It was another extremely successful weekend for the DoLab, who are providing an unprecedented platform for budding artists on one of the world’s biggest stage. The canopied area brought shade and much-needed water blasters to a raucous crowd at Coachella. With surprises from acts like Rufus Du Sol keeping viewers on their toes, here are 3 unforgettable sets from this weekend’s festivities.
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A year after shredding the Sahara tent with an all-new visual outfit, Emoh returned to the desert to close out Friday night with a secret set. He debuted new tunes, brought out George Maple for “Gemini”, and kept the crowd ablaze with a medley of slithering basslines.
photo: Dons Lens
A newcomer to Coachella, the young Norwegian took the stage for a bubbly set late Saturday afternoon. Cycling through house flows to original material like “You Know” and “To My Soul”, Folk’s diverse range of beats confirmed his hour as one of the weekend’s best.
photo: Olav Stubberud
The attention surrounding Jackson Stell’s Big Wild project is at an all time high, as thousands flocked to the DoLab on Saturday. The Foreign Family Collective member brought fantastic vibes amidst the beating heat, a huge rendition of “Aftergold” serving as a standout moment. Chances are Big Wild will be back in the desert next year, on a much bigger level. Check out his new remix of CHVRCHES below.