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Danielle L. Eisenman

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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: (Sandy) Alex G
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: (Sandy) Alex G

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Noname
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Noname

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Nnamdi Ogbonnaya
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Nnamdi Ogbonnaya

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Irreversible Entanglements
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Irreversible Entanglements

Japanese Breakfest
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Japanese Breakfest

Japanese Breakfest
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Sunday Sound Bites

Some musicians are admired (the crowd goes “Wow,”) while others are adored (the crowd goes “Aww”). Chicago-based rapper Noname, with her permanently lit up doe-eyes, her full giggles, and her boundless charm, is really, really adorable.

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Fleet Foxes
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Fleet Foxes Dazzle Fans With Old Favorites

Bands don’t exist for the purpose of being popular, but there’s something a bit unfortunate about Fleet Foxes’ relationship with fame.

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Moses Sumney
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Saturday Sound Bites

Saadiq’s positive energy has no bounds. He even made a story about his brother dying of a heroin overdose uplifting.

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Paul Cherry
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Paul Cherry

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Blood Orange
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Blood Orange

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Moses Sumney
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Moses Sumney

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: The War On Drugs
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: The War On Drugs

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Tierra Whack
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Danielle's Friday Sound Bites

Each year, Pitchfork uses its high-profile festival as an opportunity to bring attention to local Chicago-based musicians.

From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Lucy Dacus
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From Pitchfork Music Festival 2018: Lucy Dacus

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