Coachella 2012 was a landmark event, spreading the California music festival across two weekends and it even featured a dead guy performing as a hologram. With the 2013 iteration mere months away, two artists have confirmed their upcoming appearance at the festival.
First up is German electronic musician Paul Kalkbrenner who broke the news during an interview with Pure Volume. Continuing with the electronic theme, dubstep producer Jake Stanczak, better known as Kill The Noise, told Billboard that he'll be fulfilling a life goal by performing at Coachella next year.
So while these two are confirmed, a number of rumors continue to swirl around. Will Wu-Tang Clan make it? Will the Thom Yorke-Flea outfit Atoms For Peace headline? Will the Beatles holographically reunite? We'll keep you posted, and remember: Coachella 2013 takes place April 12-14 and 19-21 at the Empire Polo Grounds in Indio, CA. [CoS]
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