Pitchfork, the influential NYC/Chicago-based music site, is expanding into online video, via a new site set to launch April 7. Pitchfork.tv will show “original mini-documentaries, secret rooftop and basement sessions, full concerts, exclusive interviews,” and “full-length feature films, vintage concerts, and music DVDs free of charge.” Oh, and music videos, too.
We read the story a few times, and we’re still looking for the shows about bikini clad girls having food fights or rich nubile Southern California teens. C’mon Pitchfork, is this a music channel or what?
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