Business Decisions. Today there is a message on Pitchfork's website explaining that they have had trouble paying the bills and are taking on a huge corporate sponsorship. This means less indie reviews and more Nickelback reviews.

This doesn't bother me terribly because I really only use Pitchfork as a news source. Their reviews are pretty shabby. The problem is the way they've explained it to us through a message on the front page. The language is very defensive. Maybe it's because he doesn't like the way he has to go or maybe it's because he's afraid to show his real skin--who knows. I just think it could have been done in a more graceful manner.

Also, who cares if there's a few business rock reviews mixed in with the indie stuff? I think it's nice. Now if they'd stop telling a story before every review I would probably start/keep reading them.