Samsung Launches ‘galaxy Studio Live’ Music Events With Biffy Clyro, Laura Mvula Plus Many More

Moshi Monsters The Movie: Can It Eclipse Pokemon? [Trailer]

As part of the live experience the Smart Ticket App creates a unique light show that fans and artists can join in with using proprietary technology from Makelight.
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Live music review: Local Natives honored to tape debut ACL TV episode (Photos)

During Austin City Limits Music Festival , when artists appear on the show a heightened sense of excitement permeates the theater as it did last night when Local Natives made their ACL TV debut. The Los Angeles indie rock quintet only has two albums out, 2009’s “Gorilla Manor” and “Hummingbird” released this year. The material attracted a fiercely loyal fan base, many of whom found a way to be in the Moody Theater crowd yesterday for an electrifying performance that accented the percussive groove that sets apart Local Natives . After opening with song, “Breakers” and playing crowd favorite, “Wide Eyes” the band took a moment to banter with the audience. An elated and effusive Taylor Rice exclaimed he was amazed to be at ACL TV and talked about why Austin is significant to the group. “Austin is a special place for us… We played what? Nine shows at SXSW in 2009. We came back the next year and played nine shows… those were two of the biggest weeks ever for our band.” -Taylor Rice Rice also announced their touring bassist, Nic Ewing was invited to join the band full time earlier in the day. He dedicated “You and I” to their new full-time bassist. The heavily percussive, afropop sound emanating from Matt Frazier (drums) and Kelcey Ayer (keyboards, percussion) was hypnotic. A cover of the Talking Heads’ “Warning Sign” was appropriate as Local Natives often cite the David Byrne led act as an influence. Indeed, there are similarities between the two groups. Frazier’s hyper-kinetic drum blasts evoked memories of Chris Frantz (Talking Heads, Tom Tom Club). Rice introduced the final song of the set, “Who Knows, Who Cares”, letting the crowd know the band rehearsed an acoustic version for the taping that highlighted the band’s ability to sing beautiful vocal harmonies. It was a fitting way to end the set. The band reappeared for a three song encore capped by a soaring “Sun Hands.” Local Natives were invited to play both weekends of Austin City Limits . You can watch of live stream of their set from the festival today at 5 p.m. CST. You can join the ACL TV mailing list to keep up with show schedules and ticket giveaways.
For the original version see http://www.examiner.com/review/live-music-review-local-natives-honored-to-tape-debut-acl-tv-episode

Live Music at Bending Branch Winery

Davey Schrank will be performing from 2-5 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 12. Enjoy the spectacular Hill Country views and a glass of your favorite Bending Branch wine while Davey Schrank performs his soulful country songs. For more information contact our tasting room at 830-995-2948 or jen@bendingbranchwinery.com Cost
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