The sister act from Los Angeles took home the BBC's Sound of 2013 award earlier this year. While you wait for their debut album to arrive later this year, watch them perform "Falling" at Filter Magazine's SXSW Showdown in Austin, Texas.
It's the last day of SXSW and now it's time to go on that smoothie detox. With what energy we had left, we caught rapper Earl Sweatshirt's impressive festival debut and celebrated Smashing Pumpkins frontman Billy Corgan's 46th birthday.
From Solange's pink suit and Batillus' crushing doom metal to the gloomy pop of Diamond Rings, here's what we saw on Friday at SXSW. Oh, did we mention that Usher got on stage with The Afghan Whigs for a cover of "Climax"?
Everyone's favorite chef-turned-rapper loomed large at a party presented by Warner Sound at the Belmont in Austin, Texas. Watch Action Bronson get swallowed up by the crowd during "Strictly 4 My Jeeps."
Karen O, Nick Zinner and Brian Chase's performance at NPR Music's SXSW showcase was the band's only appearance at this year's festival. The New York trio performed their new single "Sacrilege" for the first time in front of an audience and dazzled the packed Stubb's crowd with a bunch of beloved hits from yesteryear. Watch highlights from the show here.
Sinewy and powerful as ever, and backed by his longtime band, Nick Cave works the crowd like a revival preacher at half-speed during a career-spanning set at NPR Music's SXSW showcase at Stubb's in Austin, Texas. Watch Cave perform "Jubilee Street," "From Her to Eternity" and "Push the Sky Away," and hear audio of his full set.