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New Music And Indie Classics At Pitchfork [Concertgoers Blog]Chicago is no stranger to wet music festivals, but it was a worrisome start to the first night of Pitchfork as clouds loomed over Union Park. Weather channels were predicting strong rains and crowds were hustling to get shelter. And while Saturday’s storm canceled the second half of shows that day, the Friday was spared. The overcast passed over, the sun came out, and the music kept playing.
Stars Shine At The Vic Theatre (Concertgoers Blog)Stars, an indie band from Montreal, Canada, delighted a packed crowd at the Vic Theatre with a captivating performance over the weekend. Stars have been touring in support of their seventh studio album, No One Is Lost, which is an entertaining combination of dance and indie rock music. I quickly discovered that the new album is just like any party, it's better when you're surrounded by a bunch of excited people.
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