Interscope signee Billie Eilish performed to a packed out crowd at the Central Presbyterian Church on Thursday, March 16 as part of the South by Southwest Music Festival.
The 15-year old performed a 20 minute set including her breakout hit single “Ocean Eyes”, the recently released banger “Bellyache”, and “Six Feet Under”.
Eilish also performed new songs that will be included on her full length project schedule to be released this summer on Interscope/Darkroom.
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It never really crossed our minds how much we love, absolutely love Clean Bandit. Listening to their newest single got us wondering if they’ve ever had a song that was underwhelming. No, the answer is a hundred and ten percent no.
While we await the release of the new album (can’t wait to give them by coins), the British electronic music group teamed up with Sweden’s finest, better known as Zara Larsson, on the beautifully orchestrated Symphony. A breathtaking and unique brand of soulful pop, sure to age like fine wine.
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With his collaboration with Camila Cabello
Dark-pop princess BANKS headlined Thursday night of South by Southwest’s StubHub Live.
BANKS took a break from her successful European tour to make an appearance at Austin’s most popular music festival. The “Begging For Thread” singer opened her hour long set with creepy, demonic-like voices that would serve as an introduction to fan favorite “Poltergeist” off her latest album The Altar.
Accompanied by two dark figures, the songstress lead them like a cult leader, dancing side to side in synchrony. Her set included most songs off her sophomore record including lead single “Gemini Feed” and “Trainwreck”, and more »
2016’s overnight sensation Maggie Rogers made her way down to Austin, TX for the South by Southwest music festival yesterday March 16.
After a Pharrell endorsed career launch, Rogers proved that she can stand on her own with the release of her debut EP titled Now That The Light is Fading earlier this year. Her live performance serves as validation to this point as well. The Maryland native performed a 30-minute set including songs from her new EP, a guitar-based song titled “Little Joys” from her times as a folk singer, and a gorgeous electro-pop cover of Neil more »
Texas’ very own Solange Knowles made a one-off appearance last night at SXSW’s YouTube at Coppertank.
Fans of the “Cranes In The Sky” songstress started lining up hours prior to the show for the chance to see their idol. The line snaked all the way around the location, a clear sign that this was not a show anyone could afford missing. As they walked into the private showcase, they were greeted with an atmospheric, avant-garde percussion performance curated by Saint Heron while they waited for Knowles’ much anticipated arrival on stage.
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Nashville is not all about country and pop newcomer PHANGS made it loud and clear at SXSW’s The Nashville House at Teller’s last evening.
With honest 80’s inspired electro-pop tunes, similar to those of bands such as COIN and LANY, and a strong falsetto, PHANGS’ Jake Germany performed a magnetic high energy 30-minute set that represented everything that is good about the pop renaissance currrently happening in Nashville, TN.
Set highlights included the debut single “Cul De Sac” and upcoming collaboration with rapper R.LUM.R “Always Been U”.
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