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Northside Festival, the music and innovation festival put on by our parent company, Northside Media Inc., is continuing to expand it’s talent roster, as today saw the rollout of several new performers, along with the reveal of initial showcase and ticketing information for the music portion of the festival. Big Thief (whose Rough Trade show is already sold out through individual tickets but still accessible for festival badge holders) top the additions, along with...
How do you end up writing all things music for Pitchfork, curating the same for MoMA PS1, launching a music fest like Basilica Soundscape in Hudson, AND collaborating with artists like Matthew Barney? Start making zines when you’re young and then write tirelessly about music. In sum, work hard and never forget where you came from. METAL. When did you first begin to curate shows and what drew you to working with live music? I started...
Fall is the time to get serious. Tank tops give way to respectable sweaters. Superhero flicks vacate theaters in favor of Oscar-bait. The fun festivals of the summer die off, making way for the serious, substantial concerts of autumn. On Saturday night, UK electronic legends Autechre played the Brooklyn Masonic Temple as part of the consistently excellent Pitchfork-affiliated concert series, Tinnitus, for their first NYC show in seven years. Stranger and more intimidating than even...
This weekend, a disproportionate number of hip Brooklynites fleeing the last, gross days of city summer will land in Hudson, NY, a handsome riverfront hamlet with a regular population under 7,000. Since 2011, Basilica Soundscape, a boutique music and arts festival, has been the strong magnet pulling them two hours north. Held in a converted 19th century glue factory turned local culture hub, Soundscape has drawn wild acclaim for its dramatic setting and carefully...

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