Best of ACL

Best of

Best ACL set

Shawn Badgley: Cary Ann Hearst & the Gun Street Girls

Greg Beets: LCD Soundsystem

Jim Caligiuri: Ocote Soul Sounds

Thomas Fawcett: Björk

Doug Freeman: Björk

Melanie Haupt: Devotchka

Raoul Hernandez: Andrew Bird

David Lynch: Arcade Fire

Austin Powell: Björk

Audra Schroeder: Björk

Darcie Stevens: Arcade Fire

Jay Trachtenberg: Gotan Project

Best cover

Shawn Badgley: Nicole Atkins & the Sea, "Pissing in a River" (Patti Smith)

Greg Beets: Reverend Horton Heat, "Paranoid" (Black Sabbath)

Jim Caligiuri: Dynamites, "Satisfaction" (Rolling Stones)

Thomas Fawcett: Ryan Shaw, "A Change Is Gonna Come" (Sam Cooke)

Doug Freeman: Raul Malo, "Bright Side of the Road" (Van Morrison)

Melanie Haupt: Peter Bjorn & John, "Ever Fallen in Love" (Buzzcocks)

Raoul Hernandez: Dax Riggs, "Wall of Death" (Richard Thompson)

David Lynch: Dynamites, "Satisfaction" (Rolling Stones)

Austin Powell: Dynamites, "Satisfaction" (Rolling Stones)

Audra Schroeder: St. Vincent, "Dig a Pony" (Beatles)

Darcie Stevens: St. Vincent, "Dig a Pony" (Beatles)

Jay Trachtenberg: Jeffrey Steele, "Whole Lotta Love" (Led Zeppelin)

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