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Watch Dirty Projectors Play The Tonight Show With The Roots, D?WN, & Tyondai Braxton

Dave Longstreth may have reinvented Dirty Projectors as a solo project on the new self-titled album, but that doesn't mean he's rolling solo these days. Last night, Dirty Projectors were on The Tonight Show to play "Cool Your Heart, one of the new album's singles, and Longstreth had a lot of help. The Roots, the…

Dirty Projectors Perform “Cool Your Heart” With D?WN, Tyondai Braxton, the Roots on “Fallon”

Dirty Projectors stopped by “The Tonight Show” last night to perform “Cool Your Heart,” and Dave Longstreth wasn’t alone. D?WN, Tyondai Braxton, and the Roots performed alongside the band, and Longstreth and D?WN used the song’s middle-section for an enjoyably unsynchronized dance breakdown. Show More Summary

The National tease new album

The National have picked up on 2017’s hottest trend: the oh-so “mysterious“ album teaser clip. So far this year we’ve seen everyone from The War on Drugs to Haim to Dirty Projectors to Grizzly Bear (a mind-numbing 14 times, these guys!) take social media promotion to murkier places. The National... Continue reading

NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio, Glenn Greenwald, More to Speak at Northside Festival

Northside Festival is set to take place this year from June 7 to 11 in Brooklyn, New York. They previously revealed their musical lineup, which featured Dirty Projectors, Miguel, Kamasi Washington, and more. The festival has now announced...Show More Summary

Amber Coffman – “No Coffee” Video

3 weeks agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

At the end of March, Amber Coffman shared "No Coffee," the second single following "All To Myself" from her debut solo album, City Of No Reply, alongside a statement about her departure from Dirty Projectors. Today, that song gets a gauzy video featuring Coffman in a pink-hued office in which she dumps coffee on herself,…

Amber Coffman Details Solo Album City of No Reply, Shares New “No Coffee” Video: Watch

Former Dirty Projectors member Amber Coffman has shared the full details for her upcoming debut solo album, City of No Reply, which is out June 2 via Columbia. The album includes the previously released “All to Myself” and “No Coffee.”...Show More Summary

Father John Misty, Dirty Projectors, Mount Eerie, and Sun Kil Moon Find New Ways to Write About Pain

Songwriting is a competitive sport without a rule book, where every lyricist moves a crowd through different means. There are realists who wring pathos from hard truths and fantasists who achieve meaning through the breathtaking subversion of reality. There are scribes like Leonard Cohen, whose best songs brimmed with the ... More »

Amber Coffman Wrote a Song About Not Needing Java, and I Will Not Stand For It

2 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Jezebel

Amber Coffman has released a new track from her upcoming solo album (her first since leaving Dirty Projectors), and its title, “No Coffee,” sounds like something I’d be wildly interested in. As a known java enthusiast, the thought of having “no coffee” is acutely terrifying, and I imagined (based on the title) that… Read more...

Listen to Amber Coffman’s ‘No Coffee’

Hot on the heels of ex-bandmate and ex-partner Dave Longstreth’s latest, self-titled Dirty Projectors album, Amber Coffman is poised to confidently assert herself as a pop music creator of some note. As Vulture previously reported, Longstreth worked on Coffman’s forthcoming album with her, post-relationship; later the two further parted ways ... More »

Amber Coffman – “No Coffee”

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Earlier this week, Amber Coffman gave Stereogum a statement about her departure from Dirty Projectors. Now, following the confident ballad "All To Myself," she’s delivered a shimmying love song in "No Coffee," an instantly likable track from her forthcoming solo debut. Check it out below. …

Amber Coffman Called Leaving Dirty Projectors ‘A Loss’ But a ‘Healthy Choice’

While Amber Coffman prepares to release her first solo album, the former Dirty Projector’s member also faces the release of her ex’s (Dirty Projectors’s Dave Longstreth) breakup album that is intensely blunt about their relationship’s end. Previously, Longstreth and Coffman worked together on her album after their relationship had ended ... More »

Amber Coffman on Dirty Projectors Departure: “Walking Away Was the Only Healthy Choice”

Amber Coffman is gearing up to release City of No Reply, her first solo album, and recently shared the single “All to Myself.” The new music came around the same time as Dave Longstreth’s new Dirty Projectors music, which did not feature Coffman. Show More Summary

Amber Coffman Shares Statement About Her Departure From Dirty Projectors

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Amber Coffman released her single "All To Myself" last fall and revealed plans to release her debut solo LP on Columbia. Now, as she prepares to announce the album, Coffman has shared the following statement with Stereogum regarding her departure from Dirty Projectors: Dave and I indeed broke up in the summer of…

tix on sale for Dirty Projectors, Kamasi Washington & Jay Som in McCarren Park

It's one of two Dirty Projectors shows announced for 2017. Continue reading…

Northside Festival 2017 Lineup: Dirty Projectors, Miguel, Kamasi Washington, More

Northside Festival returns to Brooklyn from June 7-11. Dirty Projectors, Miguel, Kamasi Washington, and Thursday will headline the music portion of the fest. Julia Holter, Girlpool, the Hotelier, Downtown Boys, Jlin, William Basinski, Lower Dens, Ricky Eat Acid, Pup, Vagabon, and Timbre Timbre will also perform. Show More Summary

Dirty Projectors, Miguel & More To Play Northside Festival 2017

It's still freezing outside, but summer is right around the corner if you squint hard enough. And nothing screams summertime like summer music festival season: Northside Festival has announced their initial lineup for this year's festivities, which includes headlining performances from the likes of Dirty Projectors, Miguel, Kamasi Washington, and Thursday. [ more › ]

Dirty Projectors playing Northside with Kamasi Washington & Jay Som before P4k Fest

Dirty Projectors have announced their second show of 2017: a big outdoor Brooklyn show with Kamasi Washington and Jay Som. Continue reading…

Northside 2017: Miguel, Dirty Projectors, And Kamasi Washington Confirmed For New York Festival

Other artists set to play Brooklyn shows include Girlpool, Jay Som, Vagabon, and Ricky Eat Acid.

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