Less than an hour into the night, and there was already a pool of blood on the Cavern's stage. From that auspicious opening set by Spector 45 through Telegraph Canyon's big finish at Bandera, the DOMA Showcase was packed with great performances.
If you couldn't be there, of if looking back on the night leaves you just a little foggy on the details, you can relive it all now, with a flip through our slideshow from the night.
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