Coyote Music and Saustex Present an “International Incident” Day Show at Hole in the Wall
Coyote Music and Saustex Present an “International Incident” Day Show at Hole in the Wall

Coyote Music Press Release

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE!

Contact: Wiley Koepp 512.740.7210

March 6, 2013 - Austin, TX Austin's Coyote Music and San Antonio's Saustex Media have joined forces to present a five-band day show featuring bands from three countries. The show is billed as "An International Incident" and will be held at Hole In the Wall on Wednesday, March 13, 2013, from 1:00-6:00PM.

All ages are welcome to attend, there will be no admission charge, and since the event is not associated with South By Southwest, a SXSW wristband will not be required for entry. Complete details regarding the Coyote Music / Saustex day show can be found at the main event page:

www.coyotemusic.com/sxsw


The schedule for the day is as follows:

1:00pm - Cry Babies (Berlin)
2:00pm - Copper Gamins (D.F., Mexico)
3:00pm - Piñata Protest (San Antonio)
4:00pm - Scorpio Rising (Austin)
5:00pm - Fetsum (Berlin)

The Artists

The Cry Babies hail from Berlin, Germany but you wouldn't know it by their sound. The band pulls off a Country/Rockabilly sound that is true-to-form and convincing enough to get an all-Texan crowd out on the dance floor.

The Copper Gamins are a punk duo from Zinacantepec, Mexico. Far from emulating The White Stripes, Jose Carmen and Clau Lafania bring a raw sound that fills venues with an aggressive punk stench.

Piñata Protest combines their love of punk rock with their upbringing surrounded by the Conjunto sounds of their hometown, San Antonio. Chances are you haven't seen a punk band fronted by an accordion player...until now.

Scorpio Rising challenges the musical acumen of their home city of Austin, placing each year in multiple categories of the Austin Music Awards. So whether you call them rock, DJ, electronica, goth, industrial, or just don't give a damn about labels, Scorpio Rising puts on a live show that defies categorization.

Fetsum is an organic songwriter, bringing to his music the international influence of his Eretrian heritage, Egyptian birthplace, and his years spent living in Italy and Germany.

Posted on 3/6/13