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    Portraits of artists who took part in a recent broadcast from Sonos’ global flagship store at 101 Greene Street in Soho. Pitchfork Radio is presented by Sonos and powered by TuneIn.

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    The legendary—and legendarily misunderstood—songwriter talks about the cursed bluesmen, famous presidents, and despondent fathers that populate his latest batch of tunes.

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    The R&B innovator talks about the struggles she’s faced as a creative black woman in the music industry, as well as her ongoing search for tenderness in a harsh world.

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    The hit-making rapper returns to New Orleans on Wednesday, Aug. 30

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    The punk frontwoman and transgender trailblazer talks about the songs and albums that have meant the most to her, five years at a time.

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    Brittany Parks always felt like an outsider—until she started making music that sounds like nothing else.

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    Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, Albert Ayler, the Velvet Underground, Eric Dolphy, Dusty Springfield, and the other artists who changed music forever

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  • 08/24/17--08:10: From the Bottom Up
  • How dive bars have shaped a hundred years of music history

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    Composer Angelo Badalamenti, Chromatics’ Johnny Jewel, and many more talk about how the soundtrack to David Lynch’s mind-melting comeback came to be.

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    Portraits of artists who took part in a recent Pitchfork Radio broadcast from New Orleans. Pitchfork Radio is presented by Bud Light Dive Bar Tour and powered by TuneIn.

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    Informed by a familial legacy of perseverance and strife, this Syrian-American artist creates music that sounds both supernatural and ancient.

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    The untold story of a Sri Lankan rebel who mixed music, danger, and politics as both a catalyst in the ’80s Bay Area punk scene and the originator of one of rap’s most notorious publications.

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    Deemed a voice of his generation when he was only a teenager, Archy Marshall returns with The Ooz, an odyssey through the disenchanted worlds inside and outside his skull.

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  • 09/19/17--07:24: In Sight Out: Mitski
  • In this interview, Mitski Miyawaki, one of the sharpest young voices in indie rock, sits down with Pitchfork’s Jillian Mapes to discuss her career, her latest album, and more.

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    An increasing number of music therapists are now treating people touched by traumas both big and small, highlighting humanity’s deepest connections with music in the process.

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    The two sets of brothers in the National talk about how their family ties affect the band’s dynamic and ganging up on frontman Matt Berninger.

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  • 09/21/17--08:33: Pitchfork Radio New York
  • Portraits of artists who took part in a recent broadcast from the new Sonos store in downtown Manhattan. Pitchfork Radio is presented by Sonos and powered by TuneIn.

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    As music festivals have flourished, so has the technology bringing new art and ideas to attendees.

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    Hit-making songwriters and producers reveal the ways they are tailoring tracks to fit a musical landscape dominated by streaming.

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    How the genre-smashing artist used a classic instrument to find a new voice

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