Big news! Brooklyn Brewery is co-hosting “Computer Blip Bloop Bullshit!” at Club DeVille in Austin along with our pals Found Footage Festival and Busted Tees. FFF is celebrating the success of the new website and tour. Brooklyn Brewery is celebrating its now-availability in Austin. And Busted Tees, another year as the tits of funny T-shirts.
This is an official SXSW Interactive party, but good news: NO badges or wristbands required. So yeah. Come and bring your friends. Monday night, March 15. It’s a free party. Everyone is invited, but you must be 21+ to attend.
To entertain you:
The Black And White Years (rock)
The Laughing (rock)
Mike & The Moonpies (honky-tonk).
Found Footage Fest VHS Favorites
DJ Jester The Filipino Fist
To wet your whistle: Brooklyn Brewery beer, of course.
Sponsored by the Found Footage Festival, Busted Tees, Brooklyn Brewery, A.V. Club, Maria the Date Coach, and The Onion.
From The AV Club Austin
Every day, the human race places more of its trust in computers, and where exactly does that get us? Identity theft, fapping creeps behind every turn of the Chatroulette wheel, and a tangle of government-sponsored wires waiting for the day they can finally unleash the nuclear weapons. Before artificial intelligence can revolt, the VHS revivalists of the Found Footage Film Festival fire a shot at their would-be cybernetic oppressors, hosting a pre-SXSW party with the analog-friendly likes of synth-heads The Black And White Years, red-blooded honky-tonkers Mike And The Moonpies, and The Laughing, whose techno-tribalist triumph Fever has enough future-fret to kill all your iLust. DJ Jester The Filipino Fist makes musical juxtapositions the old fashioned way—on turntables—completing the sense that neither computers nor the Internet have done a lick of good for the evening’s acts. To win tickets to this event, firstname.lastname@example.org.Back to all blog posts