It was another riotous week in Austin, Texas for SXSW 2017 - but some of the week's finest acts took a bit of time to pose for NME in these beautiful portrait pics.
Argentine star Tei Shi hanging out by some corrugated iron - as you do.
Tinashe whipping her hair back and forth.
Having a lark in the park? Gotta be Sundara Karma.
Clearly Kettering's Temples didn't get the memo - bit hot for jackets and scarfs, surely?
Norway's finest, Sløtface, heading downtown for a bit of sight seeing.
Alexandra Savior taking a bit of chill time before her appearance at the NME SXSW showcase.
They might be on every festival bill in the UK this summer, but Slaves still found time to pop by the new music festival in the US.
Rag'N'Bone Man taking his moniker half-seriously as he hangs around by the scraps.
World beaters QTY taking a bit of leisurely time out.
It's Dream Wife! Though they don't need bailing out, thankfully.
New Jersey's Forth Wanderers living life by the edge of one of Austin's many rivers.
New York's The Britanys made the trip down to Texas for some killer shows.
The Drums' Johnny Pierce with the most eye-catching outfit of the week.
Prior to playing our showcase Brixton's Shame were doing a bit of monkeying around.
The ever provocative H09909 repping Megadeth. Good on them.
No one enjoys perching on the stairs quite like Chicago hip-hop star Joey Purp does.
Not quite sure The Big Moon have got the hang of how to sit properly on a sofa just yet. Nearly there, though.
Amber Bain AKA The Japanese House taking a bit of quiet time.
The ever-changing look of The Lemon Twigs looking as unique as ever.
Mick Fleetwood was in town to talk about his new book Love That Burns - A Chronicle of Fleetwood Mac.
Apple Music man Zane Lowe was in town to give one of the keynote speeches.
Music icon Nile Rodgers looking as cool - and happy - as ever.
The Avett Brothers and directors Judd Apatow and Michael Bonfiglio, stopped by to premiere their new film May It Last: A Portrait of the Avett Brothers