Pitchfork Music Festival is back in the UK for a third time this November, with a whole week’s worth of eclectic live music shows to check out. From indie and electronic to hip hop, contemporary jazz and much more, the multi-genre bill features more than 70 acts including riot grl superstars Sleater-Kinney, electronic producer Yaeji, Mercury Prize-winning jazz quintet Ezra Collective, wistful folk-pop artist Weyes Blood and a frankly humbling number of acts you’ve probably never heard of (honestly, the line-up announcement was quite humbling for our office’s resident ‘musos’.) They’ll be performing across 17 of the capital’s most illustrious live music venues, from big hitters like the Roundhouse and the Royal Albert Hall to beloved indie spots like Hackney Church and the Shacklewell Arms. It’s basically the place to be if you consider yourself as a music fan with a finger on the pulse. Don’t we all, darling. Check out the full line-up here.