The Pitchfork Review Issue #11


The Music & Politics Issue. M.I.A. Interviewed. Simon Reynolds on UK Politics and pop. Tropicalia. Public Enemy’s Fear of a Black Planet. Steve Reich. The Nation of Ulysses. CRASS.

Pitchfork Media
ISBN: 9780997562613

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Pitchfork presents the 11th [and last] issue of The Pitchfork Review.

This issue looks at the intersection between music and politics, examining how music has been a tool for social justice. Interviews with politically-focused artists like M.I.A. and Patti Smith and a history of the Brazilian social movement Tropicália are included alongside an oral history of Kendrick Lamar’s “Alright,” which became an anthem of Black Live Matter movement.

144 page full color perfect bound magazine
Pitchfork Media, Fall 2016

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Weight 16 oz
Dimensions 10.25 × 8 × 0.5 in