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Pitchfork Album Reviews

31 Jan. 2023
Tranquil and reverberant, the North Carolina folk songwriter’s new album finds relief and resolution in the circadian rhythms of the natural world.
31 Jan. 2023
The second album from the UK pop producer is pleasant and anonymous, all good vibes and cabana jams.
31 Jan. 2023
Featuring dual saxophones, synthesizers, voice, and drums, the new group led by Montreal composer John Hollenbeck analyzes pop songcraft through a jazz lens.
31 Jan. 2023
The Chicago headbangers’ fifth LP is a confident nod to early grunge. It’s an unusually succinct statement for them, with leaner songwriting and more pointed barbs.
30 Jan. 2023
Spanning the sessions for 1997’s Time Out of Mind, an illuminating new edition of Bob Dylan’s Bootleg Series both subverts and magnifies the legend of his haunted, trancelike comeback album.
30 Jan. 2023
After an arresting opener, the singer-songwriter’s second album wanders into a fog of existential angst and you-had-to-be-there anecdotes.
30 Jan. 2023
With anthemic hardcore hooks and unabashed lyrics about the power of love, the Toronto band’s latest album radiates fired-up joy.

Pitchfork News

31 Jan. 2023
His Welcome to Tha Carter Tour starts in early April, winding through the United States and making a stop in Toronto
31 Jan. 2023
The outdoor concerts will feature openers including Jamie xx, Clairo, Bartees Strange, James Blake, Dijon, and more
31 Jan. 2023
North American shows in support of So Much (for) Stardust begin in June
31 Jan. 2023
Tweedy recorded the 1940 pro-labor standard as a bonus cut for the soundtrack to Jesse Eisenberg’s new comedy-drama, When You Finish Saving the World
31 Jan. 2023
“Dibujos de Mi Alma” leads the group’s first studio LP since 2019
31 Jan. 2023
“We believe the best way to remember the musicians we lose is to play their songs. ‘The Plan’ has always been one of our favorite Low songs and is presented here in tribute to Mimi.”—Benjamin Gibbard
31 Jan. 2023
“There was no one like Tom,” Smith wrote in The New Yorker. “He possessed the child’s gift of transforming a drop of water into a poem that somehow begat music.”

Rolling Stone

31 Jan. 2023
"She changed the course of my life," Meyers wrote on Instagram
31 Jan. 2023
The senator from South Carolina isn't letting anyone near his seat as the former president's most loyal lapdog
31 Jan. 2023
The actor expressed his support for victims of abuse as he opened up about the rape allegations against his friend and co-star for the first time
31 Jan. 2023
By exploiting quirks and glitches, some highly advanced players have finished the biggest games in record time
31 Jan. 2023
The outdoor concert series is set to hit 12 cities this summer
31 Jan. 2023
The band will be joined by Bring Me the Horizon with support from Alkaline Trio, New Found Glory, and more on select dates
31 Jan. 2023
How creators Craig Mazin and Neil Druckmann evolved and even improved upon the source material to make a more effective television series

The Wire

30 Jan. 2023
Contributor Clive Bell selects ten pieces of writing from The Wire’s back pages featuring Michael Nyman, Chris Watson, Hariprasad Chaurasia, Stereolab and more. All [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Tom Verlaine died on 28 January aged 73. Read Alan Licht’s 2006 cover story on the Television guitarist and singer free in our online library. Out Of The Cool: Tom [...]
27 Jan. 2023
The 26 January edition of The Wire's weekly show on Resonance FM and Resonance Extra featured tracks by Zoë Mc Pherson, Avola, OPLA, Gerald Cleaver/Brandon Lopez/Hprizm, [...]
26 Jan. 2023
Primary Information shares a segment from this new analysis of techno as Black-led folk music for an industrial society Hi-Tech Dreams, Lo-Tech Reality [...]
6 Jan. 2023
Stream a selection of tracks from some the releases we listened to during the making of our February 2023 issue Aksak Maboul Une Aventure De VV (Songspiel) [...]
30 Jan. 2023
Michael Snow died on 5 January aged 94. Read Julian Cowley’s 2019 interview with the Canadian multimedia artist free in our online library. All Eyes And Ears: Michael [...]

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