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Laurie Anderson is on The Pitchfork Review podcast. The episode features her conversation with Pitchfork Editor-in-Chief Puja Patel, Kim Gordon, and writer/editor Sinéad Gleeson from the Chicago Humanities Festival in May 2022. They discuss This Woman’s Work, an essay anthology edited by Gordon and Gleeson, which includes a piece about Anderson, and more. You can hear their conversation here.

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Laurie Anderson is a guest on the latest episode of The Pitchfork Review podcast. The episode features her conversation with Pitchfork Editor-in-Chief Puja Patel, Kim Gordon, and writer/editor Sinéad Gleeson from the Chicago Humanities Festival in May 2022. They discuss This Woman’s Work, an essay anthology edited by Gordon and Gleeson, which includes a piece about Anderson, and more. You can hear their conversation here via Spotify and Apple Podcasts:

Laurie Anderson’s 1982 debut album, Big Science, returned to vinyl for the first time in thirty years in 2021 on a new red vinyl edition, which includes the original album re-mastered for a 25th anniversary CD release in 2007. Big Science foresaw the future, mixing performance art, pop, and electronics, most hauntingly on the hit single, "O Superman." "It's worth considering how readily Big Science stands alone, untethered from time and place," says Uncut. "And how, over the course of its near-40-year existence, it has been a record that has come to acquire new resonance with each generation, now standing as one of the most influential albums of the past four decades."

Anderson tours Europe next month with Let X=X, performing music from Big Science to her latest recordings with the New York City band SexMob, in Spain, Slovenia, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, and the UK. You can find details and tickets at nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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Laurie Anderson: 'The Pitchfork Review,' May 2023
  • Friday, May 12, 2023
    Listen: Laurie Anderson, Kim Gordon Talk with 'The Pitchfork Review'

    Laurie Anderson is a guest on the latest episode of The Pitchfork Review podcast. The episode features her conversation with Pitchfork Editor-in-Chief Puja Patel, Kim Gordon, and writer/editor Sinéad Gleeson from the Chicago Humanities Festival in May 2022. They discuss This Woman’s Work, an essay anthology edited by Gordon and Gleeson, which includes a piece about Anderson, and more. You can hear their conversation here via Spotify and Apple Podcasts:

    Laurie Anderson’s 1982 debut album, Big Science, returned to vinyl for the first time in thirty years in 2021 on a new red vinyl edition, which includes the original album re-mastered for a 25th anniversary CD release in 2007. Big Science foresaw the future, mixing performance art, pop, and electronics, most hauntingly on the hit single, "O Superman." "It's worth considering how readily Big Science stands alone, untethered from time and place," says Uncut. "And how, over the course of its near-40-year existence, it has been a record that has come to acquire new resonance with each generation, now standing as one of the most influential albums of the past four decades."

    Anderson tours Europe next month with Let X=X, performing music from Big Science to her latest recordings with the New York City band SexMob, in Spain, Slovenia, Italy, Netherlands, Germany, and the UK. You can find details and tickets at nonesuch.com/on-tour.

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