English rock band Arctic Monkeys made their Austin City Limits debut at the Moody Theatre in the midst of a sold-out world tour and a headlining spot on ACL Music Fest. Their electrifying performance aired on PBS in January and was one for the books as the quartet rocked through a set that included crowd
Portugal. The Man and Local Natives were the featured acts on a recent episode of Austin City Limits, and both bands definitely delivered the goods. While Portugal. The Man played past hits like “Sleep Forever,” they also highlighted several new tracks off latest album Evil Friends. As for Local Natives, they performed the haunting “Columbia” off 2013’s Hummingbird and also called back to previous gems like “Airplanes.” Watch a few web exclusive performances in the clips below, and for more information and tour dates, visit the Facebook pages of Portugal. The Man and Local Natives.
The Red Hot Chili Peppers lived up to their headlining status at this year’s Austin City Limits music festival with a scorching Sunday night performance. One of the songs that they offered their screaming audience was “Otherside,” a track off their 1999 hit Californication.
Watch as Tegan and Sara perform "I'm Not Your Hero" at Austin City Limits. The song will appear on January's upcoming new album, Heartthrob.
After only two albums, Two Door Cinema Club has officially reached a main stage-level of fame as a band. Appearing on the Bud Light Stage Sunday at the Austin City Limits music festival, the Irish indie rockers had a huge crowd in the palms of their hands, playing a hit-filled set culled from 2010's Tourist
While at the Austin City Limits music festival, the Black Lips performed a special version of "Stuck in My Mind" before they took the Austin Ventures Stage. The song is from some of the band's earliest recording sessions back around 2000. Watch the Black Lips in action below and visit their official Facebook page for more
Tegan and Sara haven’t been playing all of the cuts off of their upcoming (January 2013) album, Heartthrob, in their live shows, but the ones they have certainly hit the mark with their rabid fanbase. Speaking with the twin Quin sisters Friday at the Austin City Limits music festival, it was estimated that approximately four