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Summer Sixteen at Pitchfork was a bodily experience. Whether you were staying hydrated with Mick Jenkins, swapping lover’s spit with Broken Social Scene, getting glowed up with Anderson Paak, or experiencing a spiritual awakening with FKA Twigs, this year’s installment of the festival had a little something to offer for everyone. Check out our pictures over at Facebook and check out our Pitchfork mixtape over at Soundcloud.

IN THIS ISSUE:

 
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Pitchfork Friday

Friday evening’s kick off saw the likes of Moses Sumney, Mick Jenkins, last year’s breakout starlet Shamir, and an old favorite, Broken Social Scene. We found ourselves at the second half of Moses Sumney’s performance before Mick Jenkins after being lured through the crowd by Sumney’s enticingly haunting angelic voice...[read more]

   
kaneplacerecordclub

Pitchfork Saturday

Saturday was a beautiful afternoon for music. There was an excitement in the air for Anderson Paak, BJ the Chicago Kid, Brian Wilson, and Sufjan Stevens. There were people of all ages eating delicious food, drinking $8.00 beers, and checking out the Chirp Radio record fair...[read more]

   
sydneeb

Pitchfork Sunday

Sunday at Pitchfork for us was definitely a sonic journey. You had Sun Ra Arkestra opening up the day, followed by the local ladies of HOMME, the classical mastery of Kamasi Washington, eclectic funky flair of Thundercat, and R&B artists Miguel and Jeremih, all of this leading up to the lady of the hour, headliner, FKA Twigs...[read more]

   
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AMFM x Pitchfork 2016 Mixtape

Pitchfork may be over, but we are still enjoying the feels of the festival's music acts. Check out our AMFM x Pitchfork Mixtape over at our Soundcloud while you're looking at pictures over at our Facebook and you will feel like you were there! Mixtape includes and more!
Listen here!

   
 
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