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Alison Wonderland, Black Coffee, REZZ

Relieve full Coachella sets from Alison Wonderland, Black Coffee, Rezz, and more

Whether you’re a music fan or not, you can’t deny that this weekend was all about Coachella. The California festival’s first weekend of festivities was at the forefront of all trending topics, with a lineup that satisfied fans of all backgrounds and musical preferences. No wonder the festival is one of the top-grossing festivals on the planet. But if you weren’t able to attend, or you just want to re-listen to some of the best sets of the weekend, now you can. Some of the sets which were streamed live on Coachella’s Youtube Channel are now available to stream on Mixcloud.

While the highlights of the weekend were undoubtedly the performances of superstars like Beyonce, who took advantage of the occasion to surprise her fans with a Destiny’s Child reunion, The Weeknd, and a reborn Eminem, the heavyweights of electronic music also stole the show, delivering explosive sets throughout the weekend. Lucky enough, the full sets of Kygo, Rezz, Alison Wonderland, Alan Walker, Deorro, Snakehips, Party Favor, Cash Cash, Chromeo, and South African house king Black Coffee, are all available to the public to relieve the party vibes.

Big festivals such as Coachella are some artists’ favorite time for the year, as it gives them the chance to drop some unreleased tunes and study the crowds’ reaction on a large scale before these tracks see the light of day (or not in some cases). The ‘space mom’ for example dropped once again some massive IDs, as she had also done at Ultra Miami a few weeks ago, and fans have been going absolutely crazy over these tracks. Let’s see if you can identify them in the set here.

And while you prepare for Coachella’s second weekend, you can see if you can find some other exclusive ID’s these artists dropped in their sets, or just sit back and enjoy the music! The second weekend is just around the corner! You can visit the website for more info.

Check out the tracklisting of REZZ, Alison Wonderland and Black Coffee‘s sets.