Critical Backlash #4: Pitchfork’s Return To Greatness

This is, without a doubt, a classic Pitchfork review, the kind that drew me to the site (and ridiculously obscure indie rock) in the first place. I just laughed and laughed. I’m not even depressed about the album sucking anymore. I’m not even going to listen to it. Talk about catharsis.

I listened to one metric ton of new singles/compilation tracks last night, and out of all of them, I’ll be picking up records by these fine artists: Liam Singer, AK-Momo, Akron/Family, and Emiliana Torrini. You hear it first.


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