Pitchfork Music Festival Slowly, Steadily Building One Hell Of A Lineup
We are presently in full-on Coachella mode here at Losanjealous HQ. Believe it! Each time a courier enters the Sandalwood Conference Room in the Marina Del Rey Courtyard Marriott, we chant loudly, uniformly: “Coachella! Coachella! Coachooser! Coachella!” And so forth. (Did You Know? Cubes and Coachooser are now up and running on the official site.)
Meantime, though, the world turns and the 2008 Pitchfork lineup (Chicago; July) has grown considerably since our first cursory glance on these pages. You’ve now got your King Khan, your Jarvis Cocker, your Apples in Stereo, your Dirty Projectors, your Mission of Burma, with the very latest updates including Spoon, Dodos and Les Savy Fav. Again I say to you, though: Extra Golden is playing, and Extra Golden is the shit. (Why else would Obama help with their visas?) Single day passes run $30 and a three-day pass is only $65. (Flight not included.) Full lineup to date after the jump.
Friday, July 18
Pitchfork Music Festival and All Tomorrow’s Parties
present “Don’t Look Back”
Public Enemy performing It Takes a Nation of Millions to Hold Us Back
Mission of Burma performing Vs.
+ one more to be announced
Saturday, July 19
The Ruby Suns
A Hawk and a Hacksaw
Occidental Brothers Dance Band International
+ many more!
Sunday, July 20:
Ghostface and Raekwon
Les Savy Fav
The Apples in Stereo
King Khan & His Shrines
+ many more!