Architecture and Morality, a SXSW photo essay by John D

You’ve seen all the obligatory reportage photos of bands performing at South-by-Southwest in Austin last week. You streamed the xx live. You podcasted every skinny-jeaned, tussle-haired move. Now, for something different:

Our man on the ground, photographer John D, went a little outside the box and captured for us the ambience, the textures, the sights and, well, almost sounds, of the music festival that was SXSW.

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Wednesday: Broken Bells, Red River Garage

Wednesday: Neon Indian, Red 7

Thursday: Grammatics, British Music Embassy

Thursday: Let’s Wrestle, Lovejoys

Thursday: Califone, Flamingo Cantina

Thursday: These United States, Encore

Thursday: Oh No Ono, Mohawk

Friday: Broken Records, British Music Embassy

Friday: This Moment in Black History, Plush

Friday:  The Pharmacy, The Side Bar

Friday: The xx, Zona Rosa

Friday: Hole, Stubbs BBQ

Saturday: Pree, Lovejoy’s

Saturday: Roadsaw, Scoot Inn

Saturday: Dum Dum Girls, Fader Fort

Sunday morning, coming down. 8:00 am, Red River Street.

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