Pitchfork is an American online music publication launched in by Ryan Schreiber. It began as a blog which developed during Schreiber's teenage years working at a record store. It quickly earned a reputation for its extensive coverage of indie music. It has since expanded and covers all kinds of music, including pop. The site is best known for its daily output of music reviews but also regularly reviews reissues and box sets.
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Since its founding in , Pitchfork has been an independent voice for reviews and identifying up-and-coming artists. Given the news, we're republishing our profile of the company. Kevin Drew is clearly in his element. It's a Wednesday in June, and the stylishly scruffy frontman of the band Broken Social Scene is surrounded by a few hundred fans who traveled to a small club at the outermost edge of Brooklyn to see the group play an unannounced show. Sympathetic and pleasantly soused, the crowd laughs knowingly when Drew apologizes for a somewhat sloppy rendition of "Fire Eye'd Boy. Everyone falls silent when he adds, "It's gonna be a whole lot tighter tomorrow night for the Letterman show. By the humble standards of indie rock, Broken Social Scene— a Toronto collective with a fluctuating lineup of more than a dozen members that includes two trumpet players and a trombonist—has made it. The group's albums have sold more than , copies in North America, and after appearing on the Late Show with David Letterman the band will go on to play the huge Lollapalooza festival in Chicago.
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