Each year, Pitchfork uses its high-profile festival as an opportunity to bring attention to local Chicago-based musicians.
“Violent Femmes” serves as yet another reminder that cultural touchstones aren’t morally infallible.
While Hole is best enjoyed through their original songs, their covers highlight the band’s special style and their respect for other musicians.
The highly stylized film displays a deceivingly cutesy exterior, stuffed with baby animals and pink everything, but adeptly invites an intimate glance into the most horrifying chambers of human consciousness.
This book is an exciting step forward for representation in literature, and the arts in general.
“Tomes of Terror: Lenore” wouldn’t be a very good play. It might be better presented as an audiobook. However, it’s neither.
Lady Bird’s love-hate relationship with her hometown is not unique, because everything is a love-hate relationship when you’re an emotionally volatile teenager.
Illustrations in “The Hunting Accident” go far beyond the standard rectangular panels popular in comic books and graphic novels.