Current musical obsessions of Sick Muse editor Sasha Tycko, Central Air Radio host Jared Brown, and Reader writer Leor Galil
Tracking the waxing and waning of the various genres that supplement the festival’s foundation of indie rock.
Funk Trunk Records opens in Rogers Park, Stefan Ponce brings a hip-hop who’s who to the East Room, and more.
The master of Casio-based Syrian wedding music returns.
Our photo recap of the Pitchfork Music Festival 2013
Trash Talk kicked up dust, Bjork got rained on, and Angel Olsen seems to have enchanted just about everybody.
Here’s hoping for a lightning storm to accompany Bjork’s giant Tesla coil on “Thunderbolt.”
Friday: What bands are on our Pitchfork fest itineraries?
Friday: Previews and live coverage of every band at Pitchfork
The Reader‘s guide to the Pitchfork Music Festival 2013: Reviews, itineraries, afterparties, and more
Jezebel’s “A Year in the Life & Wardrobe of Lady GaGa”
A new album by Candian singer Tagaq takes an Inuit vocal tradition in wild new directions.
Ono, it’s Bjork.
I went to the Bjork concert and all I got was this lame photo on Flickr.
To put it in the singsongy fashion of its own tacky musical numbers, Lars von Trier’s Dancer in the Dark enrages as well as engages, but I must confess that it also fascinates with its capacity to elicit extreme reactions. Ever since this musical about a woman from communist Czechoslovakia working in an American factory […]