2. 1. You should catch Drowners.
Fronted by Brit male model Matthew Hitt, this American-Welsh rock band’s indie rock love songs pair nicely with The Strokes’ early albums. They’re playing the Big Apple Stage at 12:45 on Friday.
4. 2. Then you might also want to see Tanlines.
The NYC indie synth-pop band’s layered music would make a great addition to Grimes’ set. They play the Big Apple stage at 2:15 on Saturday.
6. 3. Be sure to see Little Comets.
The Newcastle band shares the same subtly tropical and upbeat, drum-thumping pop-rock sound as the American headliners. They’ll be playing Friday at The Honda Stage at 12:15pm.
8. 4. You should check out Little Daylight.
Phoenix fans will dig this Brooklyn trio’s sweet and addictive synth-pop. They’re playing Friday at 12:45 at the Gotham Tent.
10. 5. Definitely see PAPA.
The LA band’s booming, choral pop anthems demand the same sing-alongs that Foster The People’s classics do. They’ll be playing at 1:30pm on Saturday at GovBall NYC Stage.
12. 6. Catch Deafheaven.
While Deafhaven’s screamo shoegaze is arguably heavier than Interpol’s post-punk revival, both bands are the darkest acts on Gov Ball’s bill. Catch them at 2:15 at the Gotham Tent on Saturday.
14. 7. Then you should also see BANKS.
Her sultry and soulful electronica plays like a poppier version of James Blake’s minimalism. She plays at 2:15 on Sunday at the Gotham Tent.
16. 8. Then make sure to see Diarrhea Planet.
The band’s throaty, screaming old school rock and roll would pair well Jack White’s music. The band plays Saturday at 12:45 at the Big Apple Stage.
18. 9. Then you need Chance The Rapper in your life.
The young Chicago rapper plays with a full band and shares Outkast’s imagination and sense of humor. See him Saturday at 3:45 at the Gotham Tent.
20. 10. Then you should swing by AlunaGeorge’s set.
The English pop duo make electronic dance songs that would get any La Roux fan moving. See them perform Sunday at 3:45 on the Gotham Tent’s stage.
22. 11. Well, nothing sounds like Skrillex, but you should see Disclosure anyway.
The brotherly duo makes ethereal EDM music and you can catch them at 4:45 on the Honda Stage on Saturday.
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