39 episodes

Brought to you by the music critics at Pitchfork, The Pitchfork Review is a show for music fans and obsessives who can’t wait to talk about the latest releases. Co-hosted by Pitchfork editor-in-chief Puja Patel and Reviews Editor Jeremy D. Larson, this podcast pulls back the curtain on our reviews and scores, dives deep into new music, and gives an expert guide to what’s exciting, what’s great, and what’s just plain terrible.

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    • 3.0 • 731 Ratings

Brought to you by the music critics at Pitchfork, The Pitchfork Review is a show for music fans and obsessives who can’t wait to talk about the latest releases. Co-hosted by Pitchfork editor-in-chief Puja Patel and Reviews Editor Jeremy D. Larson, this podcast pulls back the curtain on our reviews and scores, dives deep into new music, and gives an expert guide to what’s exciting, what’s great, and what’s just plain terrible.

    Grammy Predictions: Who Will Win and Who Should Win

    Grammy Predictions: Who Will Win and Who Should Win

    Puja Patel and Jeremy Larson talk to Pitchfork Senior Writer Marc Hogan about what we think is going to happen, what we think about the nominees, and who we think got snubbed.

    Read our Grammys coverage here.
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    • 37 min
    The State of Ambient Music

    The State of Ambient Music

    Puja Patel and Jeremy Larson talk to contributing editor Andy Cush about the recent explosion of streaming ambient music, and then we open the mailbag to answer your burning questions.

    Read Andy’s story, “Inside the Ambient Music Streaming Boom.”
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    • 36 min
    Overlooked Albums Roundup

    Overlooked Albums Roundup

    Jeremy Larson talks to Pitchfork Senior Editor Anna Gaca and Contributing Editor Phil Sherburne about the best records that came in under the radar in 2022.
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    • 31 min
    Hopes, Dreams, and Predictions for 2023

    Hopes, Dreams, and Predictions for 2023

    Puja Patel and Jeremy Larson talk to Pitchfork Features Editor Ryan Dombal about what they want to see and hear this year.
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    • 28 min
    SZA: SOS

    SZA: SOS

    Puja Patel and Jeremy Larson talk to culture critic and Pitchfork contributor Julianne Escobedo Shepherd about SZA’a long, ambitious and luxurious new album.

    Read our review of SOS.
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    • 33 min
    2022 in Rap

    2022 in Rap

    Puja Patel talks to staff writer Alphonse Pierre and Pitchfork contributor Dylan Green about the year in rap music.
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    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

3.0 out of 5
731 Ratings

731 Ratings

john154826 ,

Mid

I generally love Pitchfork’s point of view but this podcast is a slog. Is anyone having fun?

pnw24climber ,

Embarrassing for Pitchfork

What is the point of this podcast? It seems like there’s almost no where to turn for true, critical analysis of music anymore. NPRs All Songs Considered has begun catering to the lowest common denominator and so too now had Pitchfork. I don’t need a deep dive into SZA or Taylor Swift. Taylor Swift isn’t even making interesting music. Popular music, yes, but interesting, merit-worthy? No. And a whole episode on Grammy predictions?! Didn’t we all write off the Grammy’s a couple decades ago? Pitchfork of all publications should know that popularity doesn’t equal quality. Can you all not find some experts in your organization to drum up some more interesting takes on music?

johnbernard011 ,

Homogenized Taste/Insufferable

There’s something really incestuous about this podcast. It’s a lot of intense explaining at something that is ultimately a matter of taste. Their taste I don’t see as superior just intellectualized which isn’t a meritable quality when discussing the arts. Reminds me a college course where 3 or 4 students keep eagerly throwing up their hands and taking up the oxygen in the room.

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