Scars on 45 recently stopped by the Guild Lounge to offer a performance of “Give Me Something,” a hit off their self-titled debut album, which was released earlier this year.
Watch the English indie rockers in the video below.
For more information, visit Scars on 45′s official website.
Hudson Moore offers an acoustic performance of “Every Which Way” from his debut album, Fireworks, from the Guild Lounge. For more information, visit Moore’s official website.
Austin, Texas based singer/songwriter Idgy Vaughn performs “Mr. Wrong” at the Guild Lounge.
Chicago-based outfit Maps & Atlases performs “Solid Ground” at the Guild Lounge.
Austin-based rockers Electric Touch performed a version of “Dominos” in the Guild Lounge.
Watch them go to work in the video below:
Austin’s psychedelic rockers the Black Angels give an acoustic performance of “Been Strugglin” in our Guild Lounge.
Watch the show below:
South Carolina post-hardcore rockers Emery show a much softer side with this acoustic performance of “I Never Got to See the West Coast” off 2011 album, “We Do What We Want.”
Portland by way of Alaska psychedelic rockers Portugal. The Man give an acoustic performance of “People Say,” off 2009 album, “The Satanic Satanist.”