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.
It took three weeks, but Pitchfork has now announced the names of all the artists performing at its 13th festival, including headliners Fleet Foxes and Lauryn Hill.
In the six years between this summer, when Fleet Foxes dropped its third studio album, Crack-Up (Nonesuch), and its 2011 predecessor, Helplessness Blues (Sub Pop), the band seems to have been blamed for the trend of countless lamentable rock bands that present monochromatic gang shouting as some kind of campfire-grade profundity (does anyone even remember […]
A track from the self-titled debut by Poor Moon, who sound very much like the Fleet Foxes spin-off they are
What’s on the Agenda for Monday, September 24, 2012
Counting down my favorite albums of 2011: in this post, numbers 30 through 21, aka Nils Berg through Greg Kelley & Olivia Block.
New York‘s hilariously misguided diagnostic of twentysomethings.
Dismemberment Plan gossip, “celebrity” sightings, and everything else you missed backstage. Plus: ESS reboots its residency program and launches a summer concert series
Falling as usual on the third Saturday in April (4/16), the vinyl nerd’s favorite made-up holiday is celebrating its fifth year of celebrating independently owned record stores. This year’s Record Store Day attempts a coup d’etat against what the organizers call “online retailers or corporate behemoths” with the help of more than 700 stores in […]
Critics’ Choices and other notable concerts: Vic Chesnutt, the Black Heart Procession, the Eccentric Soul Revue, Akira Sakata, Surfer Blood, and more
Featuring Depeche Mode, Tool, Animal Collective, TV on the Radio, Lou Reed, Fleet Foxes, and more, in Grant Park this weekend
My 40 favorite albums of 2008, continued: number 20 through number 11.
Get a free Wilco and Fleet Foxes download in return for your promise to vote.
Extra Golden, Boban and Marko Markovic, Fleet Foxes, and a Hawk and a Hacksaw play a free preview of the Pitchfork Music Festival at Millennium Park on Thursday at 6:30.