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Singer and songwriter Allen Stone describes himself as "a hippie with soul," and his music reflects both sides of this formula; his vocals and melodic style show the clear influence of classic soul and R&B of the 1960s and ‘70s, while his lyrics reveal an idealism and passion that recall the folk-inspired singer/songwriters of the same era....
Like some kind of sonic Pulp Fiction, Bad Rabbits fuse futuristic R&B and post-rock for a slick one-two punch. Think Sly Stone fronting Bad Brains, and you're maybe a third of the way there. Boston's Bad Rabbits began drumming up a flurry of buzz in 2009 with their self-released EP, Stick Up Kids.
"Making music is about having an impact," exclaims DJ Carnage. It's easy to feel the impact on every track the Los Angeles-based artist produces or remixes. With a versatile mindset and deft approach, he siphons electro, hip hop, pop, and trap into an intoxicating brew unlike anything out there....
Featuring a pair of alluring frontwomen in Berklee College of Music voice majors Jess Wolfe and Holly Laessig, Brooklyn-based indie pop quintet Lucius, which also relies on the talents of drummer Dan Molad and guitarists Peter Lalish and Andrew Burri, specializes in an evocative mix of torchy, pedal steel-infused Americana and beguiling, urban indie pop that falls somewhere between Neko Case, Blanche, and Cults....
Formed in Seattle by a group of northwestern transplants, the Head and the Heart is an indie folk band whose influences include Americana, country-rock, and classic Beatlesque pop. The lineup came together in 2009, when songwriters Jonathan Russell and Josiah Johnson met at an open mic event at Seattle's Conor Byrne Pub....
One thing of which Diplo (aka Diplodocus, Wes Diplo, and Wes Gully) cannot be accused is being afraid to experiment with new music. With his mash-up mixtapes, he found and created a sound where his musical tastes -- '80s pop, electronica, Dirty South hip-hop, and his major influence, Miami bass music -- intersect....
Beginning as the lo-fi experimental folk project of Merrill Garbus (also of the noisy indie pop band Sister Suvi) tUnE-yArDs fuses indie-pop and global elements into uniquely vibrant music. Garbus began writing and performing under the tUnE-yArDs moniker in 2006, using a digital voice recorder and shareware mixing software to assemble her homespun patchwork of found sounds, field recordings, ukulele, unusual percussion and surprisingly soulful vocals....
Danish singer Karen Marie Ørsted first made an impact on the music scene under the moniker MØ in 2013, when she lent her vocals to Swedish producer Avicii's song "Dear Boy," from his hit album True. Born in Odense, Ørsted has pursued music since she received a Spice Girls CD when she was ten years old....
U.K.-based noise pop band the Fireworks were formed in 2011 when Matthew (of Big Pink Cake, an indie pop dance night) began singing songs over the phone to his friends during conversations. They convinced him to turn it into something more tangible, he agreed, and soon his friends Emma from the Pocketbooks, Isabel from Things in Herds, and Carys of the Give It Ups joined up on vocals, bass, and drums, respectively....
Pop-punk band New Found Glory's first album, released in 1999, was peppered liberally with quotes from the novel and movie THE OUTSIDERS, an apt reflection of the group's youthful but literate sensibilities....
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|10/01||7:00 pm||Allen Stone, Bad Rabbits, Jared and the Mill|
|10/02||8:00 pm||Carnage, Junkie Kid, Paris Blohm|
|10/03||10:00 pm||ACL Fest Late Night Show: The Head and The Heart|
|10/04||10:00 pm||ACL Fest Late Night Show: Diplo and Walshy Fire|
|10/05||9:00 pm||ACL Fest Late Night Show: tUnE-yArDs|
|10/07||6:30 pm||New Found Glory, We Are The In Crowd, Fireworks and Candy Hearts|
|10/10||10:00 pm||ACL Fest Late Night Show: Chvrches|
|10/11||10:00 pm||Gramatik and Lettuce with Late Night Radio|
|10/17||8:00 pm||Charli XCX|
|10/18||8:00 pm||Vance Joy and Jaymes Young|
|10/28||7:30 pm||Baauer and Boys Noize|
|10/30||8:00 pm||Julian Casablancas and The Voidz|
|10/31||8:00 pm||The Revivalists|
|11/01||8:00 pm||Psychedelic Furs with The Lemonheads|
|11/11||8:00 pm||Justin Townes Earle|
|11/14||9:00 pm||Savoy & Bright Lights|
|11/15||8:00 pm||Method Man and Redman|