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Greetings From Mister Lies at Under the Radar’s SXSW 2013 Parties

Checking in From Flamingo Cantina in Austin, Texas

Mar 21, 2013

Mister Lies checked in from day 3 of the Under the Radar SXSW parties in Austin, Texas. More

Mister Lies – Under the Radar’s SXSW Party Spotlight

Set to Play Under the Radar's Third SXSW 2013 Party, Friday, March 15 at Flamingo Cantina

Mar 11, 2013

On March 15 Under the Radar will host the third of three free SXSW day parties. Leading up to the event we’re letting you know about each artist playing. Today we’re spotlighting Mister Lies. More

Premiere: Mister Lies Mixtape

Set to Play The Third Day of Under the Radar's SXSW Parties

Mar 09, 2013

Ahead of our three free SXSW day parties, we asked a few of the bands performing to participate in our mixtape project. Among those to rise to the occasion: Chicago-based musician Mister Lies. More

Under the Radar Announces Three SXSW Day Parties Featuring Surfer Blood, DIIV, Small Black, and more

Also Performing: Shout Out Louds, Foxygen, Marnie Stern, Doldrums, Caveman, Young Galaxy, Girls Names, IO Echo, Mister Lies, Young Dreams, and more

Mar 06, 2013

Under the Radar magazine is excited to reveal the full lineups, poster, and set times for its three SXSW 2013 day parties, taking place on Wednesday March 13, Thursday March 14, and Friday March 15. Featured performers include Surfer Blood, DIIV, Small Black, Shout Out Louds, Foxygen, Poolside, Young Galaxy, Marnie Stern, Doldrums, Caveman, Girls Names, IO Echo, Mister Lies, Young Dreams, and more. More

Mar 05, 2013

Coinciding with the release of his debut album Mowgli, Chicago bedroom producer Nick Zanca, a.k.a. Mister Lies, has unveiled a music video for the record’s lead single “Hounded.” More




Reviews

Mar 06, 2013

After breaking out in early 2012 with a pair of buzzed-over EPs, 20-year-old Chicago-based producer Nick Zanca sequestered himself in his family’s Vermont lake cottage to record his debut full-length. More