Special Pitchfork Music Festival Contributor
Chaz Bundick’s Toro y Moi may have started as a lo-fi bedroom-recorded affair, but while they still tread dreamy, chilled-out vibes, their sound has grown live, befitting their later-slot billing. Bundick’s summery keyboard bounce and falsettos, along with some added funked-up rhythms gave the set more drive than their previous tours. While fans filled the area, moving to the grooves, I also spotted Tyler the Creator at the side of the stage, moving as much as his cast would allow, to the rhythms.
HEALTH lived up to their all-caps name with full-throttle vitality, making sure their fans were rawked hard during their musical assault. Hurtling about the stage, their tribal-beat laden, guitar squalling compositions careened at a frenetic, off-kilter teetering pace.