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Wu-Tang, Wild Flag, Fishbone, Yelawolf and More at Village Voice Media SXSW Party

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For those us far away from the indie music pilgrimage in Austin, Texas, known as South By Southwest, there's good news: In addition to members of the Crossfade team being there, our parent company, Village Voice Media, is all over it.

In fact, VVM threw a little shindig last night at the Austin Music Hall (sounds fancy!) along with Frank151. The event featured performances by Wu-Tang Clan, Yelawolf, WIld Flag, Trae the Truth, Times New Viking, and more. Even Erykah Badu made an appearance, which according to our sister paper, Houston Press, was billed as a DJ set, even though she tagged along with the Wu-Tang Clan to perform a few songs.

For more in-depth coverage of the Village Voice Media/Frank151 party, head over to Houston Press.

But before you do that, check out a few more photos from the party after the jump.

Check out all the photos from the VVM/Frank151 SXSW party here. And for continuing coverage out of Austin, visit blogs.houstonpress.com/sxsw.

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