Kate Nash (if you like Lilly Allen)
ZZ Ward (Good Female singer)
Anti-Flag (political anti-government punk rock)
Solange (Beyoncé's little sister)
Dum Dum Girls (if you like Bleached)
"Electro Swing". I had no idea there was such a thing. Warm and fuzzy feelings.
idm ✦ sts
Everyone's a Photographer
Really digging Miike Snow new project.
Coachella Weekend 1 & 2
Cannot push this band enough. Amazing, especially considering their ages.
I hope to someday die of spontaneous human combustion, and in my final moments, I want to give each and every one of you a hug.
Nearly all of the dance music artists worth seeing are on the bottom three lines. Examples:
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Cajmere aka Green Velvet
Poolside. So fuckin good. Very stoked for them on Sun.
austra - great. dark, synthy pop. think purity ring with more fuzz.
††† - also kinda dark synthy pop. lyrically right in line with chino moreno's deftones stuff. he's on vocals, shaun lopez of far guitars, chuck doom is a crazily talented bassist, and dino of dredg is something of a drummer hero for me... way looking forward to this set.
wye oak - two piece that sound like more and make pretty, spacy, kinda folky sounds. excellent musicians and stuff.
caravan palace - big band-ish swing with samplers, synths, and turntables. swing house? iunno. crazy, crazy fun. they're gonna pack a tent, i reckon.
the plan! - the dismemberment plan play awesome, energetic, lyrically intriguing post-punk stuff that makes me mega happy.
bombay bicycle club - never got super into them, but i've genuinely enjoyed all of the stuff i've heard. heavily electronically tinged dance-y guitar stuff from britain. kinda foals-y, i guess, maybe?
rl grime - dark, dirty trap hop stuff. fun for brain waves.
surfer blood - been waiting for this band to get a coachella booking since they released their first lp. it has just a perfect coachella sound. reverb heavy, fun rock stuff. way excited for them.
j. roddy walston and the business are gonna tear it up and you should be there for it.
it makes me forget to relax. with a heart full of holes, and a head full of dreams. with a mouthful of honey, and a fistful of bees.
Austra > Jagwar Ma > A$AP Ferg > Flume > The Glitch Mob > Bonobo > Haim > Broken Bells > Outkast
Temples > Blood Orange > Warpaint > Banks > Washed Out > Solange > CHVRCHES > Lorde
Jhene Aiko > AlunaGeorge > The 1975 > Classixx > Chance the Rapper > James V. McMorrow > Lana Del Rey > Disclosure
Saints of Valory. Love their sound.
Aeroplane. Shimmery groovy goodness!
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1/11-Dawes (Crescent Ballroom)
1/26-Cody Jinks (Crescent Ballroom)
3/1-Green Day (TSR Arena)
3/11-Japandroids (Music Box)
3/28-Eric Church (TSR Arena)
4/14-16-Coachella Weekend 1
6/14-Roger Waters (Gila River Arena)
Definitely agree with everyone saying Aeroplane. A must see.
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Flight Facilities - reppin' Sydney!
Anna Lunoe - Sydney's first lady of hip hop!!
Dec: Ratatat, Kenton Slash Demon
Jan: DāM-FunK, Disclosure Live
Feb: St Jerome's Laneway Festival, Anthony Naples
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Trail of Dead 9.25 // Trentemoller 9.28 // Boys Noize 10.5 // Faint 10.20 // Dillinger Escape Plan 10.30 // Wild Beasts 11.5
Some of the artists on the bottom three lines are really big in New Zealand. Netsky is huge in NZ and I've seen him live a few times - definitely not to miss if your into drum and bass:
Also AlunaGeorge is another big artist in New Zealand - again great live, saw them opening for Disclosure last year and was blown away by Alunas stage presence (Aluna sings on White Noise by Disclosure).
Would also recommend Flight Facilities and Anna Lunoe