Last year, Pitchfork and their beer website October put on the inaugural OctFest in NYC with live music and craft beer, and this year they'll do it again. This time it's two days, and it moves from Brooklyn Hangar to Governors Island...
Lauryn Hill, Tame Impala and Fleet Foxes were revealed as headliners, and other new additions include Blood Orange, Japanese Breakfast, Saba, Open Mike Eagle, Noname, Alex Cameron, Kelly Lee Owens, and more.
Supa Bwe has collaborated with such well-known neighbors as Chance the Rapper, Mick Jenkins, and Saba, and he also has a whole song dedicated to Weezer featuring a trap-inspired cover of "The Sweater Song."
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