The Highlights of SXSW 2017 According To Boo Seeka

The Highlights of SXSW 2017 According To Boo Seeka

The electronic duo have also added new tours to their upcoming Aus' tour.

South By South West recently came and went over in Austin, Texas. We didn't get to go. We never do. But Boo Seeka went, and they even performed there. Celebrating the release of their latest single, Does This Last, the Sydney duo have returned home full of beans, ready to kick off a huge Australian tour, which has just added a second Corner Hotel date, and also supports Glades and Dean Lewis.

In the midst of working on their debut album, Boo Seeka took some time to let us know who was rad at SXSW, so check it out below:

BOO SEEKA'S SXSW HIGHLIGHTS:

Maggie Rodgers - Alaska: The melody gets stuck in my head all the time.

Lewis Del Mar - Loud(y): Played with these guys in Europe and they are epic.

Tkay Midza - Brontasaurus: - Sam likes dinosaurs.

The Drums - Let's Go Surfing: Never seen them live - happy track.

Japanese Wallpaper - Breathe In: Great Aussie producer with great songs.

Future Islands - Seasons: What a synth line, what a voice.

Grandmaster Flash - The message: A legend.

Banks - Begging For Thread: Catchy little diddy.

Wu-Tang Clan - C.R.E.A.M: Hectic piano line, beats and vocal tone.

Mobley - Solo: Just found out about him, dig it.

TOUR DATES:

Fri 7 Apr | Manning Bar | Sydney NSW

Thu 13 Apr | Transit Bar | Canberra ACT*

Fri ,14 Apr | Corner Hotel | Melbourne VIC (SOLD OUT)

Sat 15 apr | Corner hotel | Melbourne VIC

Fri 21 Apr | Woolly Mammoth | Brisbane QLD

Sat 22 Apr | The Gum Ball | Maitland NSW*^

Fri 5 May | Jack Rabbit Slims | Perth WA^

Sat 6 May | The Prince | Bunbury WA^

Sun 7 May | Clancy’s | Dunsborough WA^

Fri 12 May | Fat Controller | Adelaide SA^

Sat 13 May | The Sandbar | Mildura VIC*^

Sat 20 May | Bass In The Grass | Darwin NT

Sat 27 May | The Big Pineapple | Sunshine Coast QLD*^

* GLADES NOT APPEARING
^ DEAN LEWIS NOT APPEARING

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