Sunday, April 7, 2013

2013 Coachella Preview - The Sunday Bands

     Below are some of the bands on the Sunday schedule of Coachella 2013. In most (but not all) cases, we selected our favorite song by the band. The order of bands is consistent with the order selected by the promoters in designing the banner at the top of this blog post - but we highlighted the songs and bands we want to see by using RED.
     If you are interested in the Friday bands, CLICK HERE.
     If you are interested in the Saturday bands, CLICK HERE.

     "Under the Bridge" by Red Hot Chili Peppers

     "Jubilee Street" by Nick Cave and the Bad Seeds

     "Cousins" by Vampire Weekend

     "Gimmee the Sweet and Lowdown" by Social Distortion

     "Method Man" by Wu Tang Clan

     "Finally Moving" by Pretty Lights

     "Elephant" by Tame Impala

     "Stubborn Love" by The Lumineers - They are entertaining in concert. The preview is CLICK HERE

     "Hey Ho" by The Lumineers

     "Retrograde" by James Blake

     "Oblivion" by Grimes

     "America Slang" by Gaslight Anthem

     "The Geeks Were Right" by The Faint

     "Watch the Corners" by Dinosaur Jr.

     "Timeless" by Airborne Toxic Event - A preview is available at CLICK HERE

     "Sometime Around Midnight" by Airborne Toxic Event

     "Nancy from Now On" by Father John Misty

     "All of Me" by Tanlines

     "Too Close" by Alex Clare

     "110%" by Jessie Ware - a review is available CLICK HERE

     "Jet Fighter" by The Three O'Clock

     "Stay Useless" by Cloud Nothings

     "Sixpack" by Jeff the Brotherhood

     "Varsity" by Smith Westerns

     "Temptress" by Kurt Vile

     "Doused" by DIIV - we saw these guys in SF. Solid performers. The review is CLICK HERE

     "How Long Have You Known" by DIIV

     "The John Wayne" by Little Green Cars

     "Global Concepts" by Robert DeLong

     "Get Gone" by White Arrows - this is a GREAT in-concert song

     "It's Too Late" by Wild Belle - If Amy Winehouse and Bob Marley had a daughter, she would sound like this.

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