The Pitchfork Review Issue #7 (Summer)

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  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 8/11/2015
  • Publisher: Pitchfork Media

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Pitchfork continues our venture into print with Issue 7 of The Pitchfork Review. We’re proud to present the seventh edition of our perfect-bound quarterly music publication, combining new long-form feature stories, photography, illustrations, and other ephemera with selected recent pieces from Pitchfork. Each issue is sheetfed printed on three-four different stocks, with a soft touch coating on the french-folded cover.

Author Biography

Mark Richardson is the editor in chief of Pitchfork, where and his column, Resonant Frequency, has appeared regularly since 2001. In addition to his work at Pitchfork, Mark is the author of Zaireeka, a book on The Flaming Lips in the 33 1/3 series.

Brandon Stosuy is senior editor and director of events at Pitchfork. He works as a music curator for MoMA PS1, and is a contributing editor at The Believer. His anthology of Downtown New York literature, Up Is Up, But So Is Down, was selected by the Village Voice as one of their 25 favorite books of 2006. He also writes a monthly metal column for Pitchfork called Show No Mercy.

They live New York City.

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