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Is Your Content a Disposable Pop Song, or Jazz Masterpiece?
Your content: Is it like a disposable pop song, or like a jazz masterpiece?
Oneohtrix Point Never: Garden of Delete | Album Reviews | Pitchfork
Garden of Delete is unlike anything that Daniel Lopatin has done, in terms of technique, mood, or scope. It is denser than his previous albu
Elder Christofferson: Context on Handbook Changes Affecting Same-Sex Mar...
In a video interview, Elder D. Todd Christofferson reaffirmed the Church’s position on marriage and outlined handbook changes in Church poli
Digable Planets to Reunite for Seattle Show | News | Pitchfork
Shabazz Palaces to perform on second night of two-night run
With Dance You Can Save the Community: The Enduring Inner City Utopia of...
Stephen M. Deusner looks back on Breakin' and the optimistic politics of breakdancing.
Invisible Hits: The Miracle of The B52's, Live in the Early Days | The P...
In conjunction with The Pitchfork Review's piece on the queer, Southern legacy of the B52s, Invisible Hits looks at their early years.
Numero Group to Release Ork Records Box Set Featuring Television, Alex C...
Other Numero releases for Record Store Day include Bedhead live album, '60s garage comp
Shabazz Palaces To Record Live Album at Jack White's Third Man Records |...
Live, direct-to-acetate recording takes place January 17
D'Angelo / The Vanguard: Black Messiah | Album Reviews | Pitchfork
With the shock release of Black Messiah, soul singer and multi-instrumentalist D'Angelo returns with his first album of new material in 14 y
The Art of Excess in the Face of Death: Flying Lotus and PC Music | The ...
Reflections on Fly Lo, PC Music, Post-Modernism, Mortality and Much-Too-Muchness in 2014
While most eye mobile for the bottom line, the Mormon church has higher ...
The church faces similar challenges but has different goals
A Certain Ratio: Sextet | Album Reviews | Pitchfork
Thirty-two years later, Manchester post-punk outfit A Certain Ratio's Sextet still sounds like no other record: it's either that era's creep
Rocket Raccoon steals the show in the latest 'Guardians of the Galaxy' t...
August can't come soon enough. All the trailers for Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy have so far done a good job of balancing the action and
Christopher Michael-Martinez’s Father Gets It Right about Guns
Richard Martinez, in the height of his grief, somehow did the hardest thing there is: he found the courage to speak a painful truth.