The Underrated Acts From Coachella That You Should Be Listening To
It’s time to give the headliners a little room to breathe
Coachella, you pay to see the performances of the headliners. But what’s great about these things is that you’re also introduced to several smaller acts that are just as worthy to listen to.
Event organizer Goldenvoice worked its magic at Coachella 2017 with its line-up of smaller-time names.
Anything with the world ‘taco’ is sure to get our attention, but Seattle-based Tacocat had us searching for their music online. They performed The Internet over the weekend, which singer Emily Nokes described as a song about some “really sad dudes.”
You can listen to more of their songs on Spotify.
Here is a boy that sometimes dresses in women’s clothing, is a practicing Jew and is one hell of a singer-songwriter. Ezra Furman’s music will hit home with anyone that’s unapologetically themselves, but is still looking for a connection.
Listen to more of his music on Spotify.
Last year, Mitski released her critically acclaimed album, Puberty 2. It was sonically amazing and perfectly captured her vocal talent, which is often times ethereal and completely unhinged the rest of the time.
Catch more of her on Spotify.
Guided By Voices
Despite its loyal followers, indie rockers Guided By Voices made their Coachella debut just over the weekend. We have no doubt that this fan base will grow exponentially now that they’ve played on one of the biggest stages in music festival history.
Give their catchy tunes a listen on Spotify.
These LA favorites have made a name for themselves by producing some very infectious beats that anyone would be crazy not to dance to. They’ve been circling stages for years now, but just recently released their third studio album, Freedom Is Free.
You can listen to more on Spotify.
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