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Stephen Colbert Assures Us Daft Punk Actually Did Cancel on Him

Daft Punk was supposed to appear on The Colbert Report two nights ago but canceled due to an exclusivity agreement to appear at this year's VMAs, prompting Colbert to do something a million times better on his show that night. Music site [...]

By Bradford Evans

Pitchfork’s Readers Like Camp Way More Than Its Reviewers Did

In defiance of Pitchfork's emphatically low 1.6 rating of Childish Gambino's Camp, the site's readers voted the album number 18 on their list of the year's Top 50 Albums and number one for Most Underrated Album in their annual Readers Poll. [...]

By Hallie Cantor

Pitchfork Isn’t Exactly a Fan of the New Childish Gambino Album

Yikes. Pitchfork seriously gives it to comedy's rapper Childish Gambino with this review of Camp, rating it a 1.6 and calling it "one of the most uniquely unlikable rap records of this year (and most others)." The review criticizes the joke [...]

By Hallie Cantor

Pitchfork Strokes its Beards Over Norm Macdonald’s Me Doing Standup

Why does Pitchfork, a website about indie music, review comedy albums? What makes them, music writers, occasional experts on comedy? Because both come on CDs? How do they choose which comedy albums they review? Why do they italicize movie and [...]

By Adam Frucci