Watch Danny Brown talk about his $3,000 leather cargo pants (!) and perform at Barcelona’s Primavera Sound festival in the latest episode of "+1".
El-P explains why artists are always bitching about their monitors onstage and performs his song "The Full Retard" at his new album’s release party in the latest episode of "+1".
Watch Zola Jesus perform at Manhattan’s Guggenheim Museum in the latest episode of Pitchfork.tv’s "+1".
Carrie Brownstein stars in the latest episode of our animated series "Frames" and tells stories about after-partying with the White Stripes, and (almost) crashing a furries convention.
Watch St. Vincent chat with the National's Aaron and Bryce Dessner and perform her punk-rock exorcism "Krokodil" at the Brooklyn Academy of Music in our latest episode of "+1".
Watch Danny Brown hang out with his parents, deal with backstage drama, and do his thing in the studio in the 20-minute Pitchfork.tv documentary "Detroit State of Mind".
The new edition of "Pitchfork Weekly" features a live performance from Laurel Halo, Kevin Shields talking about about My Bloody Valentine’s new reissues, and more.
L.A. rapper Schoolboy Q takes to an abandoned building to freestyle (and do the robot) in the latest episode of "Selector".
One of the more intriguing new acts of 2012, Chicago singer-songwriter Willis Earl Beal, stars in the latest episode of our performance/interview series "+1".
GZA tells a hip-hop yarn about his early days growing up in New York City in the latest episode of our animated series "Frames".
Waka Flocka Flame gets a tattoo of a nude woman (in front of his mom!) and freestyles over Lunice (sort of!) in what very well might be the most entertaining episode of "Selector" to date.
Watch the latest episode of "Pitchfork Weekly" with Killer Mike and El-P bro-ing out, Charli XCX showing us her tequila shotgun in the studio, and Hunx and His Punx mugging their way through a live performance.
The Walkmen play the title track from their upcoming new album Heaven in the latest episode of Pitchfork.tv’s "+1".
Grizzly Bear’s Daniel Rossen offers a stunning, church-based take on his solo song “Saint Nothing” as part of the latest edition of “Pitchfork Weekly”.
Neon Indian crash New York’s Museum of Modern Art in the latest episode of "+1".
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