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Meera Rajagopalan is the Austin Editor for Miss A. A proud Longhorn, Meera earned her journalism degree from UT. Some of her hobbies include event planning, writing and baking. She loves trying new recipes and experimenting with food. Her latest creation was Pistachio Fudge. A tech nerd at heart, Meera loves cool iPhone apps and geeking out with friends about social media trends. Aside from the tech stuff, Meera also enjoys discovering new fonts. There’s something about finding the perfect font to help enhance titles. Besides her hobbies, Meera loves free stuff. So far besides tons of samples, she’s won concert tickets, movie passes (compliments of Do512) and a cooking class.

SXSW Music 2014: iTunes Festival At SXSW

During SXSW Music, iTunes and ACL Live hosted five amazing nights filled with music spanning many genres. From Coldplay and Imagine Dragons to Keith Urban and Austinite Willie Nelson, music fans were able to find a day that was perfect for them.

(Photo Credit: Meera Rajagopalan)

(Photo Credit: Meera Rajagopalan)

One of the best parts of experiencing ACL is getting introduced to new music. Attending the Capital Cities, Band of Skulls and Soundgarden night was an amazing experience.

Capital Cities performed last year at Perez Hilton’s One Night In Austin, so seeing them again this year was definitely fun. They played their hits, along with a cover and throwback to the Bee Gees with “Stayin’ Alive.” They also performed what will be their next single, “One Minute More.”

Shortly after, Band of  Skulls came out. Band of Skulls hails from Southampton. They performed their hits along with “Nightmares” from their upcoming album Himalayan.

(Photo Credit: Meera Rajagopalan)

(Photo Credit: Meera Rajagopalan)

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