothers -- Major Stars -- The Entrance Band -- Eat Skull -- The Pains of Being Pure at Heart -- The Soft Pack -- Andre Williams -- Micachu -- The Besties -- Holly Golightly and the Brokeoffs -- Thee Oh Sees -- Endless Boogie -- 18th Dye -- Dinosaur Jr. -- Wovenhand

By David Malitz |  March 17, 2009; 5:43 PM ET SXSW
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Go see Frank Turner and Fake Problems if you can, they're both great.

Posted by: Dntheman1 | March 17, 2009 6:18 PM

No love for Blitzen Trapper?

Posted by: pgmoore | March 17, 2009 7:23 PM

Hell yeah to Ty Segall.
He's on my list of bands to see...whenever he makes it out to the east coast.

Posted by: bweisholtz | March 18, 2009 8:58 AM

Other suggestions:
- The Kin 3/19 5pm@Moonstar and 9pm@Hilton Garden Inn, 3/20 1245@Whole Foods Roof Deck 8pm@ThinkPR Party, 3/21 4pm@Viper Room, 1130pm@Thirsty Nickel
- Green River Ordinance 3/20 8pm@Mother Egans
- Wideawake 3/21 10pm@Blind Pig

Posted by: franchiseinATL | March 18, 2009 12:01 PM

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