The BGB's, a vocal-centric five-piece R&B group, follows as the second of four features. They start off scatting and singing "please, this mic on" to calm the restless crowd of about 45 people standing around in the dark, sweaty space, sipping beers as Haynes prepares extra microphones on stage. Once all five voices can be heard, they immediately command the attention of everyone in earshot with their cover of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep." Cheers start to sweep through the building like the Holy Ghost in a Baptist church. Then they step into original material and their message deepens as they sing "Love is you" in pitch-perfect unison, the breakdown speaking of corruption, consumption, and pollution. The message, "You must go underground," resonates in this deeply underground space.