A handful of Ones To Watch artists got their moment to shine in front of a mainstream crowd at Coachella's first weekend, which wrapped last night. Here are our highlights.
Armed with a bass guitar and drum kit, the Brighton duo unleashed a savage set we've come to expect from them Saturday mid-afternoon. They had to pry themselves away from the stage and a crowd wanting more when their set ended.
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The New Orleans guitarist and singer swept through the Gobi stage like a hurricane with his bluesy southern rock. His hoarse vocals were most potent when he set aside his guitar and sang accompanied by his drummer and bassist.
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The Oxford quartet packed the Gobi tent to max capacity with their luscious set, timed perfectly as night set in.
George Maple x What So Not
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EDM power duo What So Not brought out rising vocalist George Maple to perform their recent single, "Gemini," which was made for the Sahara-tent.
English funk-pop group instigated a dance party of Sahara tent proportions to the Mojave.
The Harlem rapper and singer brought the energy and attitude worthy of the prestige of the Coachella stage on Friday as festival goers headed into the grounds for the evening.
Photo: Andy Holzman
The German folk-pop duo were a sure-fire hit with their charming German accented-English and internationally embraced pop tunes during Saturday's sunset.