Reviews, profiles and news about music in Chicago

Live Review: Perfect Pussy/Pitchfork Music Festival

Festivals, Live Reviews, Punk Add comments
Photo: Robert Loerzel

Photo: Robert Loerzel

Perfect Pussy’s songs were barely discernible amid the nonstop noise and crashing as the band quickly blasted through its set on the Blue Stage, but that hardly seemed to matter. This punk band is all about bashing your head in, sonically speaking, and it accomplished that. Lead singer Meredith Graves, wearing a striped dress, rarely stopped moving as she screeched and twirled, occasionally lifting her skirt for peeks at her undergarments, while her bandmates attacked their instruments as if they wanted to break them. Not surprisingly, a few people in the audience were inspired to crowd-surf. (Robert Loerzel)

2 Responses to “Live Review: Perfect Pussy/Pitchfork Music Festival”

  1. Perfect Pussy at Pitchfork Says:

    […] My photos of Perfect Pussy’s performance on Sunday, July 20, in Union Park, during the third day of the 2014 Pitchfork Music Festival. (My review is on the Newcity website.) […]

  2. 2014 Pitchfork Music Festival Recap Says:

    […] Perfect Pussy […]

Leave a Reply

You must be logged in to post a comment.