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This overwhelming Twitter timeline of sexism in the music industry is required reading

And the stories are still being told.

On Aug 27, 2015 by Audra Schroeder

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I was a teenage 4chan troll—until I learned to change my ways

The boys of the Internet need to start looking at the man in the mirror.

On Aug 26, 2015 by Luke Winkie

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Pitchfork joins forces with multichannel network Collective Digital Studio

Pitchfork's YouTube channel gets a bump.

On Apr 24, 2015 by [email protected]

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Spoon and Outkast dominate as Metacritic’s most consistent bands

With simple, steady grooves, Spoon has become the most surprising kind of musical act of all: one known for its output, not its antics. 

On Aug 27, 2014 by Chris Osterndorf

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I don’t know how to talk to white people about Ferguson

How does that conversation start?

On Aug 19, 2014 by [email protected]

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The Internet becomes a novel in ‘You’re Not Much Use to Anyone’

The man behind Pitchfork Reviews Reviews cuts to the heart of millennial dread.

On Jul 22, 2014 by Miles Klee

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Science has found a way to identify the elusive hipster band

Trolling or data mining? Or are they the same thing now?

On Mar 6, 2014 by Audra Schroeder

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At the Talkhouse, musicians—not critics—sound off

Michael Azerrad's new music site has become a daily must-read on a number of levels. 

On Aug 26, 2013 by Austin Powell

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Fun Fun Fun Fest: A live-streaming guide

Pitchfork streams Fun Fun Fun Fest, Nov. 4-6, straight to your laptop. Here are 12 can't miss acts. 

On Nov 4, 2011 by Austin Powell

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Zorch’s five steps to musical fame

Austin-based band Zorch creates songs for critics and others, in an attempt to gain fame. It works. Mostly.

On Aug 12, 2011 by Austin Powell