On the announcement of the Pitchfork Review, “a quarterly print journal focused on longform music writing and design-focused content”,
“There’s a lot of potential to rethink what people want out of a music magazine,” says Pitchfork founder and CEO Ryan Schreiber. “The tide has really shifted since we started Pitchfork in the mid-’90s. Then, there was no music criticism online; now, there’s very little in print. There’s all kinds of talk about how physical media is dying, but the popularity of vinyl is rising, and there has been a rise in literary and culture publications. It’s not dead, it just needs substance.” link
Photo by me of some of my old tapes.