Ricky Eat Acid, “p u l l (may15)”
Even after last week’s new EP, another track from Sam Ray.
Wizard Woes, “Pretty Nice Eyes”
Ryan Solomon retires DUDES and rekindles the magic.
Week in Pop: Baby Baby, Creepoid, Shocking Pinks
With exclusives from Baby Blue, Charlie Green, Frame, & more.
The Most Popular Stories of 2013
Predictability may be sacred, but our readers saw past the porno and joint-rolling this year.
2013 Festivals and Hype
Pitchfork. FYF. Clockenflap. Primavera Sound. These festivals & more are covered in this set.
Week in Pop: Adventure Galley, Deer Vibes, Sunwolf
Holiday exclusives and interviews with support from Crushed Stars and Lonely Child.
Week in Pop: A Million Billion Dying Suns, Dudley Perkins, Sam Martin
with exclusives and support from Aquariana, Jeremy & the Harlequins, Liquor Store, & River Tiber.
Pitchfork showcase at 285 Kent Ave
We spent the final hours of CMJ 2013 dancing at 285 Kent Ave until the wee hours of the morning.
Ryan Hemsworth, “Against A Wall (feat. Lofty305)”
Cats and bbs and feelings and more cats.
Hector De La Vallee talks illustrating for Ryan Hemsworth and RL Grime
"We eat waffles, drink, listen to rap while we working."
Ryan Hemsworth, “Against A Wall (feat. Lofty 305)”
Finally, a release date for the Canadian producer's album, as well as a new track.
Week in Pop: Clear Soul Forces, CC/NN, Grand Resort, My Red Dress, RedRedRed, Street Gnar
The new Detroit school, Kenny Loggins 2.0, memories found, SF indie risers, Kentucky fried kicks.
The Pitchfork Music Festival (as told through R. Kelly’s 38-song set list)
We can end journalism now since it will never be any better than this.
Ryan Hemsworth is still awake
A series of selfies, a non-compromising tour rider, and how the Canadian DJ learned to twerk.
Deniro Farrar drops The Patriarch II
It comes only three months after The Patriarch.