RESERVOIR AT SXSW 2019
Every March the entertainment industry ventures to Austin, Texas for its annual SXSW conference, to discover the latest in music, film, and tech. Due to its growth in recent years, SXSW is the place to be to spot today’s hottest acts, along with new up-and-coming artists. If you’re headed down South make sure to catch Reservoir’s talented roster performing at the festival:
Scottish indie rock group Fatherson will be performing at Seven Grand on March 12th from 10:50pm – 1:30pm, at the British Music Embassy at Latitude 30 on March 16th from 5:30pm – 6:00pm, as well as at Lamberts on March 16th from 1:00am – 1:50am. Their third studio album Sum of All Your Parts was released this past fall, while the colorful music video for cut “Ghost” premiered late last week.
Following her latest single “Room Full of Boxes”, Liza Owen will be performing at The Townsend on March 13th from 11:00pm – 11:40pm and at Swan Dive Patio on March 14th from 9:45pm – 10:25pm.
Statik Selektah will be performing at Barracuda Backyard on March 16th. His debut instrumental album Mahalo (The Hawaii Instrumentals) was released last month, following 2018’s collaboration with Termanology on Still 1982.
Atlanta rapper J.I.D will be headlining day 2 of the SXSW Takeover at Stubb’s BBQ on March 16th. His recent successes include collaborations with Buddy on “Link Up” and Boogie’s “Soho”, along with the release of his highly acclaimed sophomore album DiCaprio 2.
British alternative group The Desert will be performing at the Townsend on March 16th from 10:00pm – 10:40pm. Their catalog features co-writes by Reservoir’s Nitin Sawhney.
Reservoir catalog artist Robbie Fulks will be performing at the Victorian Room at the Driskill on March 14th from 12:00am-12:40am.
Texas-based indie rock band The Unlikely Candidates will be performing at Banger’s on March 13th from 6:00pm – 6:40pm, as well as at Parish on March 13th from 11:00pm – 11:430pm, and at 720 Club Patio on March 16th from 7:45pm – 8:15pm. Their 2018 single “Bells” was co-written by Reservoir’s Dave Bassett.