Pitchfork Gets a Redesign

The music taste-making site gets a new look. Nothing major, more like tidying the house instead of a deep, spring cleaning. But it’s spiffy.

The new edition features larger, clearer images, improved organization and usability, and a more readable typeface. Pitchfork.tv has been reworked, making artists and series easier to find, and its archive of music videos has been moved to the still-expanding Music Videossection. Our new Tracks section merges Forkcast and The Playlist to highlight the best and most notable new tracks as they become available. Video game culture magazine Kill Screenhas been given its own dedicated section, and experimental music blog Altered Zones now has a presence on our homepage.

The new site will continue to evolve, so you’ll see more advances in design and editorial soon, including a mobile version of the site and new features that will offer deeper coverage of a broader range of music. There’s a lot of exciting stuff ahead. But for now, take a look around. And as always, thanks for reading.

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