SXSW 2004

Music Reviews SXSW
SXSW 2004

Day 1 – Assistant editor Steve LaBate recounts the Paste entourage’s journey from Atlanta to Austin, and the beginnings of what looks like a typically amazing SXSW experience. (Also, see pg. 3 for Editor Josh Jackson’s night 1 recap)…

Day 2 – More ramblings and reviews from Steve LaBate, on location in Austin, Texas (and threatening to not return to Atlanta on Monday if Paste refuses his demand that a “free tacos and beer” clause be added to his contract)…

Day 3 – Wayne Coyne reminds us what’s important, even more reviews of SXSW’s best shows, and plenty of talk about beer, pizza, happiness, live sound, and coping with failure…

Day 4 – SXSW comes to an end. An ex-Flat Duo Jet gets down and rocks it, Patty Griffin makes beautiful music, plus – crowds that deserve a beating, the “SXSW Sound-Guy Theory,” and a rebellious rocker gets acoustic and makes fun of the record execs…

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