Interpol’s Brooding Set Shines Bright at Coachella

True to form, Interpol’s Friday night set at Coachella was both brooding and captivating all at the same time. As red and blue lights flashed around the New York City band, frontman Paul Bank’s moody vocals punctuated the pointed riffs of guitarist Daniel Kessler and sharp beats of drummer Sam Fogarino. The group offered a

Cloud Nothings Jump-Start Coachella with Electrifying Set

Riding the high of critically acclaimed 2014 album Here and Nowhere Else, Cleveland's Cloud Nothings packed their 45-minute set on the first day of Coachella with a full dose of electrifying rock. The set, which kicked off at 1:55 p.m. in the Gobi Tent, drew a large crowd for that mid-afternoon time slot, and rightfully so.

Two Door Cinema Club Rock Coachella

During the recent two-weekend Coachella music festival, Irish rockers Two Door Cinema Club performed an evening set at the Outdoor Stage that had a huge crowd jamming along with them. Perhaps that was because of their excellent opener of “Sleep Alone,” which was the first single off their 2012 album Beacon. Check out Two Door Cinema Club playing “Sleep Alone” in the clip after the jump and visit their official website for more information.

Watch Tim Armstrong with Jimmy Cliff at Coachella

Gretsch signature artist Tim Armstrong will join Jimmy Cliff this afternoon again at Coachella in Indio, Calif. Check out this clip from last weekend's Coachella festival of set closer "One More."

Jimmy Cliff Shines at Coachella

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jimmy Cliff refused to lose any of his spunk despite ominous clouds and winds that had the stage lights swirling so furiously that the crew took a few minutes to huddle up and discuss the situation. After a slight delay, the reggae legend launched his set with an energetic

Watch Interpol Live at Coachella

Watch Interpol perform "Barricade" off their 2010 eponymous album at the Coachella Music Festival.

Interpol’s Coachella Set Visually Stunning

Written by Mike Duffy Interpol’s much-anticipated set from Coachella’s main stage was just as much about the visual effects as it was the music, and that’s how the band kind of wanted it. Heading into the massive festival, Interpol announced that they were teaming up with director David Lynch (Blue Velvet, Mulholland Drive) to create