The Pitchfork Review

The Pitchfork Review was a quarterly music magazine published by Pitchfork Media. The magazine covered a wide variety of music genres, with a particular focus on indie rock, hip-hop, and electronic music.Image:the-pitchfork-review-sample-cover

The Pitchfork Review's content included reviews of albums, interviews with musicians, and in-depth articles on music culture and history. The magazine also featured artwork and photography from both established and up-and-coming artists.

In addition to its print edition, The Pitchfork Review also had a strong online presence, with additional articles, reviews, and multimedia content available on its website.

The magazine was known for its high-quality writing and editorial style, and was highly regarded by both musicians and music fans. However, despite its critical success, The Pitchfork Review struggled financially, and was ultimately discontinued in 2018 after just 18 issues.

Today, The Pitchfork Review is remembered as an important piece of music journalism history, which helped to push the boundaries of what was possible in the realm of music criticism.{{Categories}}

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