Pitchfork launches pre-release album streaming platform


Pitchfork has launched Pitchfork Advance, an "immersive pre-release music streaming platform designed to emulate the album experience". 

The platform features album streams with graphics tools that will allow fans to engage with album art, lyrics, track listings, credits, artist information, and more while they listen.

Similar in design to Pitchfork's state-of-the-art Cover Stories, the new platform allows users to scroll through multiple screens of artwork in full-browser graphic mode while listening to a fully-controllable stream of a selected album.

Users can ...

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