For the very first time, the hardcore music obsessives behind Pitchfork magazine will be bringing their annual festival to London this November. Spanning five days at some of London’s most historic music venues, Pitchfork Festival will celebrate some of music’s most anticipated underground artists from Welsh dubstep producer Koreless to American poet and LGBTQ activist Mykki Blanco, with the likes of Black Midi, British drummer Moses Boyd and Swedish singer-songwriter Namasenda also on the bill.
Venues include the revered electronic megalodon Fabric, the divine music space Hackney Church, the culture & arts heartland Southbank Centre and a host of other venues including Village Underground, Earth Theatre, Fire, Oslo, Moth Club, Oval Space and The Roundhouse. The festival usually only takes place in Chicago and Paris and after depriving Londoners of Pitchfork’s underground curation for years, this will be a much needed opportunity to let your hair down post-Covid. Each venue will be individually ticketed and go on pre-sale from 30th June followed by general sale on 2nd July.
Weds 10th – Sun 14th November 2021