With more than 250 bands scheduled across 8 different venues, it was impossible to cover all of the action of the 2017 Coachella Festival. But we did our best to roam the grounds and catch as much live music as possible. Below, we've rounded up a handful of highlights from an exhilarating second weekend in
Long Beach, California punk stalwarts T.S.O.L. (True Sounds of Liberty) actually played one of Golden Voice's first-ever shows back in December 1981, but it wasn't until last weekend that they appeared on its famed Coachella festival bill. Nearly four decades into their storied career, it came at an exciting time as the band released new
Burnt out with the music industry, the pursuit of trying to be bigger and better, and absolutely sick of each other in mid-2013, indie electro-pop trio Two Door Cinema Club decided they needed some time apart. “It never came to a proper breakup but we did get together and say, ‘We need to go away
Shortly before their debut Coachella appearance in 2010, Local Natives guitarist Ryan Hahn spoke with the press at his alum, Pepperdine University. Asked about the band’s future 10 years down the road, Hahn explained that it was really just about making music full-time as long as possible. However, he did throw in that it would
L.A. indie rock band Lord Huron offered those out on the lawn a breezy set to enjoy during their late-afternoon Friday slot at back to back weekends of Coachella. And the festival has also made a glimpse of their set available for everyone by sharing a clip of "Way Out There" off 2015's Strange Trails.
Pinetop, Ariz. native Zella Day held court at Coachella over the weekend, putting on a mesmerizing set if the clip below is any indication. Wearing a '70s pale-yellow pantsuit decorated with fish and matching headband, Day and her stellar live band perform "Sweet Ophelia" off her debut studio album Kicker, which has earned high praise
New York-based band Interpol rocked the main stage during back-to-back weekends at Coachella earlier this month. The festival has posted a few of those clips in "Everything is Wrong" and "All the Rage Back Home." Watch both below.
Trio Reverend Horton Heat recently brought its psychobilly tunes to the 2015 Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in Indio, Calif. Watch the band rip through "Let Me Teach You How To Eat" in the clip below.
It was no surprise that Irish singer/songwriter Hozier played his Grammy-nominated single “Take Me to Church” during his phenomenal set at Coachella on Saturday. But he did have one big surprise up his sleeve. After he got the massive crowd in front of the festival’s main stage to sing “Happy Birthday” to bassist Alex Ryan,
It was as if Led Zeppelin’s Jimmy Page challenged the men of Royal Blood to wield the hammer of the gods when he presented them with the BRIT Award for Best British Group earlier this year, because the duo was absolutely thunderous during their Coachella performance on Saturday. Bassist/singer Mike Kerr and drummer Ben Thatcher