Coachella 2013 weekend one is in full swing, and not surprisingly, many of the best moments were captured on film and uploaded to YouTube. Over the course of the weekend, we’ll be compiling these various videos in this article — so check back often for new updates. Friday videos will be on page one, Saturday videos on page two, and Sunday videos on page three.
Blur took the stage for their first U.S. show in 10 years — here’s footage of their full performance.
YEAH YEAH YEAHS
Here’s footage of Yeah Yeah Yeahs performing “Maps” and “Heads Will Roll” during their first Coachella performance since 2009. Billboard’s Bill Werde put it up best on Twitter, writing, “Could easily argue Karen O is rock’s greatest frontman. All the sex and nihilism of Jim Morrison + her own brand of mad, manic joy.”
THE STONE ROSES
The Stone Roses closed out Coachella on Friday night, marking their first and only North American show in more than a decade — here’s footage of “Fools Gold”.
Nick Cave reunited Grinderman for a one-off performance at Coachella — here’s footage of “No Pussy Blues”.
HOW TO DESTROY ANGELS
Trent Reznor’s super-side project How to Destroy Angels hit the stage at Coachella for an hour-long set, marking just their second-ever performance. Watch footage of “Keep it Together” and “The Believers”.
Morrissey surely won’t be happy with this: Johnny Marr performed “There Is a Light That Never Goes Out” during his Coachella set — here’s the footage.
These days, Modest Mouse concerts are becoming a rarity, but on Friday night the band performed a 50 minute set right before Yeah Yeah Yeahs. Watch footage of them performing a new song called “Be Brave”, along with Dramamine”.
SKRILLEX AND BOYZ NOISE’S DOG BLOOD
Here’s the fill video replay of OFWGKTA wunderkind Earl Sweatshirt’s Coachella debut, featuring Flying Lotus, Tyler, the Creator, and Domo Genesis.
Here’s footage of Alt-J performing “Fitzpleasure” and “Breezeblocks”.
Here’s footage of Japandroids ripping through “Fire’s Highway”.
Here’s footage of Beach House performing “Zebra” and “Wishes”.
THE SHOUTING MATCHES
Justin Vernon’s blues rock side-project The Shouting Matches made their most high profile performance to date at Coachella on Friday — watch the first part of their set.
Watch underground rap legend Aesop Rock debuted a new song.