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The lineup for the 2018 edition of the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival dropped on Tuesday and if you were surprised by the headliners, well, you haven’t been paying attention. Beyoncé was a given. After dropping out of her headlining debut in 2017 for the very good reason of being pregnant with twins, she’d promised to make up the billing this year, which she’ll do both Saturdays of Coachella this year. And the Weeknd and Eminem, who’ll headline Friday and Sunday nights, respectively, have been widely predicted since at least mid-December, those rumors proving true on Tuesday.
So what our instant take on this typically dense billing of 150 or so acts? It’s partly what’s not represented this year, it’s a bit of what seems to continue to grab a bigger share of the lineup, and after that, well, you’re going to have read our Five Things to see, now aren’t you?, 1, Rock is dead?, Remember when everyone complained because Coachella kept booking all the old rock superstars – Roger Waters in 2008, Paul McCartney in 2009, and later, AC/DC in 2015 and Guns N’ Roses in 2016? Yeah, those days sell used dance shoes are over, A year ago, the artsy indie rock of Radiohead was as rock ‘n’ roll as it got at the top of the lineup, and this year the Weeknd will bring alt-R&B/hip-hop, Beyoncé delivers pop/hip-hop, and Eminem is more or less old-school rap..
What’s missing is anything resembling traditional rock music. There are a handful of acts near the top of the bill that you’d lump into some corner of that genre – the War on Drugs and St. Vincent on Friday, Haim and David Byrne and Fleet Foxes on Saturday, Portugal. the Man and A Perfect Circle on Sunday. But after that you’re down to the much smaller indie rock performers like King Krule, Vance Joy, Børns, Bleachers and Fidlar if you want something that grooves like the rock of yore, yo.
2, Long live rap?, While a year or two ago, when dance DJ Calvin Harris headlined the festival, it felt like electronic dance music was poised to break out of the Sahara tent and take over more of Coachella, it’s plain from sell used dance shoes this year’s lineup that it’s hip-hop that’s seized the biggest and most prominent slice of the festival’s booking, The headliners make that obvious but it’s even clearer when you look at the rest of the lineup, High on the bill throughout the weekend are the likes of Vince Staples, Tyler, the Creator, Migos and Cardi B, Dig a little deeper and the rap riches are even more obvious with acts such as Brockhampton, 6lack, Russ, Princess Nokia, and Noname representing hip-hop music here..
3. Women all day ‘n night. Haven’t had time to crunch the numbers but at first glance it sure looks like Coachella this year will represent women performers of every genre on every stage. You’ve got the alt-R&B of SZA, who’s up for best new artist at the Grammys later this month, and the electronic-rock oddness of St. Vincent aka Annie Clark on Friday. The three sisters of Haim, Angel Olsen and the Swedish duo First Aid Kit are prominent on Saturday. Cardi B, another young Grammy nominee, and Jessie Ware appear on Sunday.
And scattered throughout the weekend such interesting women musician as buzzworthy R&B singer Kelela, Colombian-American singer Kali Uchis, electronic music DJ Alison Wonderland, Danish electopop singer MØ, L.A, indie rockers Cherry Glazerr, the French-Cuban twins of Ibeyi, and many more, 4, Mixes and matches?, The Coachella moment is that thing fans sell used dance shoes live for: Future and Travis Scott coming out to perform with Kendrick Lamar last year, Angus Young of AC/DC showing up to play with Guns N’ Roses, Gwen Stefani, Snoop Dogg, Nelly and Busta Rhymes guesting with Pharrell, And this year’s lineup seems, well, lined up, to provide a few Coachella moments of its own..
Eminem, for instance, featured a guest performance from Beyoncé, so it’s not a stretch to imagine them teaming up. Beyoncé was also featured on her husband Jay-Z’s most recent album “4:44” so could the mister show up to perform with the missus? Not inconceivable. David Byrne and St. Vincent did an entire album and tour together a few years ago. And Tyler, the Creator, comes out of the whole Odd Future rap collective, so you never know who’ll show up with him, though it’s always the one you don’t see coming that thrills the most.
5, The random delights, There are no flat-out hotly anticipated reunions on the bill this year, though for some the appearance of the British funk-rock band Jamiroquai, which hasn’t toured in the U.S, in years, will be treated as such, Beyond that, though, are potential delights from a host of performers and genres, The French electronic composer Jean-Michel Jarre is known for incorporating lasers and all manner of visuals into his performances, and his set could be this year’s version of movie maestro Hans Zimmer’s performances in 2017, Chic featuring Nile Rodgers will be a disco-funk dance party, The Japanese metal band X Japan isn’t that well known outside of J-rock circles but they’ve got potential to surprise a lot of folks who give them a chance in sell used dance shoes the desert..