No pictures, no nothing. Just words and music links. This article wants you to know what we think and the words are written below for you to find out more. Everyone is created equal but if you see the pics you might not click the link and get music from the artist. Take your time here and share this with friends. Hours were spent partying in the Texas sun, passing business cards, getting free tacos at parties (the good ones) and watching bands and films promote their butts off while they played multiple shows per day. Some shows were packed and some shows were empty but someone has to watch. Not everyone was official but everyone was official.
I like to walk into a packed show and see a really tall gal singing while POS jump in front of her …
If you are headed to SXSW, chances are you did decided to do one of these 3 things.
1. Quit your job.
Hey boss, I’m gonna leave the coffee shop this week because one you pay me shit money, and two, there is no reason to work at this place if my life is headed nowhere at this job, I might as well go see some dope ass music and get the hell out of this city.
2. Forgot to buy a flight till it became expensive as all hell
Dude it is way too expensive to get down to SXSW with a flight….
“what are we gonna do?”
Well we have a beat up car that can probably make it down there. So lets drive this shit.
3. We need to release this album. Lets release it.
Im not sure what we are supposed to …
If you have been keeping up with the Dillz, things are beginning to heat up on his tour, where he teamed up with “The New York Love Song,” an upcoming independent film company to begin the filming of his documentary that peers into the life of a D.I.Y. artist that self books tours, sleeps on floors, rocks SXSW, and earns a video game character in NBA 2k11 to worldwide voyages with Matisyahu, Snoop Dogg and Rza of the Wu Tang Clan. Although that could be the focal point , the documentary’s main point is to show his triumph from the prior life of Kosha Dillz, who was has dealt with drugs, jails, parole, and addiction to Division I athletics and high school wrestling stardom all before his career .