“We Can’t Stop” was performed, but the other collaborations may just have been better.
The nearly two-hour set finds the pair meeting in the middle of their distinct sounds to create a driving, minimal techno mix heavy on dub effects and deep bass lines.
While the backlash of Lady Gaga’s SXSW performance has been relatively huge because of its grotesqueness, there’s one celebrity who is taking issue with the onstage antics for a different reason.
I guess Lady Gaga is the new Miley Cyrus this week, or is Miley the old Gaga?
It’s not been a banner year for Odd Future at SXSW.
Among awards shows, the mtvU Woodie Awards are a peculiar affair. The crowd were genuinely pumped to be in a converted gravel lot in downtown Austin.
Among the hilariously named fake acts include Tanya and the Hardings, DJ Costco and all-female rap act, Heavy Flow.
Lady Gaga is a woman torn. She likes the power of being a pop star who can affect change in those around her, but without all the corporate politics. Unless, those corporations can help her spread her message, then she’ll make an exception.
Leave it to Lady Gaga to introduce us to the disgusting act of ‘vomit painting.’ Gross!
Let it never be said that Lady Gaga loses any of her artistic vision in subtlety.