Happy Coachella (again): Weekend One went by swimmingly and now we can do it all again. It’s Coachella time after two years off, and that means feather boas and glamping once again. Kanye may have predictably dropped out, but who cares? There’s plenty of awesome musical action on the lineup:

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DJ and producer Sohmi told us about her plans for her set: “I want to keep this a bit of a surprise for the fans and attendees, but you can expect the best of what I think a ‘SOHMI’ set has come to encompass: deep, moving dance music drawing from many different grooves, influences, and years. I like to play a mix of new cuts, unreleased IDs, and older treasures, as well as throw in an intro or ‘moment’ in the set that comes as an unexpected surprise. I may also be testing out some new music of my own :)”

Totally Enormous Extinct Dinosaurs added, “I’m still thinking about it, I know a few records I’ll play but I haven’t decided what the limits are yet. I know I’ll be tempted to play some curveball records, and that’s not always a good idea.”

Australian singer and songwriter Hayden James said that he’ll be bringing his new show to the festival: “I just released an album called LIFTED so it’s going to have all of my latest records in there and some of my older favorites too, but I’ve been working on this new show for the last 3-4 months and I’m just ecstatic to bring it to Coachella for the first time.”

I’ll be dropping some new tunes & collabs, unreleased gems along with some of my favorite jams in a hybrid live/DJ set,” added Life on Planets. “Also joining me are some very special guest vocalists and dancers. Can’t wait to bring the house party to the Do Lab stage!”

Enjoy yourselves and, despite the COVOD-related mandates being dropped, keep safe.

Happy Coachella (again): Get all info at Coachella.com.

 

 

 

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