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SouthXSouthtown Concert Series

Roz and the Rice Cakes
One positive side effect of all the SXSW spillover shows we see this time of year — aside from the influx of traveling bands — is that they get local bands playing more frequently, too. The SouthXSouthtown Concert Series features both traveling and local talent, and plenty of it (more than 30 acts in all). The four day affair will feature exciting locals like ska-punk act Kill Liberal and Chicano soul outfit Los Nahautlatos, as well as out-of-towners that include Mothercoat, Japan’s answer to Radiohead, and Roz and the Rice Cakes, a lovable alternative pop act from Providence, RI.

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