On Pitchfork’s second day, RP Boo and Jlin inspired fancy footwork, while Sufjan Stevens and Brian Wilson served up different doses of sadness.
Portraits of the crowd at Union Park on July 16
Beach House, Savages, FKA Twigs, and Carly Rae Jepsen are all great—but don’t let them distract you from the lopsided maleness of Pitchfork’s bookings.
If there’s one thing Pitchfork’s repeat offenders shouldn’t do, it’s stick with what got them there.
Current musical obsessions of Hideout talent buyer Sullivan Davis, Laura Callier of Gel Set, and Reader softball captain Kevin Warwick
Renegade DEA agents begin mysteriously dying off in David Ayer’s brutal actioner Sabotage.
Best shows to see on Mon 9/16 through Wed 9/18
Our photo recap of the Pitchfork Music Festival 2013
The comedy stylings of Pissed Jeans, the apocalyptic ritual of Swans, the bowstring-taut postpunk of Savages, the adorable accents of Belle & Sebastian, and so much more you can barely stand it
Pitchfork’s hardest, heaviest day ends with Belle & Sebastian.
Saturday: What bands are on our Pitchfork fest itineraries?
Saturday: Previews and live coverage of every band at Pitchfork
Pitchfork afterparties: There’s no Bitchpork this year, but there is Rotted Tooth, plus plenty more.
Black Ensemble Theater presents a week of new scripts at the annual Black Playwrights Festival.
Siouxsie-inspired postpunk from England