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Pitchfork festival unveils2014 lineup

The annual Pitchfork music festival – aka the hipster Olympics – has added St. Vincent, Cloud Nothings, Danny Brown, Real Estate, ScHoolboy Q, Earl Sweatshirt, FKA twigs and Perfect Pussy to its already impressive lineup for 2014.

The three day festival had already announced a lineup featuring headliners Beck, Neutral Milk Hotel and Kendrick Lamar plus Grimes, Death Grips, Slowdive, Sharon Van Etten, DIIV, tUnE-yArDs, Pusha T, Wild Beasts, and Kathleen Hanna’s band the Julie Ruin. Of course several of the world’s most hipster bands including the Haxan Cloak, Sun Kil Moon and DJ Rashad also feature on the lineup.

The festival runs from July 18-20 at Chicago’s Union Park. Check out the full lineup and day-by day breakdown below.

Friday:

Beck
Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks
Giorgio Moroder
Sun Kil Moon
Factory Floor
Death Grips
The Haxan Cloak
Sharon Van Etten
Isaiah Rashad
Hundred Waters
SZA

Saturday:

Neutral Milk Hotel
The Field
FKA Twigs
St. Vincent
Danny Brown
Kelela
tUnE-yArDs
The Range
Pusha T
The Julie Ruin
Cloud Nothings
Mas Ysa
Wild Beasts
Circulatory System
Empress Of
Ka
Twin Peaks

Sunday:

Kendrick Lamar
Hudson Mohawke
Grimes
DJ Rashad & DJ Spinn
Slowdive
Real Estate
Jon Hopkins
Schoolboy Q
Dum Dum Girls
Earl Sweatshirt
Majical Cloudz
Deafheaven
Perfect Pussy
DIIV
Speedy Ortiz
Mutual Benefit

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Harrishun

Harrishun said on the 21st Mar, 2014

This fuckin' line-up though. God damn.

Dexter Ramone

Dexter Ramone said on the 21st Mar, 2014

Some superb stuff on there.
I'm definitely not cool enough to be allowed in though.

edjob

edjob said on the 21st Mar, 2014

does this rule out most of those acts for splendour?

voltroneyes

voltroneyes said on the 21st Mar, 2014

those video ads that pop up right in the middle of the content are so goddamn obnoxious, what the fuck???

gumbuoy

gumbuoy said on the 23rd Mar, 2014



There's a whole week between the fests. Some bands in the past have played both Splendour and the Fuji festival on the same weekend, so one week between fests shouldn't be a problem.