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YouTube: Three more ways to stream music from SXSW

Published March 15, 2012 10:18 am
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YouTube Presents and several of its new original content music channels including The Warner Sound and Vice's Noisey offer to bring the sounds of SXSW to your Utah home or cubicle. · YouTube Presents will live stream two full days of music, Thursday, March 15 and Friday, March 16, with performances from bands like The Ting Tings, Black Star, Jimmy Cliff, Frankie Rose, Sugar & The Hi Lows, among many others. The performances take place atop a downtown parking garage. Tune in online at www.youtube.com/presents. · The Warner Sound will kick off the channel launch with a live stream from SXSW. Showcases by T.I., B.o.B, Dr. John, Ed Sheeran, Gary Clark, Jr., Kimbra and Theophilus London, among many others will be offered. Go to The Warner Sound: http://www.youtube.com/thewarnersound· Vice's Noisey is showcasing bands including Chairlift Friends, Slow Club, Two Gallants, Bass Drum of Death, and Shandy Mandies on Thursday, March 15 at the Parish. To tune into interviews from the performances and see video of from the showcases, go to Noisey: http://www.youtube.com/user/noisey






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