As much as I adore the idea of journeying to a good music festival and basking myself in the glow of strobe lights and musical celebutantes, indulging in these videos of the best that Coachella has to offer from the comfort of my home, has been quite a treat. The celebration started off with Outkast, but they weren't the only hot ticket at the kick-start weekend of the Coachella concert series, as another duo also brought some well-qualified heat to the stage. Disclosure were double the fun, and quadruple the groove as they put on a hour-long power-packed show that consisted of almost all of their major aural players lifted mostly from their debut album Settle from last year.
The rise of Disclosure has been no laughing matter, as their Sunday night performance played almost like a decades-long greatest hits tour, with notable song after notable song getting a chance to roam and bounce around to what appeared to be an engaged and, well, happily sloshed crowd. They opened things up with the energizing stomper "When A Fire Starts To Burn" and kept the home fires burning with other notables like "You & Me," "Confess To Me" and "Grab Her!". The Lawrence brothers also got a little help from their friends Mary J. Blige, Sam Smith and Aluna Francis of AlunaGeorge, whom all joined them for their prospective guest spots, and kept the energy at a eventful crackle.