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SxSW 2009: Saturday

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Attention, all Phoenicians unable to attend SxSW this year: Don't worry. Sure, it's not as good as standing inches away from your favorite band in a trendy Austin club, but we've got the coverage to keep you satisfied.

Village Voice Media SXSW Party: Meese, Bear Hands, Crystal Antlers, Gomez and M. Ward Five great acts, thousands of fans and lots of drinks at La Zona Rosa on Friday, March 20

SxSW Day Three In Photos March 20, Austin TX. If you took anything away from SXSW on this day, let it be this: no matter our race, religion, politics, or lifestyle... when Devo plays, everybody shows up. Oh, also featuring Metallica, Silversun Pickups, and Tricky.

SxSW Day Three In Photos Part Two Some scenes from the hub of chaos that is Austin, TX on Friday, March 20, including Metallica, The Hold Steady, Okkervil River, and more.

The 15 Hottest Gig Posters at Flatstock 20 The poster show in the Austin Convention Center gave SXSWers a break from all the noise -- and the chance to check out some erotic messiness.

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