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It’s true: This year’s South by Southwest feels like it ended 48 months ago. I already briefly pondered the South by Southwest postmortem, which is surely its own codified form by now. It’s several weeks later, but the content bomb that All Our Noise just dropped—-which includes over a dozen videos the site’s Denman C. Anderson shot during the Austin festival—-is well worth perusing, particularly for its footage of D.C. acts. Included therein: performances by the Northern Virgininia metal act Salome, dance duo Nadastrom, Nouveau Riche DJs Starks and Nacey, rapper Tabi Bonney, and more. My favorite? The clip I’ve embedded above, in which D.C.’s Kid Congo Powers, a veteran of the Gun Club and the Cramps, delivers deep, dirty rock ‘n’ roll with his new band, the Pink Monkey Birds.
Some Tabi after the jump. Read the full All Our Noise post here.