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It’s difficult to encompass the real SXSW, but if you were in Austin to watch Lady Gaga getting vomited on at a Doritos-sponsored concert, you probably missed it. See some actual highlights from photographer Tod Seelie in the gallery above. The viking ship created by Dennis McNett for Juxtapoz at the Yellowjacket Social Club. Big […]

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We don’t have much to go in trying to interpret what the hell is going on in these photos of Skull x Skull that Tod Seelie shot for us. The event is put on by Skidmarxxx every Sunday of SXSW. It starts in the afternoon and goes until the cops shut it down, every time. Geographically, it’s within the city limits of […]

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Last week, we published photos from Friday Night Throwdown at SXSW, an event that pitted NYC boxers against their Texas counterparts, and now, there’s video. The clip is a little light on actual fighting, but does capture the spectacle of the event: come for the boxing, stay for the breakdancing sword swallower (or Mike Jones). […]

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Paul Lamere — the guy behind stuff like Dogstep and this musical map of the U.S. — created Autocanonizer, a web app that turns any song into a canon. A canon, as you may recall from grade school music class, is any song that’s designed to be played against itself. Popular examples include tunes as […]

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Hip hop weirdo Tyler the Creator was charged with inciting a riot during a SXSW show Thursday night. After taking the stage at the Converse/Thrasher “Death Match” event, which was packed to capacity, police say he encouraged fans waiting outside to push their way through the entrance. They obliged. He was arrested two days later […]

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SXSW has little bit of something for everyone. Be it music, arts, food, or booze — every day feels like a corporate sponsored party. That being said, after several days of drinking Lone Stars next to seemingly the same dude in fingerless gloves and a cabbie hat, it was time to break the monotony… by […]

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Premiering at SXSW this year on March 11 is Australian director Eva Orner’s documentary The Network, chronicling the rise of TOLO TV, the first independent television network in Afghanistan established in the wake of the American invasion. Launched in 2004, TOLO has since grown to employ 800 Afghan news producers and is one of the […]

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Yes, this a documentary. It’s shot gorgeously. It feels like a feature film, but… you can’t make this shit up. Berlin’s Fuck For Forest is one of the world’s most bizarre charities. Based on the idea that sex can save the world, the NGO raises money for their environmental cause by selling home-made erotic films […]

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Here’s the 16 minute Harmony Korine“gangsta” short Umshini Wam starring in its entirety, wherein Ninja and Yo-Landi procure “the Rolls Royce of wheelchairs” with uzis. Everything delivered as promised? Well… Something strange is happening here. It looks like Korine and Die Antwoord have canceled out certain abrasive elements of each others’ shtick in this collaboration […]

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With doc A Thorn in the Heart about his quirky aunt playing at SXSW, The Green Hornet in post production, and mid scheming for an IMAX 3D scientific musical à la Björk, Michel Gondry is also working on another doc-style project called The We and the I. Gondry plans to film kids from a Bronx […]

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