In the sweeping rainbow of summer music festivals, there are those that trend toward the more Top 40 end of the spectrum and those where you have to double check with a friend to make sure that the set was actually started (and not just sound check). The happiest of mediums is a music festival where you can pretty much guarantee that you'll get to see those responsible for the albums you've been listening to all summer, and fall in love with a few new (to you!) bands as well. Pitchfork hits that in-between, and pretty much guarantees that the present lineup has gone through the industry's most demanding checkpoint — namely Ryan Schreiber and his cadre of critics.
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