1.Party Time!

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Every year we pick the best SXSW acts to play SPIN's party at Stubb’s BBQ. This year’s lineup featured Echo and the Bunnymen, Black Lips, Glasvegas, Passion Pit, Justin Hawkins' new band Hot Leg, and more. Click through to see the best pics from the show -- including this shot of Echo and the Bunnymen's Ian McCulloch singing the band's classic "Lips Like Sugar."

2.Party Time!

2/14

Every year we pick the best SXSW acts to play SPIN's party at Stubb’s BBQ. This year’s lineup featured Echo and the Bunnymen, Black Lips, Glasvegas, Passion Pit, Justin Hawkins' new band Hot Leg, and more. Click through to see the best pics from the show -- including this shot of Echo and the Bunnymen's Ian McCulloch singing the band's classic "Lips Like Sugar."

3.Rock!

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Fronted by James Allan's spirited holler, up-and-coming Scottish band Glasvegas charmed the afternoon audience.

4.Showing Some Clash

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Glasvegas frontman Allan -- who uncannily resembles late Clash frontman Joe Strummer -- rips through the set.

5.Jump for Joy

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With white hot energy (and black hot leather), Justin Hawkins, formerly of the Darkness, unveiled his new band, Hot Leg.

6.Glam is Back!

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The flamboyant Hawkins went for glam at Stubb's -- with a leather suit and a rock'n'roll hair-do.

7.Blast Off!

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Los Angeles DJ duo N.A.S.A. soundtracked part of the SPIN show.

8.The Lucky Few

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Concertgoers who scored a pass to the exclusive party rally up front for Echo and the Bunnymen.

9.Passionate About Music

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Boston indie-pop band Passion Pit impressed with their mix of electronic flourishes, snappy guitars, and frontman Michael Angelakos' high-pitched wail.

10.Lips Service

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Atlanta punks Black Lips treated SPIN partygoers to songs from their new album, 200 Million Thousand. Pictured: bassist Jared Swilley (left) and drummer Joe Bradley.

11.Howdy, Partner

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Black Lips guitarist Cole Alexander (left) was dressed appropriately for the Texas fiesta.

12.Ta-da!

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Jane's Addiction frontman Perry Farrell introduced Echo and the Bunnymen by calling them a huge influence on Jane's sound.

13.Say Ah...

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Despite the blazing sun, Echo's McCulloch sported his characteristic garb -- a coat and sweatshirt -- throughout the entire set.

14.Adios!

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Echo closed out SPIN's annual bash. See you next year!