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Superorganism: SXSW 2018

One of the biggest buzz bands of the moment is Superorganism, an East London-based, eight-piece band that might just be the freshest act FUV has heard in some time. For a collective that mixes together the musical equivalent of the kitchen sink, the pool at Hotel San José threw in another fun variable (and instrument option) for this performance of "Everybody Wants To Be Famous" from the group's self-titled debut album.

Absofacto: SXSW 2018

Jonathan Visger, who records as Absofacto, has quietly released a number of songs including “Dissolve” which garnered him a great deal of online attention, with over seven million Spotify plays. With bandmates Katie Lee and Mike Higgins, Visger's bedroom pop translated easily to an outdoor setting too, as Hotel San José's courtyard proved its SXSW magic once again.

G Flip: SXSW 2018

Another Australian artist in FUV's Hotel San José line-up for this year's SXSW is Georgia Flipo, who records as G Flip. She stopped by to perform an acoustic version of her single, "About You."

Courtney Marie Andrews: SXSW 2018

Possessing a voice that is seemingly once in a generation, Courtney Marie Andrews has spent much of the last few years on the road. She settled on Los Angeles to record her new album, May Your Kindness Remain, and in a stop at Hotel San José this SXSW, she performed a poolside version of the album's title track for us.

Nilüfer Yanya: SXSW 2018

Drawing from a range of influences, Nilüfer Yanya's voice and guitar style are fresh and unique. It’s no wonder why she’s been added to the NPR Slingshot initiative as an artist to watch, and FUV was lucky to catch up with her at Hotel San José for this performance of her latest single, "Thanks 4 Nothing," joined by saxophonist Jazzi Bobbi.

Hatchie: SXSW 2018

Hatchie is the pseudonym for the Brisbane, Australia-based artist Harriette Pilbeam. The song “Sure” was one of our first introductions to her music and the blissful, sun-soaked vibes evoke the best of Slowdive, Lush, and the Sundays. She’s a throwback and a real shoegazing dream who is playing her first shows in the United States, including SXSW and this one-song stop at Hotel San José.

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