Frank Ocean is, once again, doing things. He is dropping one-off singles. He is putting together club nights. He is headlining this year’s Coachella. And he is modeling clothes that you can’t afford. More »
The time has finally come for world popular music festival, Coachella, to release its 2020 edition lineup. Last night, it was officially released and, quite honestly, we are very impressed. This year’s lineup has a large variety of artists from across different genres. If your looking to expand you music taste and witness artists you
As usual, Coachella opens the new year with a bang. The festival’s full 2020 lineup has been revealed, and as promised, Rage Against The Machine, Travis Scott, and Frank Ocean top the bill, followed by a massive cast of today’s top acts…and a few surprises. Calvin Harris will return to Coachella, where he once commanded one of the largest crowds in the event’s history. The lineup also features Disclosure, Madeon, Louis The Child, Big Sean, FKA Twigs, Charli XCX, Run The Jewels, Lana Del Rey, and more.
This year’s lineup bears a particularly impressive electronic showing from across the spectrum—deadmau5 will perform as Testpilot, with TNGHT, DJ Koze, SLANDER, Peggy Gou, Lane 8, Fatboy Slim, GRiZ, TOKiMONSTA, and more. Notably, the lineup features the long-awaited return of A-Trak and Armand Van Helden’s beloved Duck Sauce project, and not the My Chemical Romance reunion many were expecting. Coachella’s two weekends will run April 10 – 12 and April 17 – 19. See the full lineup below.
Are you ready for Coachella 2020? Travis Scott, Frank Ocean, and Rage Against The Machine are, if a new report from Us Weekly is to be believed. A source tells the magazine that said artists will be headlining next year’s festival, which is set to take place over two weekends between 4/10 and … More »
Travis Scott, Frank Ocean, and Rage Against The Machine will headline Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival‘s 2020 iteration, reports US Weekly. The Indio, California affair’s programming will once again span two consecutive weekends, beginning on April 10, 2019, and concluding on April 19, 2020.
The 2020 installment will be a return to the Empire Polo Club for Scott, Ocean, and Rage Against the Machine alike. Scott previously performed in Indio Valley in 2017; Ocean, 2012. Rage Against the Machine notably headlined Coachella’s inaugural edition in 1999. The group disbanded shortly thereafter in 2000, but continued to play select live performances in the years that followed. Rage Against the Machine’s Coachella slot would mark the end of the band’s nine-year hiatus.
Although event organizers have yet to formally confirm Scott, Ocean, and Rage Against the Machine as the 2020 headliners, Rage Against the Machine touted their impending Coachella reunion in November. 2019 Coachella headliners included Ariana Grande, Childish Gambino, and Tame Impala.
H/T: US Weekly
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FRANK OCEAN. ARCA. FRANK OCEAN. ARCA.
Their names drift through the collective conscience 23/7, the odd hour out for trying to stop Netflix in time before it automatically skips the Bojack Horseman closing credits song.
At least half of that hour, however, may get reclaimed. For today in Frank Ocean AND Arca news: the new Frank Ocean is the new Arca is the new Frank Ocean (featuring Skepta)!
On latest edition of his “blonded RADIO,” Frank went a bit universe brain. Rather than straight up premiering a new song that features Skepta and is called “Little Demon,” Ocean opted to unveil the Arca-produced remix of his new Skepta-featuring song “Little Demon” instead. Because what better way to drum up hype for a new song than proving it exists in the first place by releasing its remix??
Study question: Is a remix really a remix if none of us have actually heard the song that is being remixed? Have your one-page double-spaced answer typed up and on my desk by tomorrow morning.
This comes extra-hot on the heels of “In My Room”, the new Frank Ocean track that we’ve already taken to calling the old new Frank Ocean track, even though it was only released a few days ago. So it goes.
Arca’s remix of Frank Ocean’s “Little Demon” feat. Skepta cannot be streamed anywhere by anyone (probably including Frank Ocean) as of writing, but you can pre-order a 7-inch of it from Ocean’s blonded website here. There’s also a silk scarf for sale that may or may not be worth your $80 investment. Your call.
Re-listen to the latest episode of “blonded RADIO” down below!!