Everybody’s favorite music website to love/hate/complain-about-and-secretly read-anyway is selling out big time to Condé Nast, a lumbering behemoth of old media that’s desperately trying to make its comeback in digital.
If you're in the mood for something... different, David Lynch has offered up a free stream of his new album The Big Dream on Pitchfork. Weirdness guaranteed.
Do you care about music? Probably. Do you use the internet? Yes. If so, you probably loathe Pitchfork, perhaps the most arrogant collection of HTML ever assembled. And yet it's our most powerful critical voice—and changed music forever.