Watch Outkast’s Return Set at Coachella


Coachella is still going and if haven’t already tuned in sometime this weekend to see weekend one of the annual music festival, you might be missing out on some great performers including The Arcade Fire, Queens of the Stone Age, Foster the People, Muse, Beck, HAIM, The Replacements and many more. 

One of the most anticipated performances of the weekend took place on Friday; the return of Outkast. After being on hiatus for the past decade, the duo revealed that they would be performing at every single music festival known to mankind this Summer beginning with Coachella. Though there was nothing but mixed reactions about the performance, they did not skip on guests including Janelle Monae, Sleepy Brown and rapper Future. 

Andre 3000 did reveal that Prince was backstage, but sadly, the purple one did not join them on stage. 

Watch their full set which includes tracks from 1998’s Aquemini, 2000’s Stankonia and 2003’s Speakerboxxx/The Love Below


Stream Weekend One of Coachella


Coachella has officially begun and for those not making the trek to California for the first weekend, doesn’t mean that you have to be left out of all the great performances. For the next two days, not counting part of today, you can tune below and watch the live stream from the festival.

The festival began their telecast at 3:30 p.m. PST and is slated to wrap up day one at midnight PST. The telecast is then schedule to once again resume at 3:30 p.m. PST tomorrow and close out whenever the last performers of the evening, Nas, The Dismemberment Plan, Muse, and Pet Shop Boys, come to an end. The full live stream schedule can be seen after the videos so you can plan accordingly. 





Friday April 11
Channel 1:
3:30pm – ZZ Ward
4:15pm – Grouplove
5:15pm – MS MR
6:00pm – Bastille
7:00pm – HAIM
7:50pm – Neko Case
8:40pm – Ellie Goulding
9:30pm – Broken Bells
10:30pm – Girl Talk
11:30pm – Outkast

Channel 2:
3:30pm – Flatbush Zombies
4:15pm – Aloe Blacc
5:20pm -AFI
6:10pm – GOAT
7:00pm – The Afghan Whigs
8:15pm – Woodkid
9:05pm – Chromeo
9:55pm – Bryan Ferry
11:00pm – The Cult
12:00am – Anti-Flag

Channel 3:
3:30pm – Jagwar Ma
4:20pm – Wye Oak
5:15pm – Dum Dum Girls
6:05pm – A$AP Ferg
7:00pm: Kate Nash
8:00pm – Zedd Hangout – Backstage Meet & Greet
8:30pm – Bonobo
9:30pm – Carnage
10:25pm – The Glitch Mob
11:20pm- Martin Garrix
12:20am- Zedd

Saturday April 12
Channel 1:
3:30pm – Bear Hands
4:10pm – CHVRCHES
5:20pm – The Head and The Heart
6:10pm – Cage the Elephant
7:00pm – Capital Cities
7:55pm – Lorde
8:45pm – Foster the People
9:40pm – Queens of the Stone Age
10:35pm – Pharrell Williams
11:35pm – Skrillex

Channel 2:
3:30pm – White Lies
4:15pm –  Temples
6:10pm – City and Colour
7:05pm – Future Islands
8:00pm – Warpaint
9:00pm – Pixies
9:50pm – MGMT
10:45pm – Sleigh Bells
11:35pm – Pet Shop Boys

Channel 3:
3:30pm – Foxygen
4:30pm – Ty Segall
5:20pm – Bombay Bicycle Club
6:10pm – CHVRCHES Hangout- Backstage Meet & Greet
6:30pm- Washed Out
9:55pm – Dillon Francis
10:55pm – Fatboy Slim
11:55pm- Empire of the Sun

Sunday April 13
Channel 1:
3:30pm – J. Roddy Walston & The Business
4:15pm – Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue
5:10pm – Fisbone
6:00pm – Blood Orange
6:50pm – The Naked and Famous
7:45pm – Muse
8:25pm – Calvin Harris
9:25pm – Beck
10:20pm – Arcade Fire

Channel 2:
3:30pm – Preservation Hall Jazz Band
4:30pm –  Frank Turner
5:30pm – Superchunk
6:30pm – The 1975
7:15pm – Little Dragon
8:30pm- Daughter
10:10pm – Nas
11:10pm – Disclosure

Channel 3:
3:30pm – Surfer Blood
6:00pm – Flosstradamus
6:50pm- Darkside
7:50pm- Alesso
9:00pm- Big Gigantic
9:55pm – Adventure Club
10:45pm – Duck Sauce

Coachella 2014 To Be Broadcast on Cable and Online


Feeling sorry for yourself because you won’t be making it to Coachella this year?

Well, don’t fret because word has just gotten out that the festival will be broadcast. today, it was revealed that the two weekends of the festival will be broadcast for those unfortunate souls who did not have the opportunity to head to Indio, CA for the OutKast, Beck, Muse, Arcade Fire and many more headlining event.

According to the organizers, the first weekend of the event which will take place on April 11-13 will air on YouTube while the second weekend which will take place during April 18-20, will be broadcast through cable channel AXS TV. The feed will include full sets, behind-the-scenes footage and select performances. According to reports, AXS TV will have reportedly over 20 hours of material on their hands while YouTube will keep up all the footage and material for a few weeks after the festival ends.

If that wasn’t enough, it was also revealed that Jason Bentley, Music Director for Los Angeles radio station KCRW, will be hosting both weekends as well and interviewing and introducing the artists.

Coachella will once again be returning to its stomping ground of Empire Polo Club in Indio while tickets for the event have already been sold out. Tickets sold out in a reported three hours.