The South By Southwest Effect: How The Festival Affects Austin

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South By Southwest Adds A 'Super Bowl' To Austin's Economy Each Year

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Run River North (Jennifer Rim, Joe Chun, Alex Hwang, Abe Kim, Daniel Chae and Sally Kang) performs at SXSW's first-ever Asian-American showcase. Stephanie Vu & Zenith Division/Courtesy of Kollaboration hide caption

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At SXSW, Asian-American Musicians Make A Space Of Their Own

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FAARROW Joins SXSW Bands In Drawing Attention To Travel Ban

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"You cannot stop creating," Garth Brooks says. "That's what I think you're put down here to do." Jeremy Cowart/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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At SXSW, Garth Brooks Sees The Constants In A Changing Industry

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A crowd in line at the 2015 SXSW music festival in Austin, Texas. Adam Kissick for NPR hide caption

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How A Contract Clause Led To A Fight Between Musicians And Austin's Biggest Event

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Rise Of Artificial Intelligence Met With Mixed Reaction At SXSW

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Music News: SXSW, Pandora's New Paid Streaming Service, Drake

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The Colombian band Tribu Baharú is scheduled to perform at this month's SXSW music festival. David J. Gaar/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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To Austin, With Love: Previewing The Songs Of SXSW

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Bob Boilen's favorite discovery on Tuesday was Taiwan's Hello Nico. Adam Kissick for NPR hide caption

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What We Loved At SXSW On Tuesday

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PWR BTTM plays NPR Music's showcase at Stubb's BBQ, and Bob Boilen captures one of his favorite photographs of all time. Bob Boilen/NPR hide caption

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SXSW Late Night Dispatch: Wednesday

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