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Pitchfork Music Festival Announces First Wave of Performers

In the same fashion as years past, Pitchfork Music Festival—one of Chicago’s premier Summer Music Festivals—is unveiling their lineup in three waves over the next few weeks. Chicago natives can witness the rolling announcement via a hand painted mural in Wicker Park, which is also being live streamed on Pitchfork. The first round of announcers has been revealed, and among the names are Tame...

Blood Orange Drops Two New Tracks for Black History Month

Dev Hynes has returned to his famous moniker Blood Orange to drop two new tracks in honor of Black History Month. According to his Instagram post which subtly announced the two new tracks, neither song will make it onto his forthcoming album. Check out “Christopher & 6th” and “June 12th” below.     The two tracks, collated on a playlist titled ‘Black...

MGMT Drops New Single “When You Die”

Back in May, electro-funk band MGMT announced their fourth LP, Little Dark Age. MGMT debuted four new songs while on their Summer tour, and released the album’s first single back in October. Now, MGMT has released the second single off Little Dark Age, the funky, darkly comic “When You Die“. The single was released with a trippy, macabre style music video starring Girls actor...

Kelela Shares New Song from Forthcoming Album

On last night’s episode of the HBO original series Insecure, the alternative R&B singer Kelela debuted the second single from her forthcoming album, Take Me Apart (due Oct. 6). The new single, titled “Frontline“, is far less upbeat than its preceding track “LMK“, but is no less innovative and addicting to the ear. Check out the hazy, futuristic ballad below. When...

Pitchfork Festival 2014: Beck, Neutral Milk Hotel, Kendrick Lamar

The Pitchfork Music Festival  has just announced this year’s lineup, and we’re pretty stoked about some of the acts. St. Vincent, Danny Brown and Cloud Nothings were most recently added, after the additions of acts like Real Estate, Hudson Mohawke, Schoolboy Q, Jon Hopkins, Earl Sweatshirt, the Field, Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks and Dum Dum Girls. The festival returns July 18-20 to...

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