The Pitchfork Review Issue #4

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In issue four, articles include a profile of Australian songwriter Courtney Barnett, a history of the recording of David Bowie’s Low, an oral history of a New York electronic dance music club, and Michael Galinsky on the “America underground 1988–93.” Includes a 7-inch split single by Zola Jesus and The Tea Heads.

Pitchfork Media
ISBN: 9780991399239

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The fourth issue features articles on photographer and filmmaker Michael Galinsky, Australian songwriter Courtney Barnett, a history examining the origins of NYC’s first legendary EDM club night, NASA, the untold story of the complicated, confessional, Oscar-nominated songwriter & poet Dory Previn, and influential independent Canadian metal label Profound Lore.

Plus: Lana Del Rey, Sharon Van Etten, Arthur Russell, Robert Wyatt, the Grateful Dead, Phil Elverum, ZZ Top, El-P, Prince, Neil Young, Styx, and much more!

Includes, a split 7″ of previously unreleased songs by Zola Jesus and the Tea Heads.

170 page magazine
Pitchfork Media, 2014

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Weight 24 oz
Dimensions 11 × 8.5 × 0.75 in
ISBN

978-0991399239