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Pitchfork Paris 2015 in pics: Thom Yorke, Kurt Vile, HEALTH, Deerhunter, Beach House, Father John Misty, Destroyer, more

photos by Rachel Juarez-Carr

Kurt Vile / Thom Yorke / FJM / Health @ Pitchfork Paris 2015
Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015
Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015
Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015
Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015
Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Loosening his man-bun before losing himself to dance as he and producer and collaborator Nigel Godrich step out on stage before huge screens rushing through hypnotic visuals for ‘The Clock’, Yorke kicks off a flawlessly tight and mesmeric set – leaning heavily on Tomorrow’s Modern Boxes, but adding a twitchier and more introverted mechanical menace to tracks from The Eraser and AMOK.

As he jerks across the stage and howls into the vast Parisian venue, we realise that this is the most immersed and involved Yorke has been in a performance in quite some years. The intimate sounds of his solo work truly translate live, inspiring sheer hero worship throughout Pitchfork Music Festival Paris 2015. This shall be a talking point for years to come. – [Gigwise]

Pitchfork Music Festival Paris 2015 happened over Halloween Weekend (Oct 29-31) at the French capital’s enormous Grande Halle de la Villette. Performers included Radiohead frontman Thom Yorke, Kurt Vile, Run the Jewels, Father John Misty, Beach House, Deerhunter, Battles, HEALTH, Ariel Pink, Destroyer, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and more. Pictures from the weekend continue below…


Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Haelos

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Kirin J. Callinan

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Destroyer

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Ariel Pink

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Godspeed You! Black Emperor

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Deerhunter

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Beach House

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

HEALTH

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Rhye

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Kurt Vile

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Battles

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Thom Yorke

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Hinds

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Curtis Harding

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Nao

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Father John Misty

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Unknown Mortal Orchestra

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Run the Jewels

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Spiritualized

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Ratatat

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Hudson Mohawke

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

Pitchfork Festival Paris 2015

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