• UO Live in Austin: Tommy Genesis, The Japanese House, and RG Lowe Play Day 4 at UO Space 24 Twenty

    This Saturday we closed out our UO Live in Austin showcase at Space 24 Twenty with a lineup of stellar daytime acts that ran the gamut from dream pop to avant garde rap. Scroll on to see more photos from the backlot.
    Photos by Driely S. 

    Austin-based songwriter RG Lowe opened the day, showcasing songs from his debut album, Slow Time. After that Marika Hackman’s latticework guitar leads wove through the afternoon air. Before we knew it we were falling in love with the incredibly catchy sounds of The Japanese House. Finally, rapper lit up the afternoon Tommy Genesis to finish the daytime shows on an energized note. 

    The VERB Beauty Station was in action all day. 

    Musicians and fans alike gathered at the Crosley vinyl cutting station to record their own songs straight to records that they could take home! 

    Bye, Austin. Thanks for hanging with us, see you next time!