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SXSW 2012: Day 1

Warning: NSFW due to some harsh, yet hilarious language

In a special, massive edition of Cinema Recon, we recorded LIVE from SXSW 2012 in Austin, TX!  You can listen to the epic buffet of interviews, reviews, and banter (remember to take bathroom breaks), or you can also listen to individual interviews by visiting our SXSW section.

Since we are live from the Wild & Only Ones event at the Sahara Lounge, a multitude of awesome bands and musicians stopped by to talk with us!  Check out the lineup below and click for each artist’s website!  A huge thanks to each band for providing the awesome music you’re hearing on this show!

  • Young Mothers (03:48)
    • You’ll hear Go Mad by Young Mothers off the album I Want To Be A Beautiful Star Warrior !
  • Mister Loveless (54:45)
    • Prior to the interview, you’ll hear The Old Pain by Mister Loveless off their Three Words EP!
  • Slowtrain (1:11:20)
    • Following the interview, you’ll hear Bound to Find You Out  by Slowtrain off their album of the same name, Bound To Find You Out!
  • Merry Ellen Kirk & Rachel Pearl (1:28:42)
    • You’ll hear Field of Dreams by Merry Ellen Kirk prior to the interview!
    • You’ll hear Like a Video by Rachel Pearl following the interview!
  • Heypenny (1:49:00)
    • Prior to the interview, you’ll hear Give Me the Ball and following the interview, you’ll hear Angles and Arches, both off of Heypenny’s album A Jillion Kicks!
  • Black Forest Fire (2:12:25)
    • Prior to the interview, you’ll hear My Dreams and following the interview, you’ll hear Do It For Sara, both off of Black Forest Fire’s album Transit Of Venus!

And of course, movie reviews!  We witness millions upon millions of dollars evaporate in a matter of 132 minutes!  It’s the Cinema Recon review of John Carter!  (22:40)

Also, we are anything but quiet during our review of the indie horror flick Silent House! (2:26:15)

Listen below:

Download Here (by right clicking, then “save as”):  CR: SXSW Day 1

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