Pitchfork’s Fest

The Times has a good little article about Pitchfork’s Intonation festival, making what I think is a pretty dead-on observation:

But let’s not get too carried away with the idea of Pitchfork as a launching pad. The two stages at Union Park weren’t filled with bands that seemed destined to blast into the stratosphere, or even the troposphere. Instead, the stages were filled with bands that are already about as popular as they will ever be.

Which, as a PF reader, I find comforting. Maybe because it counteracts the tunnel vision that creeps up on you.

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