Former Dirty Projector Angel Deradoorian put out her first solo album, The Expanding Flower Planet, last year. Now, following a Boots collab and a Janet Jackson cover, she’s shared a new track called “Unbearable Aliveness,” an eight-minute almost-instrumental drone piece that finds her dipping more heavily into the Eastern-influenced sounds she explored on her debut. […]
Sounds like: Dirty Projectors, ANIMA!, Little Dragon, Song: Hajk - Magazine What's so good? Oh hey Norway, how you doing? Pretty well, hey? Clearly... Hajk are an Oslo-based band, and they're sounding mighty mighty good. They've gotShow More Summary
Kate Shilonosova -- aka NV -- shares a whimsical bonus track from the Japanese version of one of our favorite records of 2016, her enchanting LP Binasu, featuring former Dirty Projector Angel Deradoorian: Continue reading…
Remember a few weeks ago when the notably-tall musician Dave Longstreth cryptically announced a forthcoming Dirty Projectors record by releasing a video for the song “Keep Your Name”? Well, now Dirty Projectors’ notably-honeyvoiced Amber...Show More Summary
Whether she's still in Dirty Projectors or not, Amber's solo debut, 'City of No Reply,' will be out via Columbia sometime in the future. Continue reading…
Coffman’s long-awaited solo album is titled City Of No Reply.
The track is taken from Coffman's debut solo album, City Of No Reply, which will be released by Colombia Records.
The virtuoso vocalist Amber Coffman is a longtime member of the Dirty Projectors, but she wasn’t a part of that band’s recent song “Keep Your Name.” And now, it appears that, at least for one song, she’s gone solo. Coffman has just shared the video for “All To Myself,” a stately, slow-swaying ballad that — […]
Dirty Projectors member Amber Coffman has announced her debut solo album. It’s called City of No Reply and it’s out via Columbia. Today, Coffman has shared the music video for the first offering from the record. The song is called “All to Myself.” Watch the video (directed by Coffman and shot by Jake Magee) below. Show More Summary
The nine songs and videos that caught our pop critics’ attention this week, from Common’s “Black America Again” to LVL Up’s “The Closing Door.”
Take a listen to 10 new passionate performances.
It seems like the Dirty Projectors might have over-exerted themselves back in 2012, when they released both the full-length album Swing Lo Magellan in July and then the About To Die EP in November. Since then, we’ve gotten nothing new from them. Show More Summary
If you’ve been following Dirty Projectors’ recent social media updates, you knew from the cryptic changes to their accounts (neutralizing their profile and cover pictures, sharing brief clips of black and white footage) that they were readying something. After they shared this Tweet two days ago, you may have wondered if, perhaps disappointingly, they’d be releasing a remix […]
In a recent New York Times interview, Justin Vernon talked about how being buddies with Kanye West has taught him that humbleness is highly overrated. He has since reached an epiphany: "Ultimately, I think it’s great to serve others and everything, but I think there’s a certain point where it’s ... More »
David Longstreth is back after a four year absence.
This started so egregiously: Dave Longstreth singing “I don’t know why you abandoned / You were my soul and my partner” after a few church bells and over sparse instrumentation, stretching out syllables in that faux-soul way that’s been all the rage since the late-00s/early-10s (think: Bon Iver or... Continue reading
Dirty Projectors are officially back. After recently teasing new music, the group returns with a video for a new song, titled “Keep Your Name.” The clip is co-directed by David Longstreth and Elon Rutberg. Watch it above, and stay tuned for more DP-related news coming soon. A black bean burger is calling my name, so I gotta go.
David Longstreth doodles and bashes guitars to ring in the band’s first new material since 2012.
Earlier this week the Dirty Projectors returned after nearly four years of silence with some snippets of new music, and now we have a full song—a soul song—from the band. It’s called “Keep Your Name” and it comes with a video directed by Dave Longstreth and Kanye... Continue reading