It's All About the MusicPart of: Music
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Updated 10:31 PST Wed, Dec 01 2004
A totally unofficial, yet highly probable, partial
line-up for Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival
2005 is running rampant on the Internet.
Festival organizer Goldenvoice says "nothing has been
confirmed" but that's not going to keep fans from
getting excited about who might be coming to Empire
Polo Field in Indio, Calif., this spring.
There are plenty of hot acts on the list and a number
of surprises, including David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails,
And it wouldn't be Coachella without a bevy of buzz
bands. The 2005 edition that's being circulated
includes recent Shortlist Prize winner TV On The
Radio, as well as Dogs Die In Hot Cars, Death From
Above 1979, and Iron and Wine.
Goldenvoice isn't saying when the official roster
will be announced, but here's the not-so-secret
preview to whet your appetite:
David Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Coldplay, PJ Harvey,
Interpol, The Faint, Franz Ferdinand, Polyphonic
Spree, Boards of Canada, TV On the Radio, Yeah Yeah
Yeahs, Squarepusher, Clinic, French Kicks, Secret
Machines, Phoenix, Beep Beep, Dogs Die In Hot Cars,
Death From Above 1979, and The Helio Sequence
R.E.M., Tears For Fears, Wilco, Bright Eyes, Jimmy Eat
World, Mos Def, Badly Drawn Boy, The Streets, Cake,
The Shins, Sleater-Kinney, Rilo Kiley, Radio 4, Doves,
Iron and Wine, The Arcade Fire, and Moving Units