1. Sigur Ros (First time seeing them since coachella 06. Despite the ridiculous conflicts there was no way I was leaving that set once I gaer started.)
2. Wu Tang (With an orchestra and all the members actually caring they put on a hell of a show.)
3. Paul Kalkbrenner (Only time I was in the Sahara. I was a bit nervous about the crowd but the atmosphere was great.)
4. Jurassic 5 (They're exactly the opposite of the Wu in how cohesive their show is. Really glad I finally got to see them.)
5. James Blake (RZA cameo was amazing and unexpected, plus he finished with part of ODB's verse from Black Widow pt2.)
Other stuff: Disclosure ended up being the perfect way to end the weekend, though it sucked missing DCD. Janelle Monae's got some great
stage presence, she needs to release another album already, though. Leaving Grinderman halfway through was one of the hardest conflict decisions
I've ever had to make at Coachella, luckily J5 didn't disappoint. I enjoyed Four Tet but expected a bit more as he was one of my more anticipated sets.
I might've been thrown off by his late start. Julio Bashmore was solid. How To Destroy Angels had some cool visuals but their music is pretty damn
boring. Modest Mouse was tight and on point, Doin the Cockroach was a solid surprise.