The program also includes exquisite works by Christopher Wheeldon (Fool’s Paradise) and Wayne McGregor (Infra).
Set to Sufjan Stevens, the dancer-choreographer’s Year of the Rabbit lives up to the program’s title.
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
Reader writers round up the locals on Pitchfork’s bill, guide fans of hip-hop and R&B into the rest of the roster, discuss the gender balance of the fest’s bookings, and much more.
Brian Wilson owes his pop preeminence in part to racial coding that says a sensitive genius can’t be black.
Current musical obsessions of Arvo Zylo of Blood Rhythms, WZRD DJ Sarah Moskowitz, and the Reader’s Leor Galil
A long-overdue collection of Jessica Hopper’s music writing plants a flag for female rock critics and shows the evolution of a distinctive voice into a well-known byline.
Current musical obsessions of Exit Ghost guitarist Michael Golas and artist Elena Ailes
Roctober throws Norton Records a post-Sandy benefit, and more
It’s been less than a year since Kitty Pryde first captured the Internet’s attention, which has been enough time for people to forget their most polarizing opinions of the teenaged rapper
Nedelle Torrisi of Cryptacize returns as Paradise
What may be behind the indie label’s attempts to steer you away from a three-dollar record.
At the Cornerstone Christian rock festival, a fallen evangelical returns to sing about why he broke up with God.
Slow Listening in Sharp Darts