Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Pitchfork Music Festival

I'm itching to go Chicago in July for the Pitchfork Music Festival. The line up looks awesomely solid, and I do a (somewhat) silent cheer every time bands are added to the list. I would like to see some personal favorites like Spoon, Chin Up, Chin Up, Jens Lekman, the National, and newbies Tapes 'n Tapes and Band of Horses. $30 for two days of music is super cheap, and couches to crash on are easy to find.

I think I'll have to go.

Some mp3s from the Pitchfork Music Festival line up:
Tapes 'n Tapes: Beach Girls (yousendit link)
Band of Horses: Funeral
Jens Lekman: Runaway with Me
Chin Up Chin Up: Collide the Tide
The National: Murder Me Rachael
Spoon: I Turn My Camera On

So Much Silence has its "conspiracy theory" worked out for how Pitchfork selected the bands for the festival. The conclusion is to be expected, but it's a good read.


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