On “Upset My Girlfriend,” from Metronomy’s 2019 album, Metronomy Forever (Because), Joseph Mount moans, “I used to play drums in a rock ’n’ roll band / But they kicked me out / ’Cause I used to feel it / And so I would speed up.” The song’s sparse, strummy indie pop and ambient keyboard flourishes […]
Cate Le Bon, Black Midi, Ibeyi, and Chai are among the acts from abroad at the festival this year.
Robyn, Sky Ferreira, Haim, and Charli XCX aim a little to the left of the Top 40—and give the Pitchfork crowd something to dance about.
Even on a weekend it shares with the Silver Room Block Party and the debut of ComplexCon Chicago, Pitchfork stands out for its far-sighted, eclectic bookings.
Every set listed in order, from the AACM Great Black Music Ensemble on Friday afternoon to Robyn on Sunday night
In the world of the perfectly adequate (though exceptionally well-lit) rom-com, everything is possible.
Headliners Robyn, Haim, and the Isley Brothers are joined on the bill by the likes of Pusha T, Stereolab, and Mavis Staples.
There’s never much debate about whether or not a new Robyn album is a party—it’s rather about what kind of party it is. With her 2010 trio of Body Talk releases, the Swedish dance-pop phenomenon unleashed a rank of futuristic club bangers, several of which, including “Dancing on My Own” and “Call Your Girlfriend,” are […]
Current musical obsessions of Varsity front woman Stephanie Smith, Flowerbooking agent Natasha Parish, and Reader associate editor Kevin Warwick
Today’s 12 O’Clock Track is “Out of the Black,” a collaboration with Swedish pop star Robyn off of Cherry’s Blank Project.
Charming electro-soul from Denmark
A Q&A with Daily Show correspondent Wyatt Cenac
Psych-metal, blues history, dirtbag rock, and the effects of high-quality dance pop on pregnant women
Critics’ Choices and other notable shows: Bobby Conn, Jessica Lea Mayfield, Eternals, Gang of Four, Robyn, Pacifica Quartet, Jeannie Holliday, Deerhoof, and more.
Comedy vs. Europop