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Hlavaty On The Hloose At SXSW: Roky + Okkervil Close, Stoner Blooze, Nigerian Neo-Soul, Silver Robots, Green Dreads...

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5:08 p.m.: "This is how Roky should sound." 5:09 p.m. Rocks Off Sr.: "How's that?" 5:09 p.m.: "Starry Eyes. Man, when he's backed by true fans he is on fire. Will and the guys and lady do him more than justice." 5:12 p.m.: "This is some next level Crazy Horse business. Can't wait for their album together." 5:12 p.m. Rocks Off Sr.: "See if you can get up closer for another pic. Lady?" 5:16 p.m.: "Can't get no closer, but the big cam has nice pics." 5:21 p.m.: "Sleepy Sun in Emo's Annex. Witchy jams." 5:26 p.m.: "Sleepy Sun. Yes. Kick ass throwback jam and blues. Blooze." 5:27 p.m. Dan Oko: "Nneka plays songs off her recent U.S. release Concrete Jungle - she's getting worthwhile press. Set includes song 'Uncomfortable Truth.'" 5:42 p.m.: "I'm not going to dignify your green dreadlocks with a picture, broham. That and you ran away too fast." 5:46 p.m.: "I wish Austin would abolish St. Pat's Day during SXSW." 5:46 p.m. Dan Oko: "She vows to change meaning of VIP to 'vagabonds in power' and leads the crowd in a singalong." 5:48 p.m.: "Skiffle version of 'Bad Moon Rising.' Hanging with crust punks." 6:01 p.m.: "Resting up for tonight. Follow me on Twitter @hprocksoff. We got Spoon, Wanda Jackson, and some Warpaint coming. And ya know, more Motorhead."

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