CHICAGO — Save for Rihanna's surprise appearance with Eminem, Phantogram and hometown favorites Krewella, the majority of Lollapalooza's closing sets were male-dominated. Yet many of the weekend's memorable performances came by way of engaging women, from electro-pop act Chvrches to red-hot rapper Iggy Azalea. And Lorde's riveting set made a case for headliner status.
Here's what a handful of those acts had to say backstage at this year's Lolla.
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