Pitchfork Music Festival: Top 10 Acts to Look Forward to
6. The Breeders
Kim Deal recently made headlines for officially announcing her departure from seminal '90s alt-rock group the Pixies. It made perfect sense since we'd already bought tickets for the upcoming Breeders show at Grand Central Miami. This year, the Last Splash lineup of Kim and Kelley Deal, Jim Macpherson, and Josephine Wiggs reunite for a world tour commemorating the twentieth anniversary and reissue of that classic album, entitled LSXX.
5. Toro y Moi
The music of chillwave pioneer Toro y Moi, a.k.a. South Carolina's Chaz Bundick, has greatly evolved since putting out 2010's memorable Causers of This. Besides this year's third full-length, Anything in Return -- which brings together a mix of old-school '90s house sounds in a refreshing dance-pop record -- Bundick stays busy working on a number of side projects. This includes a solo production under the moniker Les Sins, as well as some high profile DJ gigs, like Berlin's live video streaming web series, Boiler Room.