In 2014, Pitchfork launched The Pitchfork Review, the site’s first print magazine, a perfect-bound, 200-plus page quarterly publication. The magazine is dedicated to the best in long-form music writing, photography, design and comics. The Review documents music culture, past and present. Our fifth issue features:
An oral history of NYC's NASA club night • David Bowie's Low • Michael Galinsky photographs the American underground • A day in the increasingly busy life of Australian songwriter Courtney Barnett • Exclusive Zola Jesus and The Tea Heads 7”
Don Drummond and Margarita Mahfood: Jamaica's first musical couple • John Fahey, record collector • The life and death of Jason Molina • An oral history of Elliott Smith • Exclusive King Tuff and the Lentils 7”
Holger Czukay of Can • Stanley Kubrick's Infinite playlist • David Toop on Kate Bush • A photo essay by Matthew Barney and Jonathan Bepler • Exclusive Kurt Vile & the Lovetones / Watery Love split 7”
Simon Reynolds on '80s alt-weeklies • The rise and fall of Otis Redding • Glenn Danzig • Delicious Vinyl and the birth of LA hip-hop • Pitchfork Music Festival Paris in photos
The Pitchfork Review is published four times per year.
A four-issue subscription costs $49.99 and is only
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