7 Must-See Pitchfork Fest Artists: From the Summer's Coolest Headliners to Underground Punk
As the hipster haven returns to Chicago’s Union Park July 14-16, this year’s most notable performers reflect the mix of old and new, common and rare.
From Danity Kane stardom to solo avant-garde R&B act, Richard will keep indie fans guessing during an atypical fest show.
The discordant D.C. punks aren’t at Coachella level yet, but their Nothing Feels Natural album is one of the year’s most thrilling listens.
The Scottish indie cult heroes will treat the fest’s older contingent to its first U.S. gig since splitting in 2006.
Raise the disco ball! James Murphy and Co. will play cuts off new album American Dream (out Sept. 1) after headlining several fests last year.
The well-traveled force behind Pitchfork’s top-ranked 2016 album, A Seat at the Table, closes out Sunday with exquisite R&B.
Last year’s acclaimed Puberty 2 album gets a 2017 victory lap; the next LP could spell main-stage slots.