NX35 Music Conferette | Denton, TX (March 11-14, 2010)

A few days before next month's SXSW Festival here in Austin, there's another festival going on a few hours up the road in nearby Denton. Set to take place on March 11th-14th, the NX35 Music Conferette boasts an impressive lineup with the likes of Midlake, Neon Indian, Pattern Is Movement, Pomegranates, The Black Angels, Via Audio, The Flaming Lips, and many others.

Single night all-venue tickets are only $20, with the all-access tickets going for $65. Purchase them here. For some reason, walk up tickets are not available for this event, so purchase your tickets online ASAP.

[NX35 Official Site]
[NX35 Twitter]


Artists and bands are from Denton, Texas unless otherwise noted.

A Shoreline Dream (Denver)
A.M. Ramblers
Andrew Tinker
Autumn Owls (Dublin)
Baruch the Scribe
BigBang (Los Angeles/Oslo)
Birds & Batteries (San Francisco)
Boxcar Bandits
Br’er (Asheville, NC/Philadelphia)
Bridges & Blinking Lights
Buffalo Clover (Nashville)
Burywood (Austin)
Caleb Ian Campbell
Carrie Rodriguez (Brooklyn)
Claire Morales
Cocky Americans (Dallas)
Colourmusic (Piedmont, OK)
Corporate Park
Damaged Good$ (Dallas)
Daniel Folmer
Dan Montgomery (Memphis)
Dear Human
Delmore Pilcrow
Dim Locator
Doug Burr
Doug Gillard (NYC)
Drug Mountain (Fort Worth)
Dust Congress
Eaton Lake Tonics (Fort Worth)
Feathers (Miami)
FELILI (Brooklyn)
Final Club
Floating Action (Asheville, NC)
420 Blues
Fox and the Bird (Richardson)
Frontier Ruckus (Michigan)
Galapaghost (Queens, NY)
Giggle Party (Dallas)
GioSafari (NYC)
Grandfather Child (Houston)
Green Corn Revival (Weatherford, OK)
Guitar George Trio (Sanger)
Hard Times
Har Herrar (Fort Worth)
HEALTH (Los Angeles)
Here Holy Spain
History At Our Disposal
Hog Pig
Horse Feathers (Portland, OR)
hotel hotel (Austin)
Icarus Himself (Madison, Wisconsin)
I-45 (Houston)
I Heart Lung (Long Beach/Pasadena, CA)
Indian Jewelry (Houston)
Ishi (Dallas)
Jacob Metcalf (Dallas)
Jenn Gooch
Jessie Frye (DFW)
Joe Gideon & The Shark (London)
Jookabox (Indianapolis)
Julianna Barwick (Brooklyn)
Jupiter One (NYC)
Lane & Paul
Lazy Native
Le Not So Hot Klub de Denton
Little Birds (McKinney)
Mariachi Quetzal
Manned Missiles
Math the Band (Providence, RI)
Matthew and the Arrogant Sea
Minorcan (Austin)
Moth Fight (Austin)
Mount Righteous (Grapevine)
Museum Creatures
Natalia Mallo (São Paulo, Brazil)
Native Lights (Tulsa, OK)
Neon Indian (Brooklyn)
Nervous Curtains (Dallas)
New Science Projects
Nicholas Altobelli (Dallas)
OK Sweetheart
Ola Podrida (Austin)
Orange Peel Sunshine (Dallas)
Oso Closo
Pattern is Movement (Philadelphia)
Paul Benjaman Band (Tulsa, OK)
Peasant (Doylestown, PA)
Pigeon John (Northridge, CA)
Pinebox Serenade
Pomegranates (Cincinnatti)
Quiet Company (Austin)
Record Hop
Robert Ellis (Houston)
Robert Gomez
Robot Arm
Roy Robertson
Sabra Laval
Sarah Jaffe
Sarah Reddington (Denton/Portland)
Sarah Renfro (Brooklyn)
Savage and the Big Beat
Shiny Around the Edges
Sleep Whale
Small Time Ruffians
Smile Smile (Dallas)
Sore Losers
Spooky Folk
Stardeath and White Dwarfs (Oklahoma City)
Strangers Family Band (Orlando)
Summer of Glaciers (San Francisco)
Telegraph Canyon (Fort Worth)
The Angelus
The Beaten Sea (Dallas)
The Black Angels (Austin)
The Bizarro Kids
The Contingency Clause
The Clouds Are Ghosts (Austin)
the cut*off (Fort Worth)
The Daily Beat
The Demigs
The Diamond Center (Richmond, VA)
The Fieros (Brooklyn)
The Flaming Lips (Oklahoma City)
The Great Tyrant (Fort Worth)
The Hand Combine
The Heelers
The Hope Trust
The Jakeys
The Laughing (Austin)
The Lonesome Heroes (Austin)
The Low Lows
The Naptime Shake (Dallas)
The Phuss (Fort Worth)
The River Mouth
The Rocketboys (Austin)
The Slow Burners
The Timeline Post
The Virgin Wolves (NTX)
The Wellington Lights
These United States (Lexington, KY/Washington, DC)
This Old House
This Will Destroy You (San Marcos)
Thunder Power (Omaha)
Tre Orsi
Trespassers William (Seattle)
Unwed Sailor (Tulsa)
Via Audio (New York/Boston)
Vexed UK
Warren Jackson Hearne and the Merrie Murdre of Gloomadeers
Welcome Signs
Western Giants
Whiskey Folk Ramblers (Fort Worth)
White Drugs (Los Angeles)
Young and Brave
Zlam Dunk (San Marcos)
Zorch (Austin)