Posts tagged "Pitchfork Music Festival"
Song Of The Day by Eric Berman “Crossed Wires” by Superchunk Another highlight of last weekend’s Pitchfork Music Festival was the return of North Carolina’s Superchunk. Fiercely independent, the Chunk began in 1989 by releasing records on their own Merge label. Not only does Superchunk still prevail on their latest album, “Majesty Shredding,” but the... Read more »
Song Of The Day by Eric Berman “Take Me Over” by Cut Copy I’ve got to admit that I came late to the Cut Copy party seeing them for the first time last night at Pitchfork. What I saw was a band tapping into a deep well of ’80s dance music…and we,... Read more »
Song Of The Day by Eric Berman “Montezuma” by Fleet Foxes Classic Rock is alive and well in the form of Fleet Foxes an amalgam of CSN, Simon & Garfunkel, America and The Beach Boys. Saw them tonight for the third time since 2008 at Pitchfork Music Festival where they have... Read more »
Song Of The Day by Eric Berman “Echos Myron” by Guided By Voices It was great to see the reunited GBV together again on stage at the Pitchfork Music Festival this evening. They opened their set with this track from the classic 1994 album “Bee Thousand” where Robert Pollard and company tap into their inner... Read more »