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La Sera – Under the Radar’s SXSW Party Spotlight

Playing Under the Radar's Third SXSW 2012 Party, Friday, March 16 at Flamingo Cantina

Mar 09, 2012 SXSW 2012
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On March 16 Shure presents Under the Radar’s third of three free SXSW day parties. Leading up to the event we’re letting you know about each artist playing. Today we’re spotlighting La Sera.

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 third day also features performances from Deerhoof, Lost in the Trees, Cymbals Eat Guitars, Django Djang, Youth Lagoon, and of Montreal. Come early for free rum courtesy of RedRum and VooDoo Spiced Rum (while supplies last). Other sponsors include PRS Guitars, Dorado Music Packaging, and Motormouthmedia.

Katy “Kickball” Goodman may rock out with Vivian Girls—but as La Sera she’s all about lo-fi fun in the sun. Her beach-worthy retro harmonies and simple-but-sweet tunes are a sing-along just waiting to happen. Revisit a conversation with Goodman here, and check out our thoughts on her self-titled debut here. Head down the page for further sonic and visual gems.

La Sera - Please Be My Third Eye from Hardly Art on Vimeo.

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Madison Pharmacy Associates
June 14th 2012
10:26am

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