Jimmy Kimmel Live sent a reporter to this year's Coachella Music and Arts Festival outside of Los Angeles to talk with fans about some of the "lesser-known acts." It's so hipster cool to listen to obscure bands. It makes some people feel like they're in an exclusive group of innovative ears. This hilarious segment and successful experiment shows what length some young fans will go not to
Coachella 2013's first weekend finished Sunday (April 14) with a virtual sandstorm. As high winds and chilly weather overtook Indio, Calif., it seemed for a time the festival might not conclude as scheduled, but the Red Hot Chili Peppers braved the gusts and gave the most intense audience of the entire weekend something to remember, as they energetically delivered hit after hit in the closest thin
For most fans, Coachella 2013 got off to a rocky start, as security lines backed up under scorching sunlight, but concertgoers quickly put that problem behind them as they walked onto polo fields filled with bands, rappers, folk singers, DJs and some really bizarre people dressed up like hippos. We saw a lot for one day, so here's a quick recap of the highlights, lowlights and just regular lights.
I've been to Indio, California and it kinda sucks. ANY OTHER TIME OF YEAR than NOW. That's when Coachella goes down and the 2013 lineup is right here. Also, we've got important info on what to do when you get busted for drugs at the festival.
Tickets for the first weekend of Coachella 2013 sold out 15 minutes after going on sale yesterday (Jan. 29), the L.A. Times reports. And it's easy to see why: The lineup, announced last week, includes the Red Hot Chili Peppers, the xx, Postal Service, Blur, Vampire Weekend, Sigur Ros, Modest Mouse and many more.
I've been to Indio, California and it kinda sucks. ANY OTHER TIME OF YEAR than April. That's when Coachella goes down and the 2013 lineup has been announced. Also, we've got important info on what to do when you get busted for drugs at the festival.
Since the death of Levon Helm last Thursday (drummer of the Band), musicians all over have been paying tribute to the Rock legend. A couple Moose artists teamed up to do their part over the weekend at Coachella. Check out The Black Keys and John Fogerty covering "The Weight", one of the Band's most well-known songs and one of the few on the legendary 'Music From Big Pink' record on which
We all expect rock stars to evolve musically AND physically, right? Who hasn't benefited from a good make-over? But Grace Potter might be at the top of the "I Always Had Crazy Talent But Not Capped Teeth and Blonde Hair" list. See what I mean here: