1 & 2: 2PM–8PM
DECEMBER 1 & 2: 2PM–8PM
MEET AT RELAY
1023 SPRINGDALE RD #11A
MEET AT RELAY
1023 SPRINGDALE RD #11A
His releases have garnered support from tastemakers such as Indie Shuffle, Earmilk, Impose Magazine, ThisSongIsSick and more. In recent time his eclectic sound and resonating top line vocals have captivated hearts across the globe. Most notably his releases with YouTube juggernaut No Copyright Sounds and his self-released covers of “Heathens”, “Too Close” and “Careless Whisper”; among the rest of his catalogue have combined for over 100 million streams across all platforms. The future is bright for this young talent of only 21 years. Keep watch as he continues to push boundaries.
Melinoe raps with an elevated consciousness about his life, but eschews narrative for a collage of images. With impressive vocal elasticity, the artist treats beats as blank canvases rather than a series of lines waiting to be colored within. Melinoe sees life differently. Striving for greatness is only a matter of patience and persistence. Mike Melinoe just wants to be known as a creative genius who stopped at nothing to see his art, from music to the paint brush, evolve and inspire others.
We've made a lot of friends along the way, including some of Austin's most talented DJs. Now, we're inviting them back for the first-ever Almost Real Things All Stars family set! Don't expect to know every song but do expect to dance.
Ella Ella, (Leslie Lozano by birth), is a multi-talented Austin based DJ, Brand Manager, Public Speaker, and Stylist. Musically, she blends her love for hiphop, latin, and future beat music.
Savannah Dahl Lake is an Austin, Texas born and raised singer songwriter with a unique perspective and new outlook on music.
He has a knack for appealing to everyone, even the pickiest of music-mavens, and when he is in the house, there's a good chance you'll hear a mix of new wave, your favorite Latin hits spanning the last few decades, cumbia, reggaeton & hip hop.
The Philippines and suburban Maryland aren't exactly R&B or dance music hot beds, but they didn't need to be for Antonio Cuna aka Sweater Beats to ingest both genres and spit out an exciting hybrid, melding the sensuality of contemporary R&B with the immediacy of dance music. Born in the Philippines, Cuna moved to Maryland, adapting to his new environment by engaging with music and skate culture. But it wasn't long before R&B entered the picture, first as an obsession and later, while Cuna was at university in New York, as a creative outlet. Growing up in the 2000s, it's no surprise that Cuna's heroes include R&B producer mavens like Pharrell and Timbaland, as well as French dance music behemoths Daft Punk, but it's how he's filtered those influences into the ingenious sonic aesthetic, a sound equally fitting both the festival stage and bedroom play, that makes Sweater Beats such an unavoidably intriguing project.
Since bubbling up in the dance world with the premiere of his debut single ``Mlln Dllr`` on Annie Mac's Radio1 show, Sweater Beats has constantly pushed the limits of his own sound. With support from the likes of Diplo, Omarion, and JoJo, plus tours with artists like Chance the Rapper, Flume and Chet Faker, the producer has clearly caught the eye some of a wide variety of tastemakers. Featured by the likes of Billboard, Entertainment Weekly, Boiler Room and The FADER, Cuna has also received admiration from music journalists the world over, drawing almost universal praise from disparate outlets. With countless collaborations, mixes, and remixes, on top of a constant touring schedule, Cuna has garnered a reputation for his incessant work rate and willingness to push his sound into new and uncharted territory. And that's part of the reason why Cuna connects with his fan base on such a visceral level, eschewing traditional industry methods for his own unique, intimate manner of going about business.
Featured on some of the most notable music blogs such as Thump, DJ Mag, and Your EDM, garnering millions of listens on Soundcloud and Youtube, and receiving nods from incredible talents such as Keys N Krates, Adventure Club, and Felix Cartal, Bronze Whale have proven what determination, an unrelenting drive, and tons of talent can accomplish.
22 yrs old austin tx making weird shit bc fuck the mold.
They are an official SXSW 2019 Artist.
Two days of art, music, interactivity, and collaboration
We at Almost Real Things pour our heart and soul into empowering Austin’s creative community so we’re ecstatic to unveil our first ART Club Block Party for you and about you, our neighbors in in passion as well as location.