Wednesday, March 16, 2011

Headed to SXSW: Savoir Adore and Team Cream

Posted By on Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 11:16 AM

Well, DPR, Gravy, Cross and "TSA Body Scan" Gold are already in Austin. I'll be joining them in a few hours, if I can finish this stuff on my list. [Holds up list, which includes "Buy some Alleve."] While I was procrasturbating, I came upon this video of the Brooklyn band Savoir Adore, who stopped in Nashville on their way to SXSW. Last time they did that, they played a show at The End, but this time around they just stopped for some barbecue and a trip to Third Man Records. (Deidre bought The's!) I dug their album from last year, In the Wooded Forest, and for that I picked them critically in the pages of the Scene. Consider your watching of this video a replacement for the video I would have made of me packing my dude-glasses. Anyway, we'll have lots of SX coverage for you — of Nashville bands and non-Nashville bands alike — in these digital pages shortly. And if you like that sort of thing, you can follow us on Twitter, where we will probably post pictures of tacos before we eat them and mention other exciting things that happen in the world of social media at a big festival, like standing in line for the Fader Fort. Perhaps we'll get into the Kanye show. Perhaps there are some big names planning to plug into Third Man's Rolling Record Store. Perhaps. Tristen's playing at The Phoenix tonight, Next Big Nashville's taking over Maggie Mae's Gibson Room tomorrow, and in the meantime I've got 673 unread emails. See you soon.

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