Post by garageland on May 30, 2014 12:08:14 GMT -5
Sunday is 1. This is what I got for Saturday.
Saturday, July 19:
Gates at 12 p.m.
8:30 Neutral Milk Hotel (GREEN) 7:45 FKA Twigs (BLUE) 7:25 St. Vincent (RED) 6:45 The Field (BLUE) 6:15 Danny Brown (GREEN) 5:45 Kelela (BLUE) 5:15 tUnE-yArDs (RED) 4:45 The Range (BLUE) 4:15 Pusha T (GREEN) 3:45 Mas Ysa (BLUE) 3:20 Cloud Nothings (RED) 2:50 Empress Of (BLUE) 2:30 Wild Beasts (GREEN)
Got it. I'm thinking this got put out early. The first paragraph, haha "Pitchfork Music Festival 2014 is just one month away!" This wasn't on there.
1:55 Circulatory System (BLUE) 1:45 Ka (RED) 1:00 Twin Peaks (GREEN)
I really love that album. Just doesn't seem like it would translate to much excitement on stage. I'd know better if they hadn't gotten delayed out of their original slot at Bonnaroo last year.
Agree on the Neneh/Haxan overlap. It is the only one I'd really have at first glance. Neneh wins that one every time for me though - she just never plays in the US.
I caught their set at Bonnaroo last year (and caught them when they opened for Japandroids in DC). They took every song much faster than the recorded tempos, which helped with the whole "lack of excitement" thing. But I love that kind of "sea of layered guitars" poppy/punky rock anyway, so I won't be missing their set.
Friday: Death Grips -> do whatever the rest of the day Saturday: Cloud Nothings -> Pusha T -> Tune Yards -> Danny Brown -> St. Vincent -> NMH Sunday: ???? -> Deafheaven -> Earl Sweatshirt -> Schoolboy Q -> Real Estate/Majical Cloudz/Slowdive -> Grimes -> Kendrick Lamar
The 1-2pm on Sunday of Mutual Benefit, Speedy Ortiz, DIIV is pretty hard for me to choose. Not much to do on Friday. Might skip Danny Brown for rail at St. Vincent.
I actually missed DDG at Coach. We were still setting up camp as they went on. I've seen them a few times though. They are good live but nothing special. If there isn't anything going on when they played, I'd see it again.
Aftershow on 7/19 at Lincoln Hall. This month, Pitchfork launched Nightcap, a series of late night shows across the United States. Following a successful maiden performance at the Studio at Webster Hall in NYC with Majical Cloudz and Dutch E Germ, Nightcap heads to Lincoln Hall in Chicago for a July 19 show featuring Real Estate and the Walkmen's Peter Matthew Bauer. This is an official Pitchfork Music Festival aftershow.
Tickets for the show go on sale Friday, June 20 at 12 noon Eastern time. Tickets are $15 and the show is 21+. The show is at 11pm.