Brought to you by the music critics at Pitchfork, The Pitchfork Review is a show for music fans and obsessives who can’t wait to talk about the latest releases. Co-hosted by Pitchfork editor-in-chief Puja Patel and Reviews Editor Jeremy D. Larson, this podcast pulls back the curtain on our reviews and scores, dives deep into new music, and gives an expert guide to what’s exciting, what’s great, and what’s just plain terrible.
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Jeremy D. Larson, Puja Patel, and Ryan Dombal delve into the sordid history of beloved Minneapolis rock band The Replacements and explain why the new reissue of their classic 1985 LP Tim is such a revelation. Plus, Replacements bassist Tommy Stinson ... more
The Pitchfork Review is off this week, so we're sharing an episode from our friends at The Run-Through with Vogue, where editors Chioma Nnadi and Chloe Malle talk to the legend Erykah Badu. You can also watch Badu give her Over/Under on aliens, Porky... more
Ryan Dombal, Isabelia Herrera, and Julianne Escobedo Shepherd talk about Bad Bunny’s remarkable rise to superstardom and how his latest record, nadie sabe lo que va a pasar mañana, doesn’t quite live up to his own high bar. Also, we highlight a few n... more
Pitchfork Playlist is my all time favorite and I realy admire it. It has the amazing lyrics. I also listen this playlist while driving. CC: https://newcapcutmod.pro/ical-capcut-template/
Undoubtedly knowledgeable Ivy leaguers slap each others backs and laugh heartily at their privileged world jokes. Painful!
Great interview! These 3 artists - they are so smart!!
One of the better music podcasts, kind of confused by all the one star reviews. And what’s with all the millennial bashing?? We’re like 40 now…
I can tell you all are visibly upping your game and I love it. Keep it up with this podcast, they are thoughtful and wide ranging. Maybe my ask is not to be afraid to have stronger opinions like you have with your reviews - I can sense some tentative attitude, which can be offputting since you all are very passionate about what you do / say. more
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The Pitchfork Review launched 3 years ago and published 78 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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