Pitchfork Music Festival 2007 | Lineup Update, Round II

pitchforkfest.jpgThe 2007 Pitchfork Music Festival has released a second round of artists additions. The Chicago festival — slated for July 13-15 at Union Park — has added the following artists:

the Klaxons
Oxford Collapse
Beach House
Dan Deacon
Craig Taborn’s Junk Magic

For those of us not so familiar with these bands, Pitchfork has some succinct descriptions for each of them:

Atlanta psych-rock powerhouses Deerhunter, Portland-based experimental pop trio Menomena, dance-rock juggernaut Klaxons, sleek Brits Fujiya & Miyagi, Sub Poppers Oxford Collapse, neo-slowcore duo Beach House, fantastically insane one-man-band Dan Deacon, and boundary-breaking jazz ensemble Craig Taborn’s Junk Magic.

Deerhunter, Menomena, Klaxons, Fujiya Added to Pitchfork Music Festival! [Pitchfork]

Updated lineup after the jump…

Friday, July 13:
Pitchfork Music Festival
& All Tomorrow’s Parties Present: Don’t Look Back
Sonic Youth (Daydream Nation)

Saturday, July 14:
Cat Power and Dirty Delta Blues
Iron and Wine
Girl Talk
Grizzly Bear
Fujiya & Miyagi
Oxford Collapse
Dan Deacon
Beach House
Professor Murder
Ken Vandermark’s Powerhouse Sound

Sunday, July 15:
The New Pornographers
Stephen Malkmus
De La Soul
Of Montreal
Jamie Lidell
The Ponys
Craig Taborn’s Junk Magic

Tickets are available via TicketWeb and are reasonably priced: A Saturday/Sunday pass now costs $50, while Saturday or Sunday individual passes go for $25. Friday’s event is $15, but apparently, buying a three-day pass will save you money on service fees.