SoundDiego Gets Smoked at South By

SoundDiego's third day at the annual music festival in Austin, Texas, featured sets by San Diego's own Lulls, as well as shows by artists coming our way like Acid Tongues and Cut Worms.

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SoundDiego got smoked heading down 6th Street in Austin at South by Southwest to kick off Day 3 of its SxSW coverage.
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Our first stop of the day took us to Las Perlas Mezcaleria to check in with San Diego indie act the Lulls.
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The band's members are split between SD and NYC, but frontman Rutger Rosenborg -- who also works as an associate editor for SoundDiego -- stills calls America's Finest City home.
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Thursday's random SD connection -- a Seven Grand outpost that shares a back door patio with Las Perlas.
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As evening fell, we made our way over to the Mohawk, where we met this fella on the way in.
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Canadian-by-way-of Colombian Lido Pimienta brought her zany brand of comedy, art and pop to the indoor stage.
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San Diegans can catch Pimienta at the Casbah on March 31.
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Just a few steps around the corner at the Barracuda Indoor stage was Cut Worms, a Brooklyn band who play a metropolitan brand of alt country.
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Fans can head over the Casbah on May 3 to see the band at a show presented by Soda Bar.
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The SoundDiego crew finally made its way down to Rainey Street, our fave nabe in Austin, for a show at the Javelina.
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Acid Tongue, a quintet from Seattle, packed the place for a high-energy indie rock set.
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Acid Tongue will perform at Soda Bar on April 18.
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SoundDiego closed out Night 3 of SxSW 2018 with a stop at the Half Step Inn, which always books remarkable lineups of Latin stars, including the Colombian electro pop star Karol G.
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