Pitchfork Tag Archive

Beyond The Blog: Four Music Blogs For This Generation

Posted May 21

This O Music Awards, we chose not to feature our splendid “Beyond The Blog” category — however, that doesn’t mean that we haven’t been collecting and taking note of standout online music efforts over the past year. Check our four fine examples of innovative content-collecting after the jump!

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Pitchfork Fights Internet ADD With New Features [INTERVIEW]

Posted January 11

Music blog institution Pitchfork has been shaking up its look of late — playing with the way content is presented online in a way that both looks to the past for inspiration and modern tech for utility. O Music Awards recently chatted with Pitchfork founder/CEO Ryan Schreiber about the blog’s new digs, the challenges facing longform journalism online, and what’s in store for the site in 2013.

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eMusic Read Auras At The Pitchfork Music Festival To Make A Mood Music App

Posted August 1

The quest for a music app that provides tunes to fit your mood is a long and arduous one — not to mention subjective. For example, while you might feel deliriously happy whilst listening to Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe,” I might feel like punching everyone in the face. See? Subjective. eMusic recently set out on the aforementioned quest, however, mining the denizens of the Pitchfork Music Festival for data to create a mood music app — in addition to a trove of editorial content centered around the spiritual.

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Music & Tech Around The Web: Rolling Stones Rock, Pitchfork Streams & More

Posted July 13

Friday! The weekend is almost upon us! Luckily, we’re here to assuage those last few hours of mind-numbing workday with your link link-up.

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