On Palaces of Pity, French producer Malibu suggests boundlessness by embodying the expansivity of the ocean. Submerged synths ...
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Since he began composing in the 1950s, Christian Wolff has made the embrace of the unexpected a central part of his work. As ...
As the music industry stumbled out of its pandemic fog, many artists finally delivered long delayed, highly anticipated, and ...
Stax ushered in some of the greatest soul and R&B songs of the era, developing a sound that came to be known as Memphis soul.
Matt Linkous, the brother of the late Mark Linkous, discovered the track while archiving the songwriter’s recordings ...
But the past is hard to escape, and on her “First Day Out Freestyle” she grieves her cousin’s incarceration and the many ...
Compiled from a marathon run of shows at the Fillmore Auditorium, this live set is a joyful, relaxed, and abundant journey ...
Check out all of Pitchfork’s 2022 wrap-up coverage here. “As It Was” is the kind of twinkly little confection that would ...
Throughout HIS HAPPINESS SHALL COME FIRST EVEN THOUGH WE ARE SUFFERING, Mutinta seems to strain for faith without relief. The ...
Greydon Square is a forty-something rapper from Compton who belongs to the time-honored lineage of wrinkled-forehead, ...
In a statement shared with Pitchfork, the Clean’s U.S. label, Merge Records, said: With very heavy hearts, we can confirm ...