Festivals 2015

Week One
Live Sets
Coachella 2015

These are the sets you need to see from weekend one of Coachella 2015.

These are the sets you need to see from weekend one of Coachella 2015

Oliver Heldens

What a year it's been for Oliver Heldens! It was only a few months ago we were talking to him at SW4 about his debut track and now he's playing to thousands at Coachella! Well done Ollie!

Porter Robinson

Porter's come along way from debuting his skills to the world on the Ministry-released "Easy" now he's commanding mammoth crowds at the biggest festivals in the world.


R3hab is a bit of a regular at our club and he's also one of our favourites, he did us a little Christmas mix back in December and hungout with us at Tomorrowland last summer. 


The Youtube sensation brings his cut-up pop, pounding bass and masses of tech to the dessert and shows he's more than worth the hype.


It's always good to see some UK slay the Cali crowds and who better to bring a full-frontal UK assault than bass-addicts, Nero.

Duke Dumont

Our old friend Duke Dumont brings the Ibizan sunshine to the Californian dessert with this ear-to-ear smiling set.


Bit of a throwback, but Ratatat have been making rumblings of a return to the spotlight for a little while now, they've just released new track "Cream On Chrome" and this set shows that they're as capable as ever of getting you dancing.

Martin Solveig

The tennis-loving Frenchman gives us a blinding demo of just why French Touch and electro house are such good bedfellows.

New World Punx

Ferry Corsten and Markus Schulz team up once again for a huge New World Punx set, this one is big, brash and totes emosh. You can watch us catching up with Ferry at last summer's Tomorrowland right here.

Todd Terje

The Norwegian superstar plays sets that can most accurately by described as 'happiness personified', check out his latest music video here.

Axwell Ʌ Ingrosso

The may be missing a Steve Angello, but the former Swedish House Mafia boys are not missing out, this shows that they're still contenders.

The Gaslamp Killer

The Gaslamp Killer is one of the most high-octane acts in dance music at the minute. He spends as much time head-banging and on the mic as he does mixing - and that's not to say he's not doing much behind the decks, he's one of the most technically skilled DJs on the Coachella bill.

More Festivals:

The Humans of Ultra Music Festival Part One

Asking Superstar DJs  Pointless Questions at Tomorrowland

Fuck Your Dry January, Go To Bugged Out Weekender

Written by Matthew Francey

14 Apr 2015