She’s long been an expert collaborator, but she’s finally ready for stardom on her own terms.
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.
Headliners Robyn, Haim, and the Isley Brothers are joined on the bill by the likes of Pusha T, Stereolab, and Mavis Staples.
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.
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.
The second single from 1989 flips the script on the typical heartbreak song to create a simmering tension that never resolves.
The famous folks mingling at Pitchfork last weekend included Taylor Bennett, who’s playing an antiviolence fund-raiser for Kids Off the Block.
Clues that rock’s salvation lies with the girls.
Gossip Wolf: People-watching at Pitchfork, new material from Pezband, and a farewell to Cross Record.
Our photo recap of the Pitchfork Music Festival 2013
Sunday: 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.
What’s on the Reader’s Agenda for Saturday, March 30, 2013