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They Might Be Giants played to a packed audience at the Pageant Friday night, marking the recent release of "Nanobots." It's been a long time since I've had so much fun at a show -- probably the last time I saw them play the Pageant.

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In Austin, "live music capital of the world," one will find music and a crowd no matter where he or she goes during SXSW: people line every street and bands wanting an extra show occupy sidewalks. Open bar windows let the sound spill out to make damn sure everybody knows there's another gig to be enjoyed.

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Cotton Jones headlined Off Broadway Wednesday night with local band Spectator opening.

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Sound Tribe Sector 9 (STS9) treated the Pageant audience to two sets of their electronic-psych sounds, with a stunning light show to match.

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Armed with pens, notepads and, most motivating, the sense I'm well in over my head even before the trip to SXSW 2013 – thousands of bands, at dozens of venues, sprawling over six days and only a few square miles – the pure sense of Austin as Elysium is crossed with the inherent need to stay abreast of it all.

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The SXSCity music festival rambled to a close on Monday night with an eclectic bill taking the stage at Off Broadway.

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In the midst of their 2013 tour, Los Angeles-based reggae band the Aggrolites performed at the Old Rock House last night.

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It's 1 a.m. and Mardi Gras World is still kicking. Spring breakers and locals alike are packed tight to see some of today's top acts in EDM, hip-hop and indie rock. With shows starting at dusk and ending at three in the morning, the two-day festival known as Buku only got more crowded and more rowdy as the night progressed.

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Canadian sister-group, Tegan and Sara, took the Pageant stage in front of a sold-out crowd on Sunday night.

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Female vocals, samples, blips, clicks, beats, love-lorn milieus, melodies and musical formations familiar, yet different -- as if filtered through the air waves of a '70s and early '80s radio station -- played for the ears and eyes of a sold-out crowd at the Pageant for headliners Tegan and Sara.

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