Miami's DJ Craze To Play Coachella

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...Speaking of DJ Craze (check the previous post on this blog for an un-missable nugget of joy he passed along), Miami's finest DJ champ will head to the desert this summer to play Coachella for the first time. On the mega-festival's second day, Saturday, April 17, he'll take the stage with frequent ATL-based collaborator Klever. 

The line-up, of course, features seemingly every huge name in indie rock, as well as some unexpected big-room club DJs: Kaskade, David Guetta, Dirty South, Deadmau5, and even Tiesto. Also of note in the electronic arena: Plastikman! (Yay for Richie Hawtin's least-publicly aired persona!) Other curveballs on the lineup that might be of particular interest to South Floridians are Latin rock greats Aterciopelados and Babasonicos, and reggaeton graduates Calle 13. 

Click here for the full Coachella lineup, and click here to read Crossfade's recent interview with DJ Craze. 

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