If you are slightly confused by I Am Easy to Find, here’s the deal: It’s the title of the National’s new 64-minute album, but it’s also a 24-minute film directed by celebrated indie auteur Mike Mills includes
“None of us are free/But some of us are brave.” These lines capture all the ambition, beauty, and empathy of Jamila Woods’ LEGACY! LEGACY! The singer-songwriter’s words are inclusive, with an eye toward
On a lazy Wednesday afternoon, the Spirit of the Beehive are lounging in their drummer’s small concrete sanctuary of a backyard in North Philadelphia. An orange alley cat prowls around on the gravel, its
Ezra Koenig has always blended styles and references with the deftness of a cultural studies professor while dreaming up Vampire Weekend albums, and Father of the Bride, their fourth, is no exception.
Lifelong history shows/That brown won’t go/Brown just glows.” Those lines pop up at the start of Helado Negro’s This Is How You Smile, and they go to the heart of the Brooklyn musician’s gently subversive
Candace Camacho and I meet on one of the coldest days of the year—the kind of day where it takes minutes to un-hunch your shoulders and regain feeling in your fingers. We burrow into our seats at Bahia,
Debunking Green Book: Jazz Greats on What It Was Really Like to Tour During Jim Crow With the Oscars coming up this Sunday, Pitchfork is celebrating with our first Music & Movies week. Ask just about musician
With the Oscars coming up this Sunday, Pitchfork is celebrating with our first Music & Movies week. Strolling down London’s bustling Carnaby Street last December, I looked up to see Freddie Mercury’s brilliant