If it's Daft Punk/The Killers/The Rolling Stones who is the hip hop headliner?
But I guess we finally got radiohead last year (2 weekends, no less) so GV probably figures " ahh fuck 'em."
MUSE isn't playing.
"why are you so annoying" TheKlein25
I mean, who is the hip hoppiest/rappiest of those three headliners?
DAFT PUNK... Ronald Jenkees! The Prodigy! Faithless! Groove Armada Live! Underworld! London Elektricity! (live set) Future Sound of London! DJ Yoda (DVJ Set!) Dillinja and Lemon D w/ the Valve Soundsystem, Ed Solo & Deekline! Dizzee Rascal!
http://www.rollingstone.com/music/ne...tlist-20120119 - or the one about Aaron Dessner's recent production of the Local Natives record out in a few weeks.
Aaron is far from the only bandmember to be busy with other projects. You will see Bryce's work with Sufjan and Nico Muhly at that LA Phil show 4/22, plus the brothers' Crossing Brooklyn Festival in Brooklyn 4/25-27 (and, presumably, their MusicNOW Festival in Cincinnati this Spring), and at the Barbican in London 5/10-12. What you will not see around that time is a new National record or tour.
Billed as The Killaz
She probably sold 150,000 tickets within 300 miles of Indio.
Which makes her more of a draw than anybody rumored to play Coachella this year.
No, she won't be playing.
The urbans are going to riot otherwise.
Maybe Sade will be the special guest hip hop headliner
[QUOTE=malcolmjamalawesome;2612296]This has probably been said to death, but has such a collection of album releases and tour/reunion announcements (read as: actually legitimate indicia of an act's potential for playing) of so many acts that get requested ad nauseum ever happened this close to lineup time? Admittedly, the end result is more likely to be Disappointmentchella than Dreamchella.[/QUOTE]
I'd like to see a list of your favorite artists/bands (you can name like 5) and your version of Dreamchella. I would be intrigued....
The Claude Von Stroke/Daft Punk conflict is going to suuuuuuuuck