Watch Chicano Batman Perform 'Right Off The Back' At SXSW 2016 Chicano Batman digs deep into its own version of '70s funk groove at NPR Music's SXSW Showcase in Austin, Texas.

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Chicano Batman, 'Right Off The Back' (Live At SXSW 2016)

Sometimes you just have to let the music speak for itself. On stage at Stubb's, in Austin, Texas, Chicano Batman digs deep into its own version of a '70s funk groove, near the start of NPR Music's SXSW showcase

Watch the entire concert here, or check out other songs in the set list below.

Set List

Credits

Producers: Saidah Blount, Mito Habe-Evans, Otis Hart; Technical Director: Josh Rogosin; Director: Mito Habe-Evans; Videographers: Nickolai Hammar, Katie Hayes Luke, Cameron Robert, A.J. Wilhelm, Lizzie Chen; Editor: Kara Frame; Audio: Timothy Powell/Metro Mobile; Assistant Audio Engineer: Loretta Rae; Production Assistants: Erin Conlon, Nathan Gaar; Special Thanks: SXSW, Stubb's BBQ; Executive Producer: Anya Grundmann.

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