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.
Here are 20 albums that did not make our Top 50 list but still deserve extra attention, including Fetty Wap’s hook-stuffed debut LP, Lower Dens’ electro-pop surprise, DJ Paypal’s footwork experiments, Jessica Pratt’s acoustic laments, and more.
From Drake's dominance to Adele's return, Tame Impala's blissful psych to Kendrick Lamar's politically charged hip-hop, 2015 marked another diverse and strong year for music. These are our picks for the best songs of the year.
With festival season upon us once again, we asked more than 30 artists—including ?uestlove, Jessie Ware, A$AP Ferg, and Speedy Ortiz—to tell us their greatest and/or most ridiculous summer fest stories.
Chosen by Pitchfork's editors, these 20 albums didn't make our Top 50, but we thought they were among the most interesting of the year and deserved to be highlighted nonetheless.
From Perfume Genius' heroic glam, to Sophie's oil-slick electronic excursions, to Young Thug's masterful weirdness, to Taylor Swift's bulletproof pop, to Future Islands' sweeping synth rock, these are our favorite tracks of the year.