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Friday, March 18 • 12:00pm - 6:00pm
AV Club's March Into Softness 2011

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March Into Softness 2011, The A.V. Club's free SXSW day party, slated for Friday, March 18 at the Mohawk.

Plentiful (and hopefully free) libations and other party favors will be on hand as well. March Into Softness 2011: It’s free, it’s fun, and, more than likely, it won’t involve anyone getting smashed in the face with a can of Pepsi Max.


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An Horse

Anyone who’s ever punched a clock has a work buddy. If you’re lucky, they might be a true friend; someone you spend more time talking with than you do with your family, maybe even your partner. Imagine if the two of you had the chance to leave your jobs behind and go on a crazy... Read More →
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For mercurial L.A. music-maker Will Wiesenfeld, Baths has been a long time coming. The 21-year-old has spent the better part of his days living amidst "pleasant" and "unremarkable" in the suburbs of the San Fernando Valley, so perhaps it's due to a general lack of local inspiration... Read More →
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Chikita Violenta

Mexican indie rock outfit Chikita Violenta have signed with Arts & Crafts ahead of the release of their new album, TRE3S, the culmination of a long-standing friendship with the label and former Broken Social Scene producer Dave Newfeld. Newfeld produced Chikita Violenta’s 2007 release... Read More →
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Longstanding Duluth, MN trio Low will release their latest full-length record, C’mon, on April 12th, 2011. C’mon was recorded in an old church in Duluth and mixed in Hollywood with producer Matt Beckley working alongside the band. Singer Alan Sparhawk describes C’mon simply... Read More →
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No Joy

Wait To Pleasure may not provide you with any new answers about No Joy, but what it does offer is a batch of incredible new songs, the product of the Montreal noise-pop band’s first foray in a fully-furnished studio environment. Here the band has flourished, delivering their finest... Read More →
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Sharon Van Etten

Sharon Van Etten came to Brooklyn via Jersey via Tennessee via Jersey. Along the way, she sang in choirs, rejected her school’s music program, worked at an all-ages venue, trained as a sommelier, and got a full time job at a record label. She also had some bad experiences in relationships... Read More →
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Small Sins

Thomas D’Arcy is a young man without a past… well, he’d prefer to be thought of that way, at least. Truth is that the Toronto-based musician does have a past, one worth touching upon for a minute or two. For our purposes, it begins with The Carnations, his guitar-oriented, much-buzzed-about... Read More →
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Ted Leo

N/AOften described as the hardest working bloke in punk, TED LEO has been writing, recording and touring consistently for nearly 20 years. A vegan for nearly the same amount of time, Ted has incredible insight into the challenges of trying to maintain a healthy lifestyle on the road... Read More →
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Wye Oak

Jenn Wasner and Andy Stack of Wye Oak have spent most of their lives in Baltimore, Maryland. But after two years of constant touring with Civilian, their highly lauded 2011 album, they landed on opposite sides of the country with an unforeseeable future ahead. Despite this newfound... Read More →

Friday March 18, 2011 12:00pm - 6:00pm CDT

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