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Caroline Polachek Pulls Out of Moogfest Over Lineup Announcement

  • Published on: Dec 06, 2017 - 8:00 PM
  • Source: Spin

Caroline Polachek Pulls Out of Moogfest Over Lineup AnnouncementThe Durham, NC-based experimental festival Moogfest announced its initial 2018 lineup today with a list focusing on the female, nonbinary, and transgender artists that will be performing at the event. Caroline Polachek, the former Chairlift singer who now records under the name CEP, was on that list, but Pitchfork reports that she has pulled out… …

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