Live Fix Radio Episode 40: How Listly Builds Community And Connects Concert Fans

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On this episode of Live Fix Radio we’re continuing our exploration of the social curation and list-making platform Listly and chatting with it’s co-founder Nick Kellet about why Listly is an essential community building tool for concert fans, and a great way to share and remember your favorite live music memories.

And of course, we asked Nick to share a list of his most memorable concert experiences which include seeing Kid Creole and The Coconuts, Melissa Etheridge, John Cooper Clark, Blue Oyster Cult, and a funny story of how he ended up as a bouncer for an Anne Lennox show. Rock on and thanks for listening!

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Show Notes

News and other cool stuff we talked about:

 

Got a thought on this show or an awesome idea for a future episode of Live Fix Radio? Drop a comment below or share your feedback and concert stories with us on Twitter @livefixmediaFacebook , Google Plus, or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341.

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Live Fix Radio Episode 39: Bon Iver Tattoos, Crowd Surfing Coachella and A Sublime Shakedown At Lolla

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On this episode of Live Fix Radio we’re continuing our exploration of Bon Iver and the power of the little things and chatting with fellow concert fan Isabel about how this picture of Justin Vernon’s “that was then” tattoo inspired Isabel to get her own tattoo. Isabel’s also tells us why she’ll never forget crowdsurfing during Bon Iver at Coachella and soaking in Cage The Elephant with her dad during a sublime downpour at Lollapalooza. Rock on and thanks for listening!

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Show Notes

News and other cool stuff we talked about:

 

Music featured during the show:

  • Bon Iver  –  “Holocene” and “Skinny Love” (iTunes)

 

Got a thought on this show or an awesome idea for a future episode of Live Fix Radio? Drop a comment below or share your feedback and concert stories with us on Twitter @livefixmediaFacebook , Google Plus, or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341.

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Live Fix Radio: Camplified and Teaching The Kids How To Rock Live

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As we’ve seen (and heard) before, kids can rock the stage and get lost in the awe of live music at any age.

And during this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’re continuing our why kids rock and amaze us exploration and talking with Camplified founder Aimee Berger about how she’s playing a pivotal role in raising up the next generation of artists and creating a new type of live music experience for young concert fans through the Camplified summer camp tours. She also shares what amazes here about seeing Adele and Eminem live, and why she loves going to shows with her parents.

And since this episode is all about the kids, we’re excited to have another special guest, our son Calvin,  join us during the show too.

Enjoy the show and thanks for listening!

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Show Notes:

Segment one: News and other cool stuff we talked about:

Segment two (10:53): Interview with Aimee Berger.

Segment three (35:09): Should kids strive to be great musicians or great performers?

Music featured during the show
  • Payton Rae – “Stomp Out The Fire” Live during the Camplified Summer Tour
  • Adele – “Someone Like You” Live at Royal Albert Hall
  • Eminem – “Lose Yourself” Live at Yankee Stadium
  • Brandon and Savanah – covering Foster the People’s “Pumped Up Kicks”  live during Camplified Summer Tour 2012

Share your concert experiences and thoughts about this podcast in the comments below, on Twitter @livefixmedia, on Facebook, Google Plus, or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341, and we’ll include them in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.

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Live Fix Radio: What Kind Of Concert Character Are You?

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During this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’re talking with Steve Weinberger author of No Air Guitar Allowed. Listen in as he shares how his comical book of concert characters came to life, what he’s never done at a show before and how he’s teaching his daughter the fine art of concertgoing.

Plus, we’ll explore our electromusical mood discoveries at Pitchfork Festival, The Who’s 1979 redeeming ticket opportunity, Lolla fans getting punched in the stomach, and why Jack White is apparently requesting fans not use social media during his shows.

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Show Notes:

Segment one: News and other cool stuff we talked about:

Segment two (30:00): Interview with Steve Weinberger.

Music played during the show

What’s Your Concert Persona?

Which of Steve’s characters do you identify with?

What are some of your favorite people-watching moments at concerts?

What new concert characters do you see emerging in today’s ever-evolving live music culture?

Share your concert experiences and thoughts about this podcast in the comments below, on Twitter @livefixmedia, on Facebook, Google Plus, or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341, and we’ll include them in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.

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Live Fix Radio: The Black Keys, Brothers and Paying For Bar Stools At HOB

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During this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’re chatting with Mike Phillips of Sound Citizen. Listen in as he shares stories of traveling to Ohio to see the Black Keys live with his brother, why he refused to pay for a bar stool at the House of Blues in Chicago and what inspires him to write about live music.  Plus, we’ll talk about how Ticketmaster is offering some “helpful” tips to avoid getting scammed with fake concert tickets.

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Show Notes:

Segment one: News and other cool stuff we talked about:

  • Will fans buy tickets to The Taste of Chicago?

Segment two (33:29): Interview with Mike Phillips of Sound Citizen.

Segment three (1:02:52):  Are Ticketmaster’s fake concert ticket tips really for the fans?

Music played during the show

What’s Your Story?

Would you ever pay for a bar stool? Have you ever taken family or friends to a concert for the first time?

What inspires you to write about, share and chronicle your live music experiences?

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Grouplove and First Concert Experiences

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During this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’re continuing our exploration of the wonders of our first concert experiences. Listen in as Matt, who won our Bears/Packers wager, shares how Grouplove filled his cup and left him tongue-tied during his first show at Metro.

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Show Notes:

Segment one: News and other cool stuff you should know about:

News: 

Link love, experiments and more goodies

 

Segment two (21:44): Interview with Matt: his first concert ever, comparing live music to baseball and what would he ask other Grouplove fans.

Segment three (34:10): Grouplove’s tattoos, what (and why) we remember from our first concerts. 

Music played during the show
  • Grouplove “Lovely Cup”
  • Grouplove – “Tongue Tied” Live at Metro (credit: thanks for the video snap shot!)
  • Grouplove – “Colours” Live at Metro

What Are Your First Live Concert Experiences?

What do you remember the most about those shows? The people, the venue, the music?

Share your concert experiences and thoughts about this podcast in the comments below, on Twitter @livefixmedia, on Facebook, Google Plus, or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341, and we’ll include them in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.

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Exploring Aunt Martha, Bonnaroo and Sonicbids

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During this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’re going deeper into our battle of the bands exploration with two special guests Aunt Martha and Sonicbids. Listen in as Tim Noyes of Aunt Martha shares his story of how playing the Sonicbids stage at Bonnaroo 2011 impacted the band’s career, chemistry and how they’re doing one year later.

Then in part two, Darlene Doyle shares the story of Sonicbids and tells us how her unique dance performance perspective influences her live music experience and why she’d like to be in a choreographed Michael Jackson hologram show.

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Show Notes:

Segment one: News and other cool stuff you should know about:

Segment two (13:35): Interviews with Tim from Aunt Martha and Darlene from Sonicbids.

Segment three (52:26): The power of our individual fan perspectives, why competition is good for bands and how Sonicbids gives back to Bonnaroo.

Music played during the show

What do you think of battle of the bands?

Fans, bands and brands, how do you think platforms like Sonicbids impact the live music experience? How has your band been changed by a battle of the bands competition? What has gone through your mind while watching a band compete during a BOTB contest live on stage?

Share your concert experiences and thoughts about this podcast in the comments below, on Twitter @livefixmedia, on Facebook, Google Plus, or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341, and we’ll include them in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.

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Exploring Docufest, The Dead, Rothbury and Altered Concert Experiences

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During this episode of Live Fix Radio, join us as we explore the creative adventures of fellow concert fan and photographer Ben Slayter.  Listen in to our chat with Ben as he shares the inspiration for the collaborative multi-media project Docufest, memories of Rothbury and Burning Man, and more insights about our ongoing “what makes fans want to rock out at concerts” conversation.

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Show Notes:

Segment one: News and other cool stuff you should know about

Segment two (24:13): Interview with Ben Slayter.


Music played during the show

How Do You Experiment with Concert Memories?

What are your most memorable live concert experiences? How do you use video, photos and social media to capture and share your greatest live show moments?

Share your concert experiences and thoughts about this podcast in the comments below, on Twitter @livefixmedia, on Facebook , Google Plus, or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341, and we’ll include them in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.

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Record Store Day 2012: Rediscovering The Zen Experience

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During this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’re celebrating Record Store Day 2012 and exploring the connection between live music and our favorite record shops. Listen in to our chat with Rich Wagner of Rediscover Records as he explains the spirituality and zen of record shops, revisits the last Replacements gig in 1991, and tell us why seeing Bruce Springsteen live in 1984 changed everything for him.

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Show Notes:

Segment one: News and other cool stuff you should know about

Segment two (26:10): Interview with Rich Wagner of Rediscover Records.

Segment three (41:44): The unique connection between live music and being in a record storehistory of in-store performances, RSD 2012 releases and our favorite Chicago-area record stores.

Music played during the show
  • Mastodon – “Oblivion” Live at the Aragon – 2012
  • Levon Helm – “The Weight” Live on PBS – 2011
  • Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band “Hungry Heart (Live)” – 1984
  • The Replacements – “Within Your Reach (Live)” – 1991

 

RSD 2012 Info:

Our other favorite record shops and RSD live performances

Our Top Live Album Picks:

Buddy Guy
This Is Buddy Guy

Iggy and the Stooges
Live at All Tomorrows Parties

Shabazz Palaces
Live at KEXP

Tegan and Sara
Get Along

The Civil Wars
Live at Amoeba

The Knack
Live In Los Angeles, 1978

Widespread Panic
Live Wood

 

What Records Are You Rocking On RSD?

What are your most memorable record store live concert experiences? How are your favorite live shows and record shops connected?

Share your concert experiences and thoughts about this podcast in the comments below, on Twitter @livefixmedia, on Facebook , Google Plus, or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341, and we’ll include them in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.

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StagePage And More Live Music Mobile Apps That Rock

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During this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’re diving deeper into our exploration of the best mobile apps for concert fans. Listen in to our chat with Alex Miller as she shares the story behind StagePage, her mission to improve how we remember our concert experiences and why she will never forget seeing the Rolling Stones live at Busch Stadium.

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Show Notes:

Segment one: News and other cool stuff you should know about

Segment two (26:35): Interview with Alex Miller of StagePage and her favorite concert experiences

Segment three (56:39): Our favorite concert mobile apps

Music played during the show
  • The Rolling Stones – “Under My Thumb (Live)” – 1966
  • Chairlift – “Planet Health” Live at the Empty Bottle  –  2012
  • The Who – ” I Can See For Miles (Live)” – 1968

 

What Apps Are You Rockin’?

Have you used any of these mobile apps? What do you think of StagePage’s new approach to live music mobile apps? Got a question about concert fan apps or another topic we talked about during the show?

Share your concert experiences and thoughts about this podcast in the comments below, on Twitter @livefixmedia, on Facebook , Google Plus, or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341, and we’ll include them in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.

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He Was There: The Amazing Concert Adventures of Eric “Nihilist” Kolkey

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You’re in for a special treat my friends. Because, during this episode of Live Fix Radio, we’ll journey through the amazing concert adventures of Eric “Nihilist” Kolkey. So buckle up and get ready for a wild ride as we explore Kolkey’s pioneering days promoting and celebrating Chicago’s legendary punk scene, discover his sensual rituals at Vivian Girls shows and relive a terrifying “Gaga moment” at Lollapalooza 2010.

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Show Notes:

  • Segment two (15:20): Feeling the speakers and being completely addicted to Vivian Girls.
  • Segment three (24:46): Captivated by Alice Cooper’s “Nightmare”, remembering Chicago’s historic punk scene and what most people don’t know about California punk rock fans.
  • Segment four (54:49): Why Lady Gaga is punk and how Eric survived her epic stage dive at Lollapalooza 2010.
Music played during the show
  • Vivian Girls – “Can’t Get Over You” & “Walking Alone at Night”
  • Alice Cooper –  “Welcome to My Nightmare”
  • Jesus Lizard – “Puss” Live at Pitchfork 2009
  • Jimmy Skafish – “Disgracing the Family Name”
  • Shrapnel – “Combat Love”

 

Share Your Story

What are your favorite punk rock moments? What’s your scariest concert experience? Got a question about a topic we talked about during the show? Share your concert experiences and thoughts about this podcast in the comments below, on Twitter @livefixmedia, on Facebook or call the concert fan hotline at 773-609-4341, and we’ll include them in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.

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Why I love talking to concert fans and what’s coming in 2012

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We’ve been cruising along with the new Live Fix Radio podcast and every time I talk with a fellow concert fan for a new episode I’m always so pumped after our chat. I freakin’ love hearing about all your live music stories!

That said, we recently met up with Eric “Nihilist” Kolkey who’s in the film You Weren’t There, one of our favorite rock docs about the early punk scene in Chicago. We talked with Eric about his experiences as a promoter and tour manager during the early punk scene in the 80’s, what he feels and does during Vivian Girl concerts and what was so scary and exhilarating about seeing Lady Gaga live in 2007 and then in 2010 at Lollapalooza.

We’ll be sharing our chat with Eric very soon on an upcoming episode, but I just wanted to share this moment with you because if I didn’t I leak a little bit of excitement out of the podcast pressure valve I feel as if I might burst.

I also wanted to share this preview with you because I want to encourage you to swap stories with us and the other concert fans you know.  It’s so powerful and fun to hear what you’re all experiencing at shows and I hope we can do more of this in 2012.

That said, we invite you to join us on the new Live Fix Google Plus page because we’ll be hosting live Hangouts in January and we’d love to have you join us to talk about some of your favorite shows of 2011 and what you’re looking forward to in 2012. You can also follow us on our Twitter page @livefixmedia too for experiments, the latest news, interviews, concert contests and stuff.

Until then, drop a comment below and stay tuned for more!

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U2’s 360 Tour: Awe, Grandeur and Unforgettable Fan Experiences

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For our twentieth episode of Live Fix Radio, join us as we continue to explore the grandeur of U2’s record-breaking 360 tour. Discover unforgettable fan experiences, the story behind the Claw from Enerpac engineer Tom Eggert, and how U2’s new documentary From The Sky Below chronicles the creative evolution of the band’s live performance.

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Show Notes:

Music from the podcast

  • “All I Want Is You” – live in Nashville
  • “Beautiful Day”  – live in Chicago

News and links:

Special thanks to YouTuber Raymondbritt for the outro music from the July 2011 Chicago show.

UPDATE: Shortly after posting this podcast episode, Heather Blanchard sent us this link  of an article she wrote about U2’s not so great social media fan experience. Thanks Heather!

What’s Your U2 story?

Did the U2 360 tour change your life and leave you in utter awe? We invite you to share your U2 concert experiences, past and present, and other thoughts about this podcast in the comments below, and we’ll feature them in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.

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Concert Preview: What Makes Pitchfork Music Festival 2011 Fan-centric and Unique?

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One of the highlights of our summer music festival adventures is heading out to discover new bands and and hang out with fellow live music fans at Pitchfork Music Festival. So to get you ready for the show, here’s a preview I wrote for Blogcritics, plus a few extra goodies.

And be sure to stay tuned for a special bonus episode of Live Fix Radio as we explore Pitchfork past and present, share some music and examine the impact of concert fan expectations.

Editorial Note: Article first published as Concert Preview: Pitchfork Music Festival 2011 on Blogcritics.

Tomorrow Pitchfork Music Festival will once again rock Union Park in Chicago for the 6th straight year. Growing from an upstart hipster-friendly e-zine in the late nineties, Pitchfork has expanded its online taste-making influence into a successful destination summer music festival that has not only become the measuring stick for showcasing emerging independent music, but also served as the right of passage to the mainstream, as many acts that have played Pitchfork have gone on to play in front of thousands of fans at Lollapalooza the following year.

And this year Pitchfork boasts the most diverse and controversial lineup yet. To explain the back story and inspiration behind the 3-day celebration of taste-making mix of indie-rock, rap, electronic and pop music, we spoke with Pitchfork President Chris Kaskie to get his take on what’s most important to him and how they’ve been able to make the festival one of the most unique, community-based and fan-centric live music experiences around.

Q&A with Chris Kaskie, President of Pitchfork

LF: You guys have been putting on the festival since 2006. What do you guys love the most about putting it together. What are you most excited about this year?

CK: We’re excited about this year because it’s the most unique lineup we’ve ever had. There’s not one band on the bill that my mom would recognize. And that makes it more exciting than nerve-racking because that speaks to people’s desire to experience music that’s more left-of-center. We enjoyed creating that type of personal festival experience because it’s more like we created it ourselves, which makes it not like another festivals. That type of uniqueness also represents what we are as a magazine and what Pitchfork means to people.

You have experimented with specific features on Friday nights in previous years like bands playing their classic albums and fans picking the set list. But the last two years, and this year, you’ve chosen to just have bands play without any specific theme. Was there a reason behind that?

In past years, we’ve partnered with All Tomorrow’s Parties to celebrate other artists and their albums, but we decided to make the most of the festival time and showcase as many bands as possible, since that’s what we and the fans love and want the most.

What makes the festival unique beyond just the music experience?

Music is the most important thing to us and the next is the cost. We try very hard to keep our tickets affordable. We want to provide the best experience but not gouge fans beyond what is reasonable and the best value. Our goal is that when fans walk into the festival they don’t feel inundated with corporate sponsorship.

We try out best to integrate the sponsorship and keep it low key with the focus on the music. And we want fans to be able to come here and enjoy show without having to worry about buying an $8 bottle of water or a beer that’s too expensive. Celebrating the local artists with Flatstock and inviting arts and crafts groups is also a natural part of the festival. Like the picking the music, having those types of integrated experiences is something we work hard to do too.

We’ve all been to music festivals as fans ourselves and we pay close attention to what we enjoy and to what works. Buy going to festivals as fans you really get a good chance to see how the attendees and fans behave. And by watching them and listening very closely to what Pitchfork fans tell us, we make the necessary changes each year. Overall, we don’t really hear a lot of fans complaining about much, so for the most part, fans won’t notice the changes we make because they’re not that big or noticeable. And that’s part of the plan. We want to keep the experience just the way the fans like it and change the things they don’t.

You guys are expanding with a festival in Paris later this year. Are there plans to expand the Chicago festival next year?

What we’ve created in Chicago is something we love and don’t want to mess with. We wanted to do something international without recreating the Chicago experience so we decided to start a festival in Paris. Pitchfork Music Festival as an overarching entity can mean more than one thing, and whether that means Chicago grows or Paris grows, or it becomes another festival somewhere else. Either way we want to recreate the experiences in a way that people know what the Pitchfork Festivals are and will always be. We really enjoy putting on festivals and we feel that we do a good job. And, in the end, we’re only putting on festivals that we would want to go to.

How have some of your favorite concert experiences influenced the creation and evolution of Pitchfork?

I’ve had a lot of great memories at Pitchfork over the years. But one non-Pitchfork festival memory that I’ll always remember is watching fans freaking out the Primaveria Sound Festival in Barcelona. And besides that moment, I always love watching a band play Pitchfork and seeing them get so excited before, during and after their set. Seeing that all unfold from our perspective is really an awesome feeling.

 

Our Top Picks, Stay Tuned For More…

Over thirty bands will play Pitchfork this year, so here’s a quick rundown of some of our top picks for each day. And stay tuned for more updates during the weekend as we report on all the live music action and then wrap it all up with a full review next week.

Friday Top Picks

4:30 (BLUE) tUnE-yArDs – The music that Merrill Garbus creates with her band TuNeYards evokes a brilliant, seductive and immersing mix of love, joy, pleasure and pain. I love the surges and throbs that are induced as her emotive incantations and beautiful ballads flow through me. And I’m certain her sophomore album Whokill will be on my “Best Of” list in December. And with each passing performance, she’s demonstrating why her gorgeous and cunning blend of afro-pop, soul, funk, experimental rock, and luscious crooning — that somehow simultaneously channels Prince, Sam Cook and Captain Beefheart – is not to be missed live.

4:35 (GREEN) Battles – The stage is still rumbling from the last time Battles righteously prog-rocked the heck out of Pitchfork in 2008. Now it’s time for part deux with new tracks like “Wall Street” via their latest offering Gloss Drop. Cue the thunder. The lightning is about to strike again.

Saturday Top Picks

8:30 (GREEN) Fleet Foxes — Coming back for the second appearance at Pitchfork the Pacific Northwest indie-folk band of has a new batch of songs from Helplessness Blues with which to entrance ears and hearts. Union Park will never be so harmonious and lifted on a warm mid-summer night.

7:25 (RED) DJ Shadow – As one of the masterminds and pioneers of instrumental hip hop, Josh Davis (aka DJ Shadow) brings with him a whole crate of tricks and pleasures. His wizardry of mixing obscure samples and blending unexpected beats into groundbreaking, cinematic sonic portraits will culminate on Saturday evening as he dishes out fresh creations from his forthcoming album The Less You Know, The Better.

Sunday Top Picks

8:30 (GREEN) TV on the Radio – A magnificent melodic melee of palpable post-punk, electro-rock and experimental jazz is what this NY-based band specialty. And when they take the stage you can plan on strange and wondrous things happening all around you when the current of beautiful chaos begins to rush forth from the speakers on Sunday night. And don’t be surprised if you see fans hurled into glorious oblivion as they tear through tracks from their latest gem Nine Types of Light.

3:20 (RED) Odd Future – Expect a live shock-rap therapy session from this Southern Cali hip-hop crew. Led by the infamous rapper Tyler, The Creator, and a series of collective’s viral self-released mixtapes, they’re causing a raucous on the touring circuit, garnering praise in the minds of the young-folk, and receiving a host of mixed reviews from haters, doubters and championing critics. But don’t take their nasty rhymes that are filled with misogyny, rape, violence and juvenile deviance too seriously. They’re only playing a role and having fun mocking and mirroring society. None of it’s real they say. Oh, but we shall see…

Ticket Info: Sunday tickets are officially sold out; and the final batch of tickets for Friday and Saturday can be purchased here.

Watch It Online: Select sets will be available via the Pitchfork webcast.

Download the Pitchfork Mobile App: Yes, 2011 Pitchforkers are mobilized with the official Pitchfork Mobile App (iPhone only. Sorry no Android version this year). The app’s got all the social goodies and slick functionality you’ll need to navigate and keep tabs on the music all weekend. Go get it here.

Download eMusic free Pitchfork sampler.

Heading to the Show?

Heading to Pitchfork this year? Been there before? We invite you to share your Pitchfork concert experiences and in the comments below, so they can be included in a future episode of Live Fix Radio.

 

2011 PITCHFORK MUSIC FESTIVAL SCHEDULE:

FRIDAY, JULY 15 – gates at 3pm
8:30 (GREEN) Animal Collective
7:30 (BLUE) James Blake
7:20 (RED) Neko Case
6:30 (BLUE) Das Racist
6:25 (GREEN) Guided By Voices
5:30 (BLUE) Curren$y
5:30 (RED) Thurston Moore
4:35 (GREEN) Battles
4:30 (BLUE) tUnE-yArDs
3:30 (RED) EMA
3:20 (BLUE) Gatekeeper

SATURDAY, JULY 16 – gates at 12pm
8:30 (GREEN) Fleet Foxes
7:40 (BLUE) Zola Jesus
7:25 (RED) DJ Shadow
6:45 (BLUE) Twin Shadow
6:15 (GREEN) The Dismemberment Plan
5:45 (BLUE) The Radio Dept.
5:15 (RED) Destroyer
4:45 (BLUE) OFF!
4:15 (GREEN) Gang Gang Dance
3:45 (BLUE) Wild Nothing
3:20 (RED) No Age
2:50 (BLUE) G-Side
2:30 (GREEN) Cold Cave
1:55 (BLUE) Sun Airway
1:45 (RED) Woods
1:00 (BLUE) Chrissy Murderbot Feat MC ZULU
1:00 (GREEN) Julianna Barwick

SUNDAY, JULY 17 – gates at 12pm
8:30 (GREEN) TV on the Radio
7:40 (BLUE) HEALTH
7:25 (RED) Cut Copy
6:45 (BLUE) Toro Y Moi
6:15 (GREEN) Deerhunter
5:45 (BLUE) Kylesa
5:15 (RED) Superchunk
4:45 (BLUE) Baths
4:15 (GREEN) Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti
3:45 (BLUE) Shabazz Palaces
3:20 (RED) OFWGKTA
2:50 (BLUE) Twin Sister
2:30 (GREEN) Kurt Vile & the Violators
1:55 (BLUE) How to Dress Well
1:45 (RED) Yuck
1:00 (BLUE) Darkstar
1:00 (GREEN) The Fresh & Onlys

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