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Saturday, March 19 • 8:00pm - Sunday, March 20 • 2:00am
Requiemme Management Showcase

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Requiemme Management’s 2011 Official SXSW showcase


Requiemme Management is proud to have Black Heart Procession headline this year’s Official SXSW showcase Saturday March 19th at Maggie Mae’s Gibson Room. The band now on Brooklyn’s Temporary Residence just finished touring as a duo, but arrives in Austin this time with a full band.


More than the dark emotions that Black Heart has been known to evoke over seven records, Pall Jenkins and Tobias Nathanial have established themselves as respected song writers and experts in the studio creating moving and eloquent heart wrenching classics that are both timeless and epic.

New York City’s Jesse Malin and the St Marks Social also appears supporting the release of “Love it to Life” on SideOneDummy Records. Malin called on friends like Ryan Adams and label mate Brian Fallon to write an album’s worth of anthems. And as one writer put it, “Malin's solo career has always shown promise, but Life finally makes good on it.”


German Born Maren Parusel and her band return to celebrate the new release of their first full length “Artificial Gardens” produced by Black Heart Procession’s Pall Jenkins. He found emotion in her beat driven pop songs for a recording with songs that are upbeat and catchy yet poetic and stirring as well.



Making its debut at SXSW is Gun Runner fresh from the studio completing their first full length record.

Principal Songwriter Sean Davenport is a Berklee grad and former member of Brooklyn’s Abigail Warchild.

Think Cold War kids meets Gnarls Barkley with a little Tom Petty in the mix.


The Hot Moon includes members of The Album Leaf, Grand Ole Party and the rhythm section from Black Heart Procession. But it all comes together with the vocals of singer Sasha Evangelista who seems to channel Billy Holiday.


Light FM from Los Angeles kicks the night into gear with the use of catchy hooks, disarmingly heart felt lyrics and guitar riffs that are distorted to precision.

It’s one gem after another coupled with quirky arrangements, bleepy-bloopy synths and off-kilter drums…what’s not to love?


For interviews or hi res photos or more information:


Mario Escovedo

Requiemme Mgmt and Booking




Black Heart Procession


Saturday March 19, 2011 8:00pm - Sunday March 20, 2011 2:00am CDT
Maggie Mae's Gibson Room

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