Back in October, Pitchfork announced that it will be producing a music festival in New York in February called Forms, a "full-on four-day multi-media festival" in partnership with Bowery Presents and videogame company Kill Screen. The festival "celebrates and explores the interconnected and growing worlds of independent music, art, and gaming."
However, today the site announced that the event has been postponed, saying only that further details will be coming "later."
The post reads in full: "Pitchfork, The Bowery Presents, and Killscreen are postponing FORMS, the NYC-based event series we collectively created as a way to celebrate the best of music, art, games, and the intersections in between. As the series took shape these past few months, we found it growing bigger and more complex in very exciting ways. We followed those threads, expanded the vision, and simply ran out of time. Pitchfork, Bowery Presents, and Killscreen have a history of throwing spectacular events and producing great content, and we have decided to give ourselves more time to ensure that FORMS is the best it can be. For now, we plan to take a brief pause and provide more information later."