Favorite ThisTop 10 EDM Artists at Coachella [Page 2]

Published: March 6, 2014
By: Jordan Calvano

5. Minnesota vs G Jones (Do Lab - Weekend 1)
Minnesota vs G Jones (Do Lab - Weekend 1)
Minnesota has been known to throw down a mean VS set, and we can only imagine that bringing G Jones into the mix will only aid to this reoccurring theme. Although The Untz staff has never experienced such a magical event, we’ve decided to lay out a couple predictions for what just might have: classic hip-hop will be unleashed, girls will become topless, and the entire Indio desert will whip into an almighty frenzy induced by “Be Alright” off their collaborative EP. Anyone else have some predictions of their own? 


4. Rudimental
Rudimental
Rudimental has only one speed when it comes to performing, and that is live. Each member of the British electronic group and their die-hard vocalists give everything they’ve got on a nightly basis, holding nothing back and proving why they took home a trophy for Best Single at the Brit Awards this year. Whether it’s emotive drum ‘n’ bass, hip-hop, or garage influenced songs from their debut album Home, it’s pretty clear why Rudimental has taken the world by storm these past few years. We can guarantee their set will be filled with unrelenting energy from start to finish, and missing this really isn’t an option.


3. Flume
Flume
The Australian boy wonder is coming to Coachella for the first time in 2014, bringing with him the swagger of a thousand kangaroos to the dance floors of Indio. This is something you can tell your Grandkids about in 50 years. “Boys, when I was a young whippersnapper, I got to see that Harley Streten kid tear up the deserts of Southern California like an absolute boss. People were getting naked. Bottles of Vegemite were being thrown across the crowd. Angels descended from heaven at some point. And that’s how I met your Grandmother.”


2. Disclosure
Disclosure
The Untz has included the Lawrence brothers on so many damn lists these past six months, once might assume we’ve run out of things to say about them. Do you think anyone would notice if we just copy and pasted sections from other articles we wrote about them? Is anyone even reading this right now? One of dance music’s most beloved groups will be returning Coachella again, and we can only imagine this year’s performance will be just as heavenly. Our biggest question is this: who will Disclosure bring on stage with them this year? 
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