Last week, we gave you a rundown of smaller-name bands playing Coachella's Friday shows that are definitely worth checking out. Saturday may be an even more exciting day for excellent non-headliners, so make sure to catch these bands while you can!
Natasha Khan's ethereal voice and dark, dynamic pop are like a shadowy antithesis to summer rock, but that doesn't mean you should miss out on a chance to see one of the best female acts out there, especially when her live sound is just as lush and haunting as her records.
The perfectly crafted dream pop of Wild Nothing (yeah, we're not crazy about the name, but you can't have everything, right?) sounds like swirling Smashing Pumpkins meets Beach Boys songcraft. Get ready to float off into the perfect summer soundtrack.
This all-female post-punk band is like a cross between Joy Division and Sleater-Kinney, which is pretty much the most intense thing we can think of. We're pretty sure their live show is going to give a whole new meaning to "drop the bass."
Between the woozy My Bloody Valentine guitars and the sweet sing-along chorus, Guards' "Ready to Go" is already a major contender for our summer jam of the year, so now's the perfect time to catch their live show and kick off the sunny tunes.
This South Carolina couple is sure to have you hollering and stomping your feet in a way that no easy listening Mumford soundalike could. Their rough brand of minimalist country is all attitude and no frills, early White Stripes-style.