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Chvrches, Bombino, Lucius And More At The SXSW Radio Day Stage

Watch public radio favorites Jack Garratt, Chvrches, The Heavy, Bombino, Lucius and Hinds perform live at the SXSW Radio Day Stage. The show is streaming on VuHaus, a new website that publishes studio sessions and concerts from public radio stations around the country.

Special thanks to the public radio stations who curated the lineup: The Current, WXPN, The Bridge, KUTX, KDHX, KXT, Mountain Stage, opbmusic, KEXP, WFUV and KCRW.

Jack Garratt

1 p.m. ET

BBC Music named the British pop singer its "Sound Of" artist for 2016 — an honor bestowed in previous years on artists like Adele and Sam Smith. Garratt performs at SXSW on the heels of the release of his debut album, Phase.


2 p.m. ET

The Scottish trio's infectious synth-pop is helmed by singer Lauren Mayberry, whose sweet, clear vocals belie fiercely defiant lyrics. The Glaswegians released Every Open Eye last fall. Watch Chvrches perform "Leave A Trace" for The Current.

The Heavy

3 p.m. ET

The Heavy hails from Bath, England, boasting an affinity for vintage soul and psychedelic funk. The band's new album, Hurt & The Merciless, comes out April 1. Watch The Heavy perform "Good Man" for KUTX via VuHaus.


4 p.m. ET

The Niger-born Tuareg guitarist found a worldwide audience for his brand of desert blues-rock with the Dan Auerbach-produced album Nomad. His follow-up, Azel, is due April 1. Watch Bombino play "Tar Hani" at WXPN's XPoNential Festival via VuHaus.


5 p.m. ET

Beloved for their powerful unison singing over catchy pop songs (along with their propensity for matching outfits), Holly Laessig and Jess Wolfe just released their second album, Good Grief. Watch Lucius perform "Born Again Teen" for WXPN via VuHaus.


6 p.m. ET

Ana Perrote, Carlotta Cosials, Ade Martín and Amber Grimbergen make up the charismatic Madrid garage-pop band, which put out its debut full-length record, Leave Me Alone, in January. Watch Hinds perform "Fat Calmed Kiddos" for KEXP via VuHaus.

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