Showing posts with label sxsw. Show all posts
Showing posts with label sxsw. Show all posts

Wednesday, March 5, 2014

All You'll Need for SXSW for Obey

New post on the Obey Blog about all I would bring to SXSW 


Its a short list at only 10 items but trust me they're all you'll need.
1) Sunglasses- because shows start early
2) Denim Shorts- you'll probably sit in dirt at some point
3) Linen Crop Top- to go with the denim shorts
4) Sturdy Boots - no one wants their toes crushed during a show
5) Bucket Bag- an easy carry-all that isn't annoying to lug around
6) Comfy Tee - Like  the Obey Font Triblend, by the end of the week it's all you'll want to wear
7) Easy Cap - hide the hair you didn't wash and still look good
8) Flowy mini dress- for the extra hot days
9) Light Jacket - it gets pretty cold at night, try the Hitch Suede Hiker for an updated classic motorcycle jacket
10) Cell Phone - you'll need to know how to find the food trucks at 3 am

Wednesday, March 27, 2013

SXSW 2013

I went to sxsw in Austin this year with a few friends, here are some photos I took on my Kyocera t4 zoom and some polaroids from my friend Allie.
Thee Oh Sees - best show of my life, we ended up seeing them three times


 
Bono and Dan mesmerized by Thee Oh Sees
Black Lips at Hotel Vegas
Happy Andrew at the Black Lips show
Thee Oh Sees at Hotel Vegas




Mac Demarco

Heres a little mix of some of my favorite songs from the bands we saw, and of course a classic Daniel Johnston thrown in for Austin. 

SXSW 2013 from meghann.stephenson on 8tracks Radio.

Friday, March 23, 2012

SXSW 2012


2 flights, 1 stomach virus, 12 hours of vomiting, 1 hospital trip, 2 iv's, and 1 ct scan later I made it to SXSW, and it was worth it. 

after vomiting my way through JFK security excitement sets in

 first meal: trailer park tacos
all following meals: trailer park tacos


Bass Drum of Death at Beerland




Kat thoroughly enjoying Bass Drum of Death 

Beach Fossils at the Terrorbird Showcase at ND



Dive at the Brooklyn Vegan party




Mikal Cronin with Ty Segall at Spider House