Don't call it a comeback... but with six years since their last musical release, it's about time the "What's Golden" group reemerged! And what better place to ring that old thing back than the wild west during Coachella? Catch their reunion tonight at 10:45 PM PST.
How to Destroy Angels
We all know about Trent Reznor and his ever-evolving Nine Inch Nails lineup. But meet How to Destroy Angels, a NIN offspring that's about to make its performance debut at the Indio, California festival. The band comprises Reznor, his wife Mariqueen Maandig, Atticus Ross, and Rob Sheridan. Check out their debut album, Welcome Oblivion, before their midnight set.
The Postal Service
It's been ten years since we heard from this duo, but the Death Cab for Cutie vocalist and Headset producer will be blazing the main stage, tomorrow, April 13th, at 8:50 PM.
It wasn't that long ago that this bevy of British beauties graced Austin's SXSW festival, and now, they're priming for a memorable Coachella set, tomorrow at 2:55 PM. And trust us, their metal-brass-drums mix will make you "Silence Yourself," just like their debut record.
Queens is in the house! Action Bronson's music is as robust as his stature, and as a member of XXL magazine's Freshman Class 2013, he is sure to leave the crowd rocking during his April 13th set at 1:55 PM.
Bat For Lashes
This isn't a band and this multi-faceted gem isn't new to the game. Bat For Lashes, née Natasha Khan, is already three albums deep in her career (she's been around since 2006), and she can play her own instruments. With vocals and skills on the piano, guitar, bass, percussion, and xylophone to boot, she'll certainly garner new fans during her 5:10 PM performance tomorrow.
From Vancouver, Canada to Indio, California, this experimental, one-woman army will help close the festival on Sunday at 4:15 PM We wonder what "Visions" she'll bring.
"Coexist" with British exports, The xx. Oliver Sim, Romy Madley-Croft, and Jamie Smith round out the indie pop trifecta, who'll shut down the main stage tomorrow night at 10:10 PM.
Kids These Days
This seven-member band boasts live instruments for a unique rock-rap-jazz-soul-R&B blend. What's really commendable is that no one in this Chicago collective is older than 21 years old—and they're not afraid to let young age hold them back! They'll be performing a set, including songs from Traphouse Rock, tomorrow morning at 11:45 AM.
Don't let the name fool you—there's nothing modest about this group of veterans. Since 1993, they've served fans with singles like "Float On" and "Missed the Boat." And for tonight's set at 7:25 PM, Fuse reports that they may debut songs from their Big Boi (of OutKast) collaboration.