Outside Lands with Real Estate, Jaden Thompson, and more

Aug 9, 2024  ·  Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA Golden Gate Park, San Francisco, CA

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Elyanna, a Palestinian-Chilean artist known for her unique blend of Arabic, pop, and R&B music, made history singing in Arabic at Coachella and became a cover star for Billboard Arabia and Vogue ME. Her accolades include features in prestigious magazines and being named a top rising artist by Rolling Stone. She sold out her North American tour and achieved over 100M global streams.
Texas-born Kevin Abstract, founding member of Brockhampton, crafts introspective music blending hip-hop, pop, R&B, and rock. Known for solo albums like MTV1987 and Arizona Baby, and hits “Slugger” and “Sierra Nights”. Influences include Nirvana, Kanye West.
Channel Tres, from Compton, innovates West Coast rap with his unique style. Toured globally & featured Tyler, The Creator & Tinashe on his hit EP. Known for blending genres and a rhythmic mastery.
Vandelux (Evan White), born in Vancouver, now in San Francisco, blends nostalgic & modern electronica. Known for 'Dream State' EP & 'When The Light Breaks' album. @vandeluxmusic
Paris-born Shiba San transitioned from French hip-hop to Chicago house, creating influential tracks. His label, Basement Leak, shines with tech house music and hosts top-tier events worldwide.
Men I Trust, formed in Canada, 2014. Known for hypnotic dream pop & indie vibes. Members include Emma Proulx, Jessy Caron, Dragos Chiriac. Celebrated for self-produced, genre-transcending music.
Kaleena Zanders, standout house vocalist known for hits like “V I B R A T I O N,” collaborates with top DJs, boasts 500M+ streams, and champions diversity in dance music. Significant on labels like Spinnin', Armada, Anjunabeats.
German Synth-Pop artist Roosevelt, aka Marius Lauber, known for his vibrant, multi-instrumental style, collaborates with Nile Rodgers and remixes Taylor Swift. Famous for tracks like ‘Ordinary Love’ and albums like ‘Polydans’.
Born in North Carolina, Reneé Rapp shines in music and acting. Known for Regina George in Broadway's "Mean Girls" and "Leighton" in HBO's "Sex Lives of College Girls," her music echoes deep vulnerabilities.
HoneyLuv, BBC Radio 1's Future Star of 2023, soared with hits like "Your Tongue" & "Sway" ft. Dope Earth Alien. Known for energetic remixes and tours alongside icons like Seth Troxler and Idris Elba, she's shined at Coachella, EDC, and more.
Georgia-born Teddy Swims turns personal healing into art with his debut album "I’ve Tried Everything But Therapy (Part 1)." Known for emotional depth and storytelling in music.
Lady Wray, known for powerful soul & R&B, continues her collaboration with Leon Michels in "Piece of Me." The album features dense, head-nodding boom-bap drums and chunky basslines.
London's Dusky, Nick Harriman & Alfie Granger-Howell, genre in electronica, known for '90s vibes & DJ sets. Started as Solarity, own label 17 Steps, celebrated decade.
Corinne Bailey Rae, UK-born R&B/soul singer-songwriter with a flair for classical and contemporary. Known for hits like "Put Your Records On," she has multiple Top Ten albums, a Mercury Prize nod, and a Grammy win for her Marley cover. Collaborated with Herbie Hancock and featured in film soundtracks.
Born into the Roche Musique fold in 2012, French producer Darius is celebrated for blending house, groove, and electronic into dreamy, cosmic melodies. Known for EP 'Romance' and albums 'Utopia' & 'OASIS'. Collaborated with Benny Sings, Duñe.
Lungelihle Zwane, born in Eswatini, rose to fame during COVID-19 lockdown, captivating millions on social media with her blend of music and fashion. An emerging talent, she seeks to inspire globally.
AG Club, Bay Area's avant-garde music collective, blends Memphis hip-hop, indie rock, and R&B. Known for "Halfway Off the Porch" & "Imposter Syndrome," they captivate with innovative, emotional anthems.
French Cassettes, from San Francisco, blend humor and depth in their music. Known for lyrical uniqueness, their songs showcase influences from The Magnetic Fields and The Beach Boys. Album "Benzene" reflects their evolving style, featuring collaborations with cofounder Mackenzie Bunch and drummer Rob Mills.
London-based artist TSHA, acclaimed in genres like electronic music, has gained attention from Annie Mac to Gorillaz. Celebrated for her EP "OnlyL" and high-profile festival performances, TSHA has collaborated with Bicep and Floating Points among others.
Real Estate, formed in Ridgewood, crafts warm, hazy indie rock with complex musical layers, evident in albums like "Atlas". Known for jangly guitars and laid-back melodies, they've evolved to explore themes of maturity and parenthood. Their work has charted on Billboard with albums like "Days" and "The Main Thing". Collaborators include former members and Martin Courtney’s solo projects.
Born to make electronic music, Kourtesis has soared with acclaimed EPs and singles, gracing Mixmag's cover, and making NYT and Pitchfork's lists. Known for energetic live shows and her debut album 'Madres'—a heartfelt tribute to her mother and neurosurgeon Peter Vajkoczy—on Ninja Tune.
Tyler, The Creator, LA rapper-producer known for gritty voice & hits like "Flower Boy" & "IGOR." Grammy winner, Odd Future founder, collaborated with Frank Ocean, Kanye West.
Balthvs, a psychedelic band from a non-psychedelic country, incorporates global rhythms with hits in Africa, Turkey, and South America. Known for deep grooves and a trio lineup.
Trueno, from La Boca, champion of 2019 Red Bull Batalla de los Gallos & FMS, debuted with "Atrevido" in 2020. Known for "Mamichula," his work blends rap with Latin roots, featuring J Balvin, Nathy Peluso. Won 'Gardel de Oro' 2023.
Indie folk band Sons of The East, known for their unique sound and stellar debut album "Palomar Parade," boasts 300M streams and sold 50K tickets globally. They've captivated audiences in major cities like London, New York, and LA.
UK singer-songwriter Mimi Webb, known for powerful vocals and emotive hits like “House on Fire,” rose to fame quickly, landing two Top 15 UK singles pre-debut album and acquiring over 730 million streams globally.
Born Quincy Hanley in South Central L.A., ScHoolboy Q rose with Kendrick Lamar & Black Hippy. Hits like "Studio" & collabs with Macklemore & Tinashe led to five Grammy nods. Known for the albums 'Oxymoron,' 'Blank Face LP,' & 'CrasH Talk.'
Atlanta-born Killer Mike, a rapper and social activist known for addressing systemic issues, gained fame with OutKast. His debut 'Monster' hit Billboard Top Ten 2003. Formed Run the Jewels with El-P, acclaimed for sharp, political lyrics. Grammy-winner, collaborated with Big Boi, T.I., featured on films, TV.
Born May 10, Death Jokes, signed to Sub Pop, explores existential themes with a raw style in tracks like "Everybody Wants Everything." Known for blending humor with dark reality, their music critiques societal norms and personal paradoxes.
Shaboozey, Virginia-born artist melding country and hip-hop, known for "Jeff Gordon" and featuring on the "Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" soundtrack, crafts cinematic, emotive music.
Filipino-American Rocco, born in New Jersey, excels in bedroom pop with hits like "Spin You Round." Famous for colorful style & sold-out 2023 tour. Based in LA, thriving on social media. #RoccoRevolution
Ryan, a singer-songwriter known for his era-defining lyrics, debuted with 'Boy in Jeans' in 2018, exploring themes of sexuality and isolation. His follow-ups, 'Dreaming of David' and 'Calico,' continue his journey of sonic and emotional exploration.
The Japanese House, aka Bain, emerged in 2015 with a mysterious, reverb-laden style. Known for hits like 'Sad To Breathe' and 'Boyhood,' her music blends pop with deep personal themes, often reflecting on relationships and emotional transitions.
Ben Howard, born in the UK, crafts indie folk music. Famous for topping UK charts twice, he records with notable producer Bullion and bands in France's scenic forests.
Born from genuine friendship, LEISURE, an award-winning group known for exploring romance and relationships in their music, blends influences from Japanese city pop to Bill Withers. Notable for their democratic process and steady vibes.
San Francisco-based DJ Angrybaby, Asian-American, burst onto the dance scene in 2023. Debut EP "REGULARITY" hit 20M+ streams. Known for innovative production, viral hits, chart success, and major festival bookings. A pioneer in dance music.
Slowdive's 5th album, "everything is alive," blends new beginnings with their signature shoegaze style. Known for reverb-rich guitars & a growing youthful fanbase, the band explores psychedelic soundscapes & 80's electronic elements, influenced by John Cale.
Confidence Man, known for invigorating dance-pop akin to Donna Summer meets house music, has dazzled festivals globally including Glastonbury & Primavera Sound. Members: Janet Planet, Sugar Bones, Clarence McGuffie, Reggie Goodchild.
Chance Peña, from Tyler, Texas, is a singer/songwriter known for his unique storytelling and modern music mix. Achieved early success with Secret Road, co-wrote Grammy-nominated "Conversations in the Dark" with John Legend, and featured in "Five Feet Apart" with "Up, Up & Away."
Allen Stone, from Chewelah, WA, blends soul-pop, folk-rock, R&B, and funk. Known for hits like "Unaware," he excels in live shows and has collaborated with Chris Stapleton.
Gryffin, an electronic music icon, known for dynamic shows & classical skill, hit #1 with his debut album "Gravity." Famous for "Tie Me Down," his music blends infectious rhythms with deep melodies, working alongside artists like OneRepublic & MØ.
Long Island's Lemon Twigs, sons of Ronnie D’Addario, mix '70s pop with musical theater flair. Known for hits like "These Words," they achieved acclaim with albums like Do Hollywood and Everything Harmony, experimenting in glam, folk, and theatrical styles. Featured on Billboard and collaborated with legends like Todd Rundgren.
Cimafunk, an Afro-Cuban artist known for integrating Cuban rhythms with African and US styles, redefines Afro-Latin music. Celebrated for his electric shows, he's famed for hits like "Me Voy". His album "El Alimento" gained top rankings and critical acclaim.
Indie-electronic band Postal Service, formed by Ben Gibbard (Death Cab for Cutie) and Jimmy Tamborello (Dntel), was named after their long-distance collaboration method. Their debut album "Give Up" (2003) went platinum, featuring hits like "Such Great Heights." The group briefly reunited for their 10th anniversary before disbanding in 2013.
Diamond-certified Post Malone merges rap and pop, known for hits like "White Iverson," "Rockstar," and "Sunflower." Garnered Top Ten singles and Grammy nod. Collaborated with 21 Savage, Ty Dolla $ign, Swae Lee.
Founded by Joshua Hodges, STRFKR evolved into a vibrant band with members Keil Corcoran, Shawn Glassford, and Arian Jalali. Known for dance-worthy, thoughtful music, they've successfully hit Billboard charts with albums like Reptilians and Miracle Mile. Their work also features extensively in films and TV.
Born in Baton Rouge, Odie Leigh went viral on TikTok in 2020 with a bet-inspired song. Now a renowned artist merging acoustic folk and pop-punk, she toured Europe and North America, playing notable festivals like Newport Folk. Known for her dynamic evolution and memorable live performances.
The Killers, formed in Las Vegas in 2002, are renowned for hits like “Mr. Brightside.” With over 25 million albums sold, their awards include multiple Grammys and NME Awards, plus #1 albums in the US, UK, and Australia. Collaborated with producers like Alan Moulder and Flood.
Georgia-born singer-songwriter Katie Pruitt explores identity & self-belief in her albums "Expectations" & "Mantras". Known for impactful songs & dynamic live shows, she connects deeply through personal, conversational lyrics.
Canadian R&B singer Daniel Caesar, born in Toronto to Bajan & Jamaican parents, captured attention with his GRAMMY-winning "Best Part." Known for "Peaches" with Bieber, his albums include Freudian & Case Study 01.
Chris Lake, reborn in his UK mother's spare room, boasts Billboard hits, a platinum record, Grammy nod, and his label, Black Book Records. Known for "Operator," collaborations with Skrillex, and nurturing new talent.
UK duo Snakehips, known for blending genres and mega-hit “All My Friends,” boasts 2B+ streams. Their album features stars like Tinashe, Earthgang. Awards include a platinum track in multiple countries.
Based in San Diego, Knock2 is a versatile bass music producer known for bass house and trap anthems. A key talent on RL Grime's Sable Valley, he's reshaping bass music boundaries.
Born in the US, DEVAULT, a dynamic electronic musician, reimagined hits for Rihanna and DJ Snake before releasing anthemic tracks like ‘Heaven’s Gates’. Known for blending Daft Punk and Depeche Mode influences, he excelled with sold-out shows and collaborations with ZHU and OTR.
Born in Jamaica, Grace Jones rose from NYC's Studio 54 scene. Known for hits like "Pull Up to the Bumper," her unique style blends disco, reggae, and rock. Worked with Sly & Robbie, Trevor Horn, and Nile Rodgers, also starred in major films.

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Genre: Rock, Indie/Alt, Alternative Rock

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