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Intonation Music Festival Set To Go Down In Chicago's Grant Park


By: Spacelab Research Staff
This year's Intonation Festival is being curated by Vice Records, those New York media underlords who give us a magazine and a recording label, side by side on my piano, in perfect racial harmony.

It's being held in the musical mecca of now known as Chicago's Grant Park. They'll have two stages — one named Vice and one named Virtue. Between the two you'll get a completely diverse lineup. Of course Vice artists Bloc Party and the Streets will be headlining, but you can also check out great acts like the Boredoms, Robert Pollard, Jose Gonzales, Constantines, and more.

Check out the Festival Guide for a complete line up.

KEXP is one of the sponsors of the event and they've created an Intonation Festival Podcast you can download - it includes The Stills, Robert Pollard, Panthers, The Sword , The Streets, Boredoms, Bloc Party, Favourite Sons, Jose Gonzalez, The Constantines, Lady Sovereign, and High On Fire. Dig it!


 MP3: Intonation Festival Podcast

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Intonation Music Festival lineup 2006

Lady Sovereign  
Roky Erickson
High On Fire  
Jose Gonzalez  
Devin The Dude   
90 Day Men
Erase Errata 
Favourite Sons
Bloc Party
Dead Prez  
Bob Pollard 
Jon Brion 
Blue Cheer
The Sword 
Lupe Fiasco 
Bill Dolan   

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