Lykke Li: Considering her music has been featured in commercials, television shows and movies, odds are you've heard a Lykke Li track in the past. Even if you aren't sure what the track was. Or how you actually pronounce her name. Squamish is a great chance to put all the pieces together.
Walk Off The Earth: Have you ever wanted to watch five people on one guitar cover Goyte's "Somebody That I Used To Know?" Well, that's how this group became YouTube sensations, and come on. You know live is always better than YouTube, right?
The Roots: Thank you, The Roots, for having a long and storied career even before you became Jimmy Fallon's house band. And thank you ?uestlove for proving the question mark is more versatile than we'd ever thought possible.
Atmosphere: This is a hip hop group from Minneapolis that is fronted by a guy who calls himself "Slug." We're going to be honest, we need you to go watch this to make sure it isn't something we can up with while drunk.
July Talk: We can't be sure if the repeated [neutrality is disputed] and [according to whom?] denotations in their Wikipedia Biography section are intentional or not, but we kind of hope they are. Since that bio will probably be "cleaned up" at some point, go see the band, which Wikipedia is unable to edit.
Thievery Corporation: Look, we don't want to offend anyone with a potentially politically charged joke in this gallery. So, instead, we will leave the political commentary to this DJ duo. They're better at it, anyway.