Aubrey Doerr, Chapman University
Virtual concerts are proving popular as major players in the musical world work hard to find new ways to engage their fans despite the need for social distancing.
Desiree Jaime, Hofstra University
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Taylor Sprinkle, University of Texas at Austin
Meet Blood Cultures, the elusive electro-pop band that aims to play with your nostalgia.
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The diy musician and performance artist wants to radically transform the music industry, and so far she’s succeeded.
Alex Johnson, New York University
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Onaje McDowelle, University of Texas at Austin
If these music artists can make their way to the SXSW stage, this year will be unlike any other the festival has seen before.
Elijah Watson, University of Texas at Austin
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