If you didn’t catch Best Coast’s performance of “Each and Every Day” on David Letterman a couple of weeks ago, you can soak up the Southern California duo’s reverb-drenched rays of lo-fi goodness in person this March as they cap off 35 Denton’s already impressive lineup. Best Coast’s drowned guitars and haunted summer mood are direct descendants of festival headliners The Jesus and Mary Chain’s original brand of fuzzed-out melancholy, making this year’s roster a veritable noise pop dream team.
Also part of 35 Denton’s final round of confirms, the ambient dance of Teengirl Fantasy, Austin indie-twangers Cowboy and Indian, and South Florida chillwave artist Millionyoung.
The full schedule of artists is live today. Four day wristbands for the festival, happening in the heart of Denton, TX March 8-11, are $65. Beginning today you can also purchase single day wristbands starting at just $35!
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Cover of Best Coast's 'I Want To' performed by 35 Denton artist Jeremy Buller