Pitchfork took its biggest step toward MP3 blogization this morning with the launch of Forkcast, which usurps the “Free Downloads” feature and the track reviews section of the site, combining ‘em into one tidy, top-right column. The gist is that it’ll offer downloadable/streaming songs and videos and wrap ‘em in some editorial. Sorry snobs, no more five-star track rankings; just a gush of love. In other words, it’s gonna look a lot like your blog! Without the comments. Today’s Forkcast has an advance track from the new Ted Leo and the Pharmacists, and we’ll be honest, that ain’t a bad way to get us on board.