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Coachella Secrets Revealed - Andrew Bird Is Really A Moose

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I knew he was inventive and eclectic but I had no idea he had antlers.

Confident and whistling, Andrew Bird delivered a sublime and fascinating set with all the nuance of a small club date -- seemingly oblivious to the entire desert and the thousands of tweaking, dehydrated kiddies twirling toward the tent fringes. No one can resist a violin and a theremin. Below, check out the subtle and unmistakable Dr. Stringz performing, “Plasticities.”

Photo & Video: Lisa Brenner