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  • Pitchfork taking a stab at print

    Pitchfork taking a stab at print
    Chris Kaskie pulled out his phone and flipped though his pictures until he stopped on an image, then turned the screen toward me and grinned: It showed the local staff of Pitchfork Media, the Chicago company behind the Pitchfork music website and Pitchfork Music Festival, absorbed in what appeared to be — gasp — print media.
  • Cut Copy reveals details of forthcoming album, gives a shout-out to Ariel Pink

     
    It's a mantra for many a band seeking inspiration: back to the stacks, back to the stacks, back to the stacks. The Australian trio Cut Copy, whose free-spirited break-out album, "In Ghost Colours," finely plumbed the depths of '80s electropop,...

    Ambient beat producer Matthewdavid's 'Outmind' tells the story of his Los Angeles experience

     
    It was a balmy spring afternoon and the day’s woozy effect seemed magnified within the cozy, white, hillside backhouse in Highland Park. Through an open window, sunlight and breeze streamed into the home recording studio of Matthew McQueen, a.k.a....

    Our 50 favorite magazines

    Our 50 favorite magazines
    It's becoming a rite of summer: Every year we ask each other what periodicals we've been reading, and then we ask you. Every year we argue about what makes a good magazine and why we rush to pick up certain titles or swipe them from a neighbor's desk....

    Review: 'Big Day Coming' not a typical salacious rock 'n' roll story

    Review: 'Big Day Coming' not a typical salacious rock 'n' roll story
    -------------------- Big Day Coming Yo La Tengo and the Rise of Indie Rock Jesse Jarnow Gotham Books: 362 pp., $18 -------------------- This is as scintillating as it gets: The opening and closing anecdotes of "Big Day Coming" revolve around typos....