In this crossover podcast episode, our Editor-in Chief Puja Patel joins Wired’s Gideon Lichfield and Lauren Goode to discuss how AI is changing how music is made and heard.
In this episode of the Pitchfork Review podcast, our critics look back on the French robots’ audacious final album.
After steadily leveling up across more than two decades, the label is a bastion for uncompromising artists looking to get weird, loose, and honest.
Janet Jackson, Blink-182, Erykah Badu, Pearl Jam, Liz Phair, and more of the most essential tickets of the year
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Sharon Van Etten, Rico Nasty, Corin Tucker, and more on how being a touring musician can make the struggles of motherhood that much more intense.
This episode of the Pitchfork Review podcast features an interview with the two music legends about maintaining your sanity as an artist, the fight for reproductive rights, and the essay collection This Woman’s Work.
The rising indie rockers on their city’s vibrant scene, signing to Saddle Creek, and “not making any fucking TikToks.”