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Bear in Heaven – Under the Radar’s SXSW Party Spotlight

Playing Under the Radar's Second SXSW 2012 Party, Thursday, March 15 at Flamingo Cantina

Mar 07, 2012 SXSW 2012
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On March 15 Under the Radar will host the second of three free SXSW Day parties sponsored by PRS Guitars. Leading up to the event we’re letting you know about each artist playing. Today we’re spotlighting Bear in Heaven.

In a previous post we gave you the basic party details of the party: The party happens from 12:00-6:00 PM at the Flamingo Cantina at 6th and Red River (515 E. 6th Street, Austin, TX 78701). All events are free and open to the public—no RSVPs or badges are required. The second day also features performances from Slow Club, Com Truise, Zambri, Taken By Trees, Choir of Young Believers, and Chairlift.

Bear in Heaven’s sound seems too big for mere speakers to contain. The Brooklyn-trio’s dance party is larger than life, and seems just as likely to grace the stage at SXSW as the craters of Mars. Check out selected videos and streams below, or head over to their website—where they’re currently streaming their forthcoming album I Love You, It’s Cool, really really slowly.

(www.bearinheaven.com)

(www.prsguitars.com)

(www.sapporousa.com)

(www.doradopkg.com)

(www.motormouthmedia.com)



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The Balancing Act Lifetime
June 16th 2012
1:32pm

A not so good song from them. If they want to make it to the big league, they should make songs that will is a big hit material. - The Balancing Act Lifetime

Missed Fortune
January 22nd 2013
2:56pm

While you should not dwell on your past, taking the time to review and reflect on the path whether straight and narrow or one filled with any curves and dead-ends will help you plan for the future.

Mendel Mintz
January 28th 2013
12:57am

A not so good song from them. If they want to make it to the big league, they should make songs that will is a big hit material.