We get an extreme Fear Of Missing Out anytime we hear about the live shows put on by these incredible artists.
Once shrouded in secrecy, The Weeknd's Abel Tesfaye emerged from reclusion with a full band and falsetto-laced set. His quiet storm delivery leaves the ladies screaming at the swell of each crescendo.
These underground kings shook the hip-hop scene with their slow lurk approach to punk rock and hip-hop. Zach Hill pounds drums through the floor and MC Ride pushes house speakers to a point of destruction; it's no surprise the duo packs a house full of mosh pits and head knocks.
Fiona Apple's emotional delivery and heavy handed approach to piano keys is equal parts vulnerable and confident. The balance of these forces creates an electricity so unmatched, Kanye said he wants to be the "Fiona Apple of hip-hop." Imma let you finish, but can you argue with that?
The British dubstep DJ brings the beat like none other, often remaining stoic behind the 1s and 2s as the crowd dips and dives through smoke machines, strobing lights, colorful projected graphics and the mass of pulsing bodies in the audience.
If you're lucky enough to snag tickets to one of Frank Ocean's sold out shows, you ought to fight your way to the front. With a voice that transcends space and time, Odd Future's R&B front man fills an entire venue with a sound so unique your ear buds don't do it justice.
After deciding to roll solo, Jack White let his stripes unfurl into rock star territory. Steady, raspy vocals and seamless transitions from keyboard to electric guitar make for an eccentric set at high voltage.
The supergroup made up of Sweden's three biggest DJ's announced that their 2013 tour would be there last. Were you lucky enough to snag a ticket to one of their shows, filled with ecstatically dancing ravers, chaotically beautiful light shows, and non-stop electro house music? If so, consider yourself very lucky.