In conversations with artists including Chan Marshall, Maxwell, and Esperanza Spalding, and through examination of her most iconic songs, we look at the life of a true spellbinder
Ponytail's Jeremy Hyman, Ken Seeno, Molly Siegel, and Dustin Wong, whose diverse tastes result in a number of disparate song recommendations, nevertheless all seem to agree on the best two TV shows of the past few years. [Interview: Tyler Grisham]
Billie Holiday and Nina Simone: remixed and reimagined-- vocals from familiar songs are taken from their original context and dropped into a setting that is generally chilled downtempo, upbeat house, or something in the trip-hop/breakbeat vein.
Doin' it for themselves: Dani Siciliano sidesteps husband Matthew Herbert's house and embraces songcraft, and Georgia Anne Muldrow channels her rage into a nourishing groove.
The second installment of our 60s songs list counts down from Nos. 150-101.
We start our five-day countdown of Pitchfork's 200 favorite songs from the 1960s with a look at Nos. 200-151.