SXSW 2018 2018-03-13

1

Vita and the Woolf Philadelphia PA

4.75 0.00 Big anthemic pop with rock flares. The lead vocalist's soulful voice is a powerhouse.
2

Lo Moon Los Angeles CA

4.67 0.00 3-piece dreamy/atmospheric indie rock with a cinematic sheen.
3

Sam Fender Newcastle Upon Tyne UK-ENGLAND

4.67 0.00 This guy puts his soulful vocal over a clanging, echoing electric guitar and takes the singer-songwriter genre up a notch.
4

Lucy Dacus Richmond VA

4.50 2.55 Singer/songwriter with a folk rock vibe. Her vocal is smooth and effortless.
5

Alice Ivy Melbourne AUSTRALIA

4.50 0.00 Like RJD2, The Avalanches and Kraak & Smaak, Alice samples a mix of old school hip hop, bright brass and head bobbing drum samples. She mixes in live vocals and bass during live shows.
6

MEUTE Hamburg GERMANY

4.50 0.00 A big brass-heavy modern instrumental band. Their songs range from EDM covers, to introspective mellow tracks all the way to joyfully raucous dance jams.
7

L/O/O/N Bergen NORWAY

4.50 0.00 Original EDM/Electronica Producer out of Norway
8

Dermot Kennedy Dublin IRELAND

4.50 0.00 Introspective folk-rock singer/songwriter with a passionate gritty vocal over a mix of acoustic and electronic textures. Similar to Jack Garratt.
9

Joshua Burnside Belfast, UK-N. IRELAND

4.50 0.00 Folk-rock with a Josh Ritter meets Andrew Bird vibe. Some songs are playful string-textured jams while others are emotional folk mini-sagas.
10

Otzeki London, UK-ENGLAND

4.50 0.00 Electro-goth-pop from two cousins. It’s got a sort of Depeche Mode meets David Lynch film thing going on.