Bauhaus - She’s In Parties Bauhaus - "She’s In Parties"
Founded by the prolific Daniel Ash and Peter Murphy, this British band is responsible for the dark, jangly, and moody post-punk that has spawned modern day bands like The Faint and Interpol’s gothic sounds. The band has been out of the live scene for some time, but Coachella brings them back into the spotlight.
Bauhaus are performing on the Coachella Stage: 9:15-10:15 PM, Saturday, April 30th, 2005

The Bravery - Fearless The Bravery - "Fearless"
NYC based electro-rockers The Bravery literally burst onto the scene in 2004, winning praise from critics everywhere – including a huge nod from the BBC News as the #1 “Most Promising Act of 2005.” Their self-titled debut record was released this spring on Island Records.
The Bravery are performing on the Mojave Stage: 5:15-6:05 PM, Sunday, May 1st, 2005

The Chemical Brothers - Believe The Chemical Brothers - "Believe"
Tom Rowlands and Ed Simons have been redefining electronica since the day they started back in Manchester, UK. They often bring a rock sensibility to their tracks, while still remaining true to their electronic roots. This track is from their newest album on Astralwerks, Push The Button, and features vocals from Bloc Party’s Kele Okereke.
The Chemical Brothers are performing on the Sahara Stage: 10:20-11:50 PM, Saturday, April 30th, 2005

Stereophonics - Dakota Stereophonics - "Dakota"
It might be their fifth album, but Stereophonics view Language. Sex. Violence.Other? with the same excitement as a debut record. It is also the band’s fourth No. 1 album in the U.K., achieving platinum status just one week after release. The album also gave the band their first number one single, “Dakota” which topped both the singles chart and the download chart and was the longest running number one on iTunes UK. With smoldering vocals from lead singer Kelly Jones and awesome guitar licks, this is truly an album to crank up to 11!
Stereophonics are performing on the Mojave Stage: 6:10-6:55 PM Saturday, April 30th, 2005

Café Tacuba - Eo Café Tacuba - "Eo"
Mexican band Café Tacuba has been the premier “rock en español” artists since the early ‘90’s. They create a unique, eclectic sound unlike any other we’ve heard! We know you won’t want to miss this one – the band is well known for their great live shows. In fact, they just released a live album Un Viaje this April on Universal Latino, recorded in Mexico.
Café Tacuba are performing on the Outdoor Theatre: 7:35-8:25 PM, Saturday, April 30th, 2005

Mercury Rev - In A Funny Way Mercury Rev - "In A Funny Way"
Ethereal, mysterious, and trippy are three words that well describe the dreamy stylistics of Mercury Rev. Their latest album on V2, The Secret Migration, delivers more of their trademark quirks and beautiful arrangements.
Mercury Rev are performing in the Outdoor Theatre: 9:50-10:35 PM, Saturday, April 30th, 2005

Amp Fiddler - Eye To Eye Amp Fiddler - "Eye To Eye"
This talented musician has been tearing up the keyboard for the past two decades with such heavyweights as Prince, George Clinton, Primal Scream and many more. His latest solo album Waltz Of A Ghetto Fly came out in 2004 on Genuine Records, and his smooth soul style has been sweet-talking speakers ever since.
Amp Fiddler is performing on the GOBI Stage: 9:45-10:35 PM Saturday, April 30th, 2005
Jem - They Jem - "They"
UK songwriter Jem’s sophisticated (yet definitely fun) vocals and distinctive electronic sound have made her one of pop music’s most treasured discoveries of the past year. This is her newest single off her 2004 release Finally Woken, which was released on ATO.
Jem is performing in the Outdoor Theatre: 3:05-3:55 PM, Sunday, May 1st, 2005

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