The Pitchfork Readers Poll features your picks for the best (and worst) in the world of music, including your choices for Top Albums and Top Tracks, along with Most Underrated and Overrated Albums, Best New Artists, Best Musician Twitters, plus your answers to a number of either/or questions.
We invited artists to discuss their favorite music of the year—be it a song, album, event, or otherwise. From Holly Herdon’s time in Poland to Fetty Wap’s graciousness over "Trap Queen"’s success, here is Pitchfork’s 2015 Guest List.
A gallery of stills and GIFs featuring many of this year's Pitchfork Fest performers including: Run the Jewels, Panda Bear, Perfume Genius, the Julie Ruin, Mac DeMarco, and more. By Erik Sanchez.
Katie Crutchfield sings and writes songs with an emotional specificity that makes it sound like she’s shining a light on her most crippling anxieties. But that vulnerability is just one side of her story; the rest isn’t even a little frail. By Jillian Mapes.
Details on 35 prospective records that are keeping our hopes up for music in 2015, from hip-hop heavyweights Kanye and Kendrick, to welcomed returns from Sleater-Kinney and the Wrens, along with many intriguing collaborations and debuts.
From Tame Impala to Frank Ocean to the Caretaker to Beach House to Kurt Vile and lots more, our picks for the best albums of the last five years.
Here are the 50 albums we couldn't stop listening to this year including: Blood Orange's homespun R&B, Majical Cloudz's bold confessionals, Kanye's explosive statement of purpose, Vampire Weekend's all-loving rallying cry, and more.