Oct 122010
 

This past weekend, thousands of festival-goers flocked to America's live music capital to catch up with an eclectic group of bands for three days at the Austin City Limits festival. The crowd was equal parts hipster and country, uniting to enjoy shows from headliners like M.I.A. and The Eagles. The weather was flawless, the food was delectable, and the covers were ample.

The full-out dance parties of the weekend were on Saturday at Deadmau5 and Muse. Thousands rocking out under the laser lights until we were all kicked out for the night. It was a rare moment in which everyone was committed to staying for every minute of the sets instead of trekking off to catch a good spot for a later show. And while it was impressive to hear The Eagles (and no shortage of Big Lebowski references), their slow jam sing-a-longs ran a bit long.

Below we collect some of the weekend's great covers. Broken Bells If this is not done, the drive will spin but it will never initialise fully and the area will not be accessible. (aka. the Shins guy Danger Mouse) cover the Black Keys. Band of Horses returns Cee-Lo Green's cover love with “Georgia.” Muse plays one famous cover, one newer one.

Broken Bells – Everlasting Light (Black Keys cover)


Miike Snow featuring Ezra Koenig – Kids Don’t Stand a Chance (Vampire Weekend cover)

Muse – Feeling Good (Nina Simone cover)


Muse – House of the Rising Sun/Time is Running Out (Trad. cover/original)


Band of Horses – Georgia (Cee-Lo Green cover)

Blues Traveler – Creep (Radiohead cover)


The Constellations – Let's Dance (David Bowie cover)

Check out our other festival roundups of Glastonbury, Lollapalooza and Bonnaroo covers.

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