Beck || 9:00-11:00
Beck is an American singer-songwriter, producer, and multi-instrumentalist who rose to fame in the early 1990s with his lo-fi, sonically experimental style, and he became well known for creating musical collages of a wide range of styles. His later recordings encompass folk, funk, soul, hip hop, alternative rock, country, and psychedelia. He has released 12 studio albums, including “Odelay” in 1996, the stripped-down “Mutations” in 1998, the funk-infused “Midnite Vultures” in 1999, the downcast, acoustic Sea Change in 2002 and 2005’s “Guero.” In February 2014, Beck released the album “Morning Phase,” which won Album of the Year at the 57th Grammy awards on Feb. 8, 2015.

Foster The People || 6:00-7:15
Foster the People is Mark Foster, Cubbie Fink and Mark Pontius. Founded by Foster in Los Angeles in 2009, the group achieved success with the 2011 release of their debut album “Torches,” which has sold nearly two million albums and over nine million singles worldwide. Torches features the No. 1 hit single “Pumped Up Kicks,” which was declared “the year’s anthem” by SPIN, and also spawned the chart topping singles “Don’t Stop (Color On The Walls),” “Houdini,” and “Helena Beat.” Their 2014 sophomore album “Supermodel” produced two Top 10 hits, “Coming of Age” and “Best Friend.”

Vance Joy || 3:45-5:00
James Keogh , better known as Vance Joy, is an Australian singer-songwriter. Joy signed a five-album deal with Atlantic Records in 2013 and released his debut EP “God Loves You When You’re Dancing” in March 2013. His song “Riptide” was voted No.1 on the 2013 Triple J Hottest 100. Joy released his debut studio album “Dream Your Life Away” in September, 2014.

Frank Turner & The Sleeping Souls || 1:30-2:30
As a solo artist in the U.K., Turner crafted his own brand of folk-punk that has found worldwide appeal. But with his band behind him, his acoustic foundation grows into a gargantuan sound laced with overtones from his days in the U.K. post-hardcore scene.

Iration || 11:30-12:30
Iration is an alternative/reggae group of musicians who met while growing up in Hawaii but formed the band after reconnecting in Santa Barbara, California. The band’s 2010 release “Time Bomb” hit No. 1 on the iTunes Reggae Album Chart and has enjoyed a very successful run on the Billboard Reggae Album Chart to date as well. Multiple songs by Iration have topped alternative radio station charts throughout the country — including with Time Bomb’s “Turn Around” and “Falling,” as well as Automatic’s “Back Around” and title track which was recently remixed for the radio and is starting to receive spins nationwide.


My Morning Jacket || 7:15-9:00
My Morning Jacket has built a reputation as a group who consistently challenges the paradigms in which they are placed. Known for their broad palette of sounds and styles the band has also earned the reputation of one of the best live acts today. My Morning Jacket formed in the late 1990s in Louisville, Kentucky, when Jim James’ group Month Of Sundays folded, and he began recording new songs with ex-members of local rockers Winter Death Club. At Above The Cadillac Studios — in reality, a shed on the grounds of guitarist Johnny Quaid’s grandparents’ farm — the group took shape, drawing upon their rich knowledge of classic rock, country, soul and psychedelia, and spinning these influences into fresh, life-affirming rock ’n’ roll and aching, haunting balladry.

TV On The Radio || 5:00-6:15
TV on the Radio are an American indie rock band formed in 2001 in Brooklyn, New York. The group has released several EPs including their debut “Young Liars” in 2003, and five studio albums ending with “Seeds” in 2014. For most of the band’s existence, the band’s core lineup has remained the same. But other contributors have included David Bowie, Nick Zinner of Yeah Yeah Yeahs, Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails, Kazu Makino of Blonde Redhead, Martin Perna of Antibalas, and Katrina Ford of Celebration.

Tove Lo || 2:30-3:30
Ebba Tove Elsa Nilsson, better known by her stage name Tove Lo, is a Swedish singer and songwriter from Stockholm, Sweden. She gained attention for her 2013 single “Habits” and later mainstream success with a remix of the track by hip-hop producers Her debut album, “Queen of the Clouds,” was released in September 2014 in the U.S. Tove Lo has also written songs for a number of artists, including The Saturdays, Icona Pop, Ellie Goulding, Girls Aloud, Hilary Duff, Victoria Justice, and Cher Lloyd among others.

MisterWives || 12:30-1:30
MisterWives is an American indie pop band based in New York City, consisting of lead singer Mandy Lee, percussionist Etienne Bowler, bass guitarist William Hehir, guitarist Marc Campbell, multi-instrumentalist Jesse Blum, and sit-in saxophonist Mike Murphy. Misterwives have opened for acts such as Twenty One Pilots, Half Moon Run, Børns, Bleachers, T-Pain, American Authors as well as Kesha and are currently signed to Photo Finish Records. The band’s debut EP “Reflections,” was released in January 2014.


Krewella || 6:00-7:15
Krewella is an electronic dance duo from Chicago, Illinois consisting of sisters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf. They burst onto the scene in 2011 and were immediately recognized for their signature brand of vocally-driven electronic music. Soon after debuting their self-produced and self-released, chart-topping and critically-acclaimed “Play Hard” EP in June 2012, their progressive house anthem, “Alive” was surging through radio stations leading to a platinum certification. They have become world re-knowned for their infectious live energy, which has led them to headline some of the biggest festivals in the world.

GRiZ || 3:45-5:00
Grant Kwiecinski (aka GRiZ) is has blown up quickly. At 24 years old, GRiZ has asserted his place in the music world with his sax-infused sounds that find heart and soul within the beat of the dancefloor. A musically trained ear from the start, GRiZ played the alto saxophone since elementary school and took piano and saxophone lessons his entire life. He recently supported Bassnectar, Pretty Lights and Big Gigantic on their respective tours, which then led to his own headlining tour — all within a year. His first album, Mad Liberation, given away for free really put him on the map in 2012.

Robert DeLong || 1:30-2:30
Robert Charles Edward DeLong is an American electronic musician from Bothell, Washington. With a background in drums and influences from a number of indie rock bands, DeLong’s primary genres include electronica, EDM, and moombahton. He has released two albums on Glassnote Records: an EP, “Global Concepts,” in 2012 and “Just Movement” in 2013. DeLong’s new EP entitled “Long Way Down” was released in November 2014.

Goldroom || 11:30-12:30
Born from the simplicity of emotive choruses and lush electronic ornaments, Goldroom has transformed into a fascinating tale of modern music culture; a nostalgic romance of tropical textures and soulful rhythms. As an established remixer, Goldroom has gone on to work with such buzz-worthy acts. Most notably, his remix for Niki & The Dove has been streamed more than three million times on YouTube and has been supported by The Magician, Aeroplane, Alex Metric and more. With a full-length album already in the works, you can rest assured that this remarkable tale will find you on a steady hunt for the dance floor in 2015.


Phantogram || 7:15-8:30
Phantogram (formerly Charlie Everywhere) is an American electronic rock duo from Greenwich, New York, formed in 2007 and consisting of Josh Carter (vocals, guitars) and Sarah Barthel (vocals, keyboards). The band name was inspired by an optical illusion called a phantogram, in which two-dimensional images appear to be three-dimensional. They described their sound as “street beat, psych pop.”

Lake Street Dive || 5:00-6:15
Lake Street Dive is an indie jazz and soul band that was founded in 2004 in Boston, Massachusetts. The band consists of Rachael Price (lead vocals), Mike “McDuck” Olson (trumpet, guitar), Bridget Kearney (upright bass), and Mike Calabrese (drums). They met while attending the New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. The band was named after a street with many dive bars in Olson’s hometown of Minneapolis, Minnesota. The band tours in both North America and Europe from their base in Brooklyn.

St. Lucia || 2:30-3:30
Jean-Philip Grobler, known by his stage name St. Lucia, is a South African-born, Brooklyn-based musician. He is signed to Neon Gold Records, which released his self-titled EP and his debut album “When the Night.”

Rubblebucket || 12:30-1:30
A Brooklyn-based five-piece, whose unique indie dance sound have found an extremely dedicated audience. Fronted by the enigmatic Annakalmia Traver, the group mixes instruments from horns to synth, putting no limits on their live show. Rubblebucket will grace Hangout Fest with cuts from their latest release “Survival Sounds.” If you’re unfamiliar, a good place to start would be online, where the group has complimented tracks such as “Carousel Ride” with music videos that are artistically bizarre yet completely relevant.


Mary Lambert || 7:15-8:30
Kopecky || 5:00-6:15
Preservation Hall Jazz Band || 2:30-3:45
Floating Action || 12:30-1:30


The Lone Bellow || 6:00-7:15
Colony House || 3:45-5:00
Natural Child || 1:30-2:30
Firekid || 11:30-12:30


Mija || 5:00-6:15
JackLNDN || 3:45-5:00
Autograf || 2:30-3:45
Sean Glass || 1:30-2:30
Spice J || 12:30-1:30
Dino Brawl || 11:30-12:30