Posts By Andy Beta

Dave Rempis / Tomeka Reid / Joshua Abrams: Ithra

Three players with deep roots in Chicago’s contemporary jazz scene come together in an unusually empathetic exchange of ideas, where the gap between listening and reacting is practically nonexistent.

Jóhann Jóhannsson: Mandy (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

In his final completed film score, the late composer and experimental musician revels in extreme sounds, delving into black metal, menacing ambient, doom drone, and piercing orchestrations.

Catherine Christer Hennix: Selected Early Keyboard Works

A new collection of the Swedish composer’s early experiments on Fender Rhodes, synthesizers, and magnetic tape shines a long overdue spotlight on an unsung electronic pioneer.

Catherine Christer Hennix: Selected Early Keyboard Works

A new collection of the Swedish composer’s early experiments on Fender Rhodes, synthesizers, and magnetic tape shines a long overdue spotlight on an unsung electronic pioneer.

Four Tet: Live at Funkhaus Berlin, 10th May 2018

On what is only his second official live album in his 20-year career, the celebrated electronic producer demonstrates his range—and his mastery of tension and release.

Four Tet: Live at Funkhaus Berlin, 10th May 2018

On what is only his second official live album in his 20-year career, the celebrated electronic producer demonstrates his range—and his mastery of tension and release.

Milton Nascimento & Lô Borges: Clube Da Esquina

Each Sunday, Pitchfork takes an in-depth look at a significant album from the past, and any record not in our archives is eligible. Today, we revisit one of the most ambitious albums in Brazilian history.

Ekuka Moriss Sirikiti: Ekuka

In a departure from its typically cutting-edge electronics, the Ugandan label Nyege Nyege Tapes unearths vintage recordings of an mbira master whose lo-fi sonics are every bit as arresting.