Entries in coachella (25)


Hundred Waters: New Song & Short Film


Hundred Waters are right in between two larger than life performances at Coachella, and they've got a couple of new releases to go along with those shows.  There's the new song 'Mushroom Cloud', and a new short film by Jennifer Medina and Ben Mullinkosson called Hundred Waters Communicating.  It's an up close and personal look at the relationship Nicole Miglis and Trayer Tryon share, filmed during the lead up to the tour for their latest album Communicating.  'Mushroom Cloud' comes from the same sessions as the album, and it's just as captivating as the film.  Both invite the audience to join them in their world, a feeling that's been pervasive in their music since the very beginning and yet never more present than right now, as they share their music on one of the biggest stages in the world...

Get 'Mushroom Cloud' here


Stream TOKiMONSTA's 'Lune Rouge'

This record is truly something special.  TOKiMONSTA's latest album is entitled Lune Rouge and it represents a lengthy journey in making the record.  It's TOKiMONSTA's third full length, and her first since recovering from Moyamoya, a rare brain condition that led to her having to relearn even the most basic functions.  Walking, talking, and making music came back to her one by one and three months after her surgery she was onstage performing at Coachella.  In her words: "If I can do something like this, anyone can."

Listen to Lune Rouge below and get it here.


Photo of the day: Schoolboy Q

Schoolboy Q at Coachella, photographed by Ben HagartyGet your own GIRL POWER long sleeve t-shirt from TDE.


Sabo on the Do LaB Stage Weekend One 2017


As die hard moombahton heads, we can only love the artist and selector known as Sabo. That's the way it works for us. But he's so much more than just that, and this set from Coachella 2017 Weekend One in the Do LaB is one of the best examples we could provide for you. Don't sleep on this one:



Whethan ft. Charli XCX: "Love Gang"

Whethan's just appeared at Coachella, and is embarking on a tour that's part festival adventure, part stadium sized tour supporting the Chainsmokers.  Not bad at all for a 17 year old producer.  He's joined on the track by Charli XCX, a fellow performer at Lollapalooza, an equally vital destination festival.  The track is either pop music that's just a bit too weird to fit in, or electronic music that is way too memorable from the first listen.  We're not sure, and it doesn't really matter because either way, this shit bangs!

Get it here!