SXSW 2022 is here! A message from our shop manger, Angela: We’re thrilled to announce the lineup for SXSW at our Goorin Bros Austin shop! We’ll be hosting free live music in-store from March 16th through the 20th, and you are NOT gonna want to miss it. Come jam with us! Below is our map, set list, and the musicians who we are lucky enough to have play in our shop! Check 'em all out below:
Breanna Barbara (New York, NY) writes songs that make your soul dance, songs that make you question how many lives you've led, and if you ever lived ay all. / Tagua Tagua(São Paulo, Brazil) intertwines tropical psychedelia, the principles of ye ye ye and the influence of funk and soul figures. / Bethany Becker(Austin, TX) an up and coming artist who lives and breathes pop country music. / Ester Shank(Dallas, TX) is a minimalist duo with stripped down guitar and drum dynamic to create a raw garage rock-infused sound. / Brian Wolff(Austin, TX) influenced heavily from Classic Rock, 90’s Alternative, and Blues. His hard-hitting playing style has been described as “tasteful, yet aggressive.” / Cowboy Diplomacy(Austin, TX) delivers unrestrained, invigorating southern rock and bluesElephant Stone (Montreal, Quebec) the band's style incorporates aspects of traditional Indian music including the sitar, tabla, and dilruba with Western psychedelic rock. / Van Plating (Lakeland, FL)critically acclaimed indie Americana artist and multi-instrumentalist, Van Plating has a rugged vulnerability uniquely hers ─ fermented in the orange groves and hot verdant summers of the sunshine state. / Kenneth Frost (Austin, TX)is the lead singer and and keyboard player for the band The Cuckoos. The Cuckoos and Frost are “instantly likeable” - now updating 60s and 80s sounds with finesse and cool. / Nicolas Molina [Molina y Los Cosmicos] (Uruguay) "It's a place where folk comes out of the pores." / Eli Menezes (Brazil) He began his playing at the early age of 12 on bass and his interest later on expanded to acoustic, electric guitar and keyboards while producing and arranging for local artistsTyne Darling (Milwaukee, WI)continues to investigate the genre of Americana, pushing its traditional thresholds farther into the realm of alternative rock. / Matt Hubbard (Austin, TX) "back-alley beatnik blues" (Austin Chronicle) on his funky Hammond organ, honky-tonk piano, hobo harmonica and down-home trombone. Matt has worked with legend Willie Nelson for many years. / Altamesa (Austin, TX) evokes the sounds and narratives of the lonesome desert and pairs them with contemporary pop and rock sensibilities / Medicine Hat (Ventura, CA) born over the ashes of a campfire, they sing about love lost and runaway journeys down lonely highways. / Fools(Austin, TX) If the cavern club era Beatles hooked up with The Dead Kennedy's and had a glam rock loving hell spawn, its name would be Fools. / Ruel Thomas (Austin, TX) soaked up the folky formulas of Paul Simon, Bob Dylan, and Paul McCartney while shaping his own indie-adjacent sound on guitar, vocals, and harmonica.je'Texas (Austin, TX) rock-n-roll drumming... and delivers the whole spectrum of bass from tastefully traditional blues-based lines / Carly Jo Jackson (Austin, TX) brings the heat of the sunshine from her home state of Florida and mixes it with some Texas dirty blues. / Sofia Talvik (Sweden) Americana / Folk from Nordic roots: "blending sparkle and melancholy" / Ramblin Rose (Austin, TX) style is bluesy country with a Louisiana feel. / Sheverb (Austin, TX) womxn-led, collectively run, psychedelic rock & roll band who bring together the guitar twang of spaghetti westerns, the driving rhythms of krautrock and the panoramic aesthetic of the big screen / The Soapboxers (Austin, TX) "A little bit of soulful rock n roll, mixed with some Americana, and shaken and stirred with who-knows-what-the-fuck. .one of those bands that surprise you and then take you by storm."(Live Music in Austin) / Note: We do not claim ownership of any images or biographic descriptions. Use of content falls under the guidelines of fair use. Section 107 of the Copyright Act.