Thursday lineup HERE. Saturday lineup HERE, and here's the Friday (3/18) lineup for the FREE BrooklynVegan SXSW day parties at Cheer Up Charlies (900 Red River St, the old Club Deville location, next to Mohawk). We're taking over the Austin venue's two stages from noon-6pm each day,

RSVP at Do512 for all three days, and enter to win a Gretsch guitar while you’re at it.


12:00 KING
01:00 Alex G
01:45 Night Beats
02:30 Whitney
3:15 Yuck
4:00 Prince Rama
5:00 Cocorosie

12:00 Vaadat Charigim
12:45 Ninet Tayeb
1:30 Tacocat
2:15 Slingshot Dakota
3:00 Pinegrove
3:45 All Dogs
4:30 Margaret Glaspy
5:30 Kevin Morby

21+ to get in to this one. Complimentary cocktails from Deep Eddy vodka, while they last starting at noon.. RSVP for all three days.

We're kicking Friday off inside with two artists from Israel, co-presented by Israeli fest Tune In Tel Aviv: Burger Records-approved shoegazers Vaadat Charigim and alt-pop singer Ninet Tayeb (who we just caught rescuing Porcupine Tree's Steven Wilson at Beacon Theater).

After that, it's feminist punks Tacocat, followed by the driving piano-led pop duo Slingshot Dakota. Then it's Montclair, NJ indie rockers Pinegrove whose new album on Run For Cover has been getting a lot of buzz (including from us), followed by Ohio indie punks All Dogs. It gets a little quieter to end the day, with recent ATO signee Margaret Glaspy, and the prolific and talented Kevin Morby, whose new album is shaping up to be a good one.

On the outside stage, the day begins with LA R&B trio KING, who just blew us away at the NYC release show for their debut album. Then it's lo-fi indie rocker Alex G, psych rockers Night Beats, the promising new band with ex-Smith Westerns members Whitney, and UK indie rockers Yuck who are always a good time. Then it switches up a bit, with the wildly eccentric Prince Rama (whose new album on Carpark is a winner), and finally a band who's even more eccentric, Cocorosie. Their sixth album came out just a few months ago.

Follow @BVSXSW on Twitter for more updates all week long, and keep an eye on for full lineups too.

Listen to some of the artists playing, below...


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