Traditionally, when people say hardcore bands have “progressed” it means they’ve begun the slow process of abandoning the genre for something more accessible. Plenty of hardcore bands have started slipping into 90s alt-rock territory, but Baltimore’s Turnstile use their new album, Glow On, to draw out the fact that heavy radio-friendly rock was built on […]
UPDATE: as of Thursday, March 12, 2020 at 2 PM this concert has been postponed, with the new date to be determined in the future. Refunds available at point of purchase. Dev Hynes, who makes pop and R&B as Blood Orange, has a gift for synthesis that’s made him a favorite collaborator of many cross-genre […]
Blood Orange’s Devonté Hynes hopes to bring about a more just world, though he doesn’t seem much concerned with one particular injustice—the fact that he isn’t a global star.
For 2018, Pitchfork bolsters its usual smart bookings with a strengthened commitment to inclusiveness and community: the lineup has more locals than ever, and more than half the acts include women.
Every set at the 2018 Pitchfork Music Festival, from the Curls on Friday, July 20, to Ms. Lauryn Hill on Sunday, July 22.
Third Coast Percussion are already one of the best ensembles of their kind in the country—and their upcoming projects with Philip Glass and Devonté Hynes could make them the biggest.
Current musical obsessions of Parlour Tapes cofounder Jenna Lyle, techno artist and composer Eric Fernandez, and Reader critic Peter Margasak
Pitchfork’s Blue Stage lets you see the likes of Arca, Dawn Richard, Mitski, Survive, and Pinegrove before they’re too big to get close to.
Chicago rapper Vic Mensa publicly supports Black Lives Matter and LGBT rights, while Lollapalooza tries to please everyone—so it’ll be interesting to see how his festival set goes down.
On Pitchfork’s second day, RP Boo and Jlin inspired fancy footwork, while Sufjan Stevens and Brian Wilson served up different doses of sadness.
If there’s one thing Pitchfork’s repeat offenders shouldn’t do, it’s stick with what got them there.
Who else should fans of hip-hop, R&B, and soul see at Pitchfork?
Chance the Rapper, OutKast, and more from this past weekend’s festival
Accusations of assault against security guards overshadowed an otherwise strong slate of performances at Friday’s edition of the Grant Park-based music festival.
Here’s a huge list of official and unofficial Lollapalooza aftershows