Pitchfork Music Festival 2017
Now in its 12th year, Chicago’s Pitchfork Music Festival is bigger and better than ever.
Pitchfork Announces 2017 Festival Lineup
A reasonably impressive 2017 lineup.
Richard Hell on HBO’s Vinyl: “Boring…Innocuous Trash”
He doesn’t even care to address the inaccuracies.
Pitchfork’s Brandon Stosuy to pen children’s book
Talking with the father of two about his leap into children’s publishing.
The Best Music Writing of 2015
Celebrating the others.
Zia Anger finds solidarity among musicians
The deeply feminist filmmaker talks using indie musicians as her medium.
Rediscovering Poetry: Cocorosie Takes Refuge in Heartache City
Bianca Casady talks rejecting effects, prizing ambiguity, and mediating criticism.
Brandon Stosuy’s path to Basilica
A chat with the Pitchfork editor on the eve of the Hudson festival.
Pitchfork Music Festival 2015: Day 3
Pitchfork Music Festival 2015 comes to an end with sets from The Julie Ruin, Jamie XX, Caribou, and some local guy named Chance The Rapper.
Panda Bear and Bitchin’ Bajas at Thalia Hall
Panda Bear performed twice in Chicago during Pitchfork Music Festival. Here are images from his headlining show at Thalia Hall.
Pitchfork Music Festival 2015: Day 2
Bestill our hearts! A$AP Ferg! Shamir! Future Islands! Sleater-Kinney featuring Janet Fucking Weiss!
Asking the tough questions at Pitchfork Fest 2015
Bothering Jessica Pratt, Ought, Ryley Walker, How to Dress Well, Mourn, and Natalie Prass.
Pitchfork Music Festival 2015: Day 1
Pitchfork Music Festival turns ten years old & books acts that we love like Iceage, ILoveMakonnen, Ought, and more.
Dear Viet Cong
Your band name, and lack of critical attention of it, is offensive.
The Best Music Writing of 2014
Sometimes we read other publications. Sometimes.