Kelela had her coming out party in 2013 which included the release of her mixtape, “CUT 4 ME,” which garnered very positive critical acclaim. The singer/songwriter is now proud to announce her first headline performance in the U.S. with dates in Austin (SXSW), L.A., and N.Y.
In celebration of her performance dates, here’s a little gem from the songstress, produced by Gifted & Blessed.
Chosen as an official selection at this year’s SXSW Film Festival, Stones Throw has announced to visit select cities in North America to showcase a sneak preview of this documentary, which will be followed by party with performances from J.Rocc, Jonwayne, and Knx, in conjunction with audio design company, AiAiAi.
The tour starts on February 26th and will end in Austin, just in time for the film festival. “Our Vinyl Weighs A Ton” is produced and directed by Jeff Broadway. See below for tour dates.
We’re still waiting around to find out what the 3.15 Daft Punk posters seen around SXSW mean (tick tock tick tock), but here’s a possible hint. Chic leader and disco originator Nile Rodgers posted on his blog a few days ago that he had a phone call with Daft Punk. Rodgers of course was the first to confirm a new Daft Punk album all the way back in early 2012. Is it possible that the phone call between Rodgers and Daft Punk was to discuss live shows? Could it still happen at SXSW?
For the third night in a row, URB Magazine’s friends with the folks behind The Warner Sound captured by Nikon are serving up another live stream for their SXSW event.
The line up tonight is a doozy, if there were a word that could properly describe it. Peep the schedule below for the artists and times…
The Flaming Lips 12:45 – 1:30am
Alt-J 11:40pm – 12:20am
The Joy Formidable 10:45 – 11:25pm
Frightened Rabbit 9:50 – 10:20pm
Atlas Genius 9:10 – 9:40pm
Surfer Blood 8:30 – 8:55pm
Guards 8:00 – 8:20pm
Chris Douridas (DJ) 7:15 – 8:00pm
For more information:
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