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Unique Eye In The Sky Musicians' Collective Presents Major Unofficial SXSW Showcase

Eye In The Sky Collective, based in Austin, is a hybrid business and organization for musicians that offers discounted services for member artists as well as direct to fan sales on their recently relaunched web portal. To be part of the collective, artists enter a non-exclusive agreement and maintain control of their work. Eye In The Sky promotes member artists on the web and through events.
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