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Coachella: The Free, Air-Conditioned Version

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Can't make it out to the desert this weekend? No worries, AT&T's Blue Room broadcasts live streaming video from select performances at Coachella beginning at 3 p.m. today. So kick back with some brews, crank up the A/C and turn the speakers up to 11. Coachella streams via this link.

Read on to check out the Blueroom schedule, subject to change.

photo of the Coachella DJ Dome, Thurs. night, by Dave Bullock (eecue).

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Friday April 27
03:00 PM Brother Ali
03:55 PM Noisettes
04:35 PM Tokyo Police Club
05:35 PM Tilly and the Wall
06:25 PM Of Montreal
07:15 PM Rufus Wainwright
08:10 PM Arctic Monkeys
09:05 PM Stephen Marley
09:55 PM Sonic Youth
10:45 PM Bjork

Saturday April 28
03:00 PM Gogol Bordello (previously recorded)
04:00 PM Fields
04:40 PM The Cribs
05:25 PM the Frames
06:15 PM Jack's Mannequin
07:10 PM Andrew Bird
08:05 PM the Fratellis
09:00 PM Regina Spektor
09:50 PM Arcade Fire
11:00 PM Ozomatli

Sunday April 29
03:00 PM Anathallo
03:45 PM The Feeling
04:40 PM Junior Boys
05:30 PM Fair to Midland
06:05 PM Kaiser Chiefs
07:05 PM CSS
08:05 PM Klaxons
08:55 PM Crowded House
09:50 PM Damien Rice
10:40 PM TBD Amos Lee
11:10 PM The Lemonheads

Note: LAist is in no way affiliated with AT&T, and in fact is just as subject to the overpriced and unreliable services they offer as their part in the telecom duopoly as everyone else. We also do not promote or encourage "illicit" recording of music/video, however, we do feel obliged to provide a brief guide to services and applications which may or may not enable one to record streaming audio from the Internets.

Windows: Direct Stream Recorder (free trial; $29.95 to buy)

Audio Mid Recorder ($29.95 to buy)

Mac: Audio Hijack Pro (free trial allows 10 minutes at a time.)

There may be other good tools here and here.