The bands did everything festival acts should do: There were poppy fan-service acts and more experimental sets to get everybody to flex their ear muscles. Our favorites? We somehow narrowed it down to 10.
It’s only fitting that the duo, Dave 1 and P-Thugg, recruited HAIM for their dance video.
Electro-rock duo Chromeo have the innate ability to make anything funky, as evidenced by the group’s new in-flight safety video for the emerging Canadian airline, Mallard Air, which the duo reportedly invested in but may or may not exist.
Chromeo had to wait nearly ten years and four albums to hear one of their songs on the radio, but according to Dave 1 it was well worth the wait.
It’s been three-and-a-half years since Chromeo released Business Casual, the Canadian duo’s best-selling album yet and a top five album on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Albums chart. After delighting audiences with their danceable approach to electrofunk, the group laid low for a few years before returning with multiple new songs purported to be on Chromeo’s fourth LP, White Women.
Bonnaroo will also feature performances from The Flaming Lips, Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds, Kaskade, Damon Albarn, Neutral Milk Hotel and many, many more.