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Fans can enjoy headlining sets from the likes of Outkast, Pearl Jam, Eminem, Skrillex and Beck among many others with everyone from The Avett Broithers to Childish Gambino to Real Estate and St.

J. Mascis and John McCauley (of Deer Tick) also performed, if you weren’t already feeling a deep, painful regret that you weren’t there.

A criminally short appearance, but sweet nonetheless.

That Annie Clark had songs this good that she didn’t even feel compelled to include on the main “St.

St. Vincent’s excellent new self-titled album is officially out next week, and you can now stream the full album here.

If the songs we’ve heard from St. Vincent’s forthcoming self-titled album are any indication, this might turn out to be her strongest album yet.

It’s a a surrealistic and color-coordinated romp through a futuristic landscape that features Annie Clark’s new Who-from-Whoville haircut to great effect.

St. Vincent has unleashed her second single from her forthcoming self-titled record, due out February 25.

There’s already a lot to get excited about and the year hasn’t even begun.

Annie Clark is getting back to her solo career as St. Vincent after collaborating and touring with David Byrne on their “Love This Giant” project for the last two years.

We know, we know—that picture is tough to look at. But the track is easy to listen to.

Home to the Pixies, Cocteau Twins, Bauhaus and Throwing Muses, will see a profile by author Martin Aston.

St. Vincent heads over to the dark side.