Posted in music on July 18, 2014

Pitchfork Festival 2013 (more by James Richards IV)
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Pitchfork Festival is about to kick off in Chicago's Union Park today (7/18) and run through Sunday (7/20). If you're there, you might want to check the updated set times (sans Death Grips, The Julie Ruin and the late DJ Rashad (his collaborator DJ Spinn plays in his slot), but still with Earl Sweatshirt), and if you're not there, you can still enjoy some of the festivities from home.

Select sets will stream at Pitchfork.com (via LiveOne's CrowdSurfing platform) beginning at 4:35 PM CST today. Today's streaming sets include Giorgio Moroder, Sharon Van Etten, Hundred Waters and Neneh Cherry.

On Saturday and Sunday, streams begin at 1 PM, with Cloud Nothings, Ka, Danny Brown, Wild Beasts and Twin Peaks on Sat; and Real Estate, Schoolboy Q, Deafheaven and Mutual Benefit on Sun.

Full streaming schedule below...

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Pitchfork Festival 2014 Streaming Schedule (CST)

FRIDAY

4:35-5:25pm Neneh Cherry
3:30-4:20pm Hundred Waters
5:30-6:20pm Sharon Van Etten
7:20-8:20pm Giorgio Moroder

SATURDAY

1:00-1:40pm Twin Peaks
2:30-3:15pm Wild Beasts
6:15-7:15pm Danny Brown
1:45-2:25pm Ka
3:20-4:10pm Cloud Nothings

SUNDAY

1:00-1:40pm Mutual Benefit
2:30-3:15pm Deafheaven
4:15- 5:10pm Schoolboy Q
5:15-6:10pm Real Estate

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Comments (5)

As for today: Giorgio Moroder, I guess you've got the nostalgia factor going on. Sharon Van Etten, Brooklyn hype snoozefest going on. Hundred Waters, not many thoughts. Neneh Cherry, That's a damn fine album that Four Tet just produced for her.

Posted by Anonymous | July 18, 2014 4:32 PM

cool story bro

Posted by Anonymous | July 18, 2014 4:54 PM

what gives? they usually stream every artist's set

Posted by Anonymous | July 18, 2014 7:14 PM

During festivals they usually have time to present and have fun with people in the area.

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