Pitchfork recently unveiled a new series on the video-based part of their site, Pitchfork.tv, called “60 Seconds Left.” For just one minute, artists are allowed to express themselves however they want.
Pitchfork partnered with four Paris-based photographers, Guillaune Brouzes, Aslak Lefevre, Sylvain Gouverneur and Barbara Silverstone, for the show. The photographers already had a few episodes under their belts, but the new collections are the first with their Pitchfork collaboration. Their first three episodes were done at the Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona and include the Walkmen, Gang Gang Dance and Baths.
Since the show is so spontaneous you are bound to see some crazy anticst, including two members of the Walkmen wrestling while performing “One Headlight” from the Wallflowers.
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