Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Pitchfork Whimps Out?

Perhaps it was poor Travis Morrison's sobs in Wired magazine but it appears the Fork is afraid of their own opinions.

Today's Black Kids review originally was a 0.0(now changed to a 3.3) and while the body of the "review" hasn't changed the lead in line on the home page was initially: "Everyone makes mistakes."

Say what you mean Pitchfork. Did the album really grow 3.3 better on my commute to work? Can I expect an apology for Fleet Foxes some time soon?

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2 Comments:

Blogger joe said...

yeah, some dude on BrooklynVegan also claims there was an actual "review" posted at some point before it was taken down and converted to a 3.3.

what the effe?

11:31 AM  
Blogger Tim Duffy said...

to clarrify, i'm not terribly angry about this. since they recommended harvey milk's life...the best game in town, last week pitchfork is very deep in my good graces.

10:58 AM  

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