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Listen to Dirty Projectors’ Cool Your Heart (Remixes) EP

Featuring reworks by Ludwig Göransson, Dre Skull, Equiknoxx, and more

Microorganisms Can’t Hide From DropoScope

The DropoScope is a water-drop projector that works by projecting a laser through a drop of water, ideally dirty water crawling with microorganisms. With the right adjustments, a bright spot of light is projected onto a nearby wall, revealing a magnified image of the tiny animals within. Show More Summary

Pitchfork Festival Friday pics (LCD Soundsystem, Danny Brown, more)

Pitchfork Festival kicked off its 2017 edition on Friday (7/14) with a headlining set from LCD Soundsystem, as well as sets from Arca, Dirty Projectors, Kamaiyah, Danny Brown, Frankie Cosmos, Thurston Moore, Vince Staples, Hiss Golden Messenger, Dawn Richard, Priests, and Madame Gandhi. Show More Summary

Pitchfork Festival streaming live

Angel Olsen, Pinegrove, American Football, Dirty Projectors, Jeff Rosenstock, Mitski, Ride, Arab Strap, and more will have their Pitchfork Festival sets streamed live this weekend. Continue reading…

Today on the Pitchfork Music Festival Live Stream: Dirty Projectors, Danny Brown, More

Also catch performances from Dawn Richard, Thurston Moore, Frankie Cosmos, and more

NEW MUSIC: Amber Coffman, Bedouine, Palehound

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

This week in New Music: Former Dirty Projectors frontwoman Amber Coffman (above) pays tribute to her 90s heroes on her debut solo album, the debut from Aleppo-born Bedouine and Ellen Kempner moves up a grade on her second Palehound album. Amber Coffm… Read

Stream Olga Bell’s Surprise America EP

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

On yesterday's Fourth Of July holiday, one-time Artist To Watch and Dirty Projectors collaborator Olga Bell released a surprise new EP, America, that's intended to serve as a companion to last year's Tempo full-length. It contains three new tracks from the mind-bending producer, including an instrumental version and a Kahn remix of the title track,…

Music Review: Broken Social Scene recaptures its strength in numbers on Hug Of Thunder

If 2017 is a sort of class reunion for 2000s indie rock—with new albums from Arcade Fire, LCD Soundsystem, Spoon, Phoenix, Fleet Foxes, The National, Grizzly Bear, and Dirty Projectors all appearing in the same calendar year—then the members of Broken Social Scene are the clique that breaks off from the main festivities. Show More Summary

Miguel @ McCarren Park (pics & setlist)

After Dirty Projectors, Kamasi Washington, and Jay Som played McCarren Park during Northside Festival but before Thursday, PUP, The Hotelier, Jeff Rosenstock, and Tony Molina did, Miguel headlined the outdoor Brooklyn venue... Continue reading…

Dirty Projectors, Kamasi Washington, & Jay Som @ McCarren Park (pics)

Dirty Projectors played every song on their new album, and David Longstreth's lineup included Tyondai Braxton, Nat Baldwin, Olga Bell, and more... Continue reading…

Dirty Projectors Play New Album In Full At First Show In Four Years

2 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Dirty Projectors played the opening night of Brooklyn's Northside Festival last night and performed their new self-titled album in full, though not in order. As Dave Longstreth jumped around the tracklist, he also played some older cuts, including "Impregnable Question," which he transitioned into the song that samples it, "Keep Your Name." It was the…

What's going on Thursday?

Northside Fest is in full swing, which means even more NYC-area shows than usual. Tonight there's the BV/AdHoc showcase with Aldous Harding, Dirty Projectors/Kamasi Washington/Jay Som, The War On Drugs, Dan Auerbach, Rodrigo y Gabriela, Mary Timony Plays Helium, Giuda, and more. Continue reading…

Amber Coffman on Her Debut Solo Album and Life After Dirty Projectors

For nearly ten years, Amber Coffman was a member of New York indie genre-breakers Dirty Projectors, singing alongside her then-boyfriend Dave Longstreth. Her soft, silky voice stood out on the band’s biggest songs, like “Stillness Is the Move,” and, as the band grew in exposure, she branched out to unexpected ... More »

Episode 265: Orca, Please

On the TFT Podcast, we listen to and discuss dueling breakup albums: The Dirty Projectors’ self-titled release and Amber Coffman’s “City of No Reply.” Episode 265: Orca, Please originally appeared on Overthinking It, the site subjecting the popular culture to a level of scrutiny it probably doesn't deserve. [Latest Posts | Podcast (iTunes Link)]

Stream Amber Coffman City Of No Reply

3 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Amber Coffman spent about a decade as one of the singers for Dirty Projectors, her warm and expressive voice giving that idiosyncratic art-pop group much of its personality. In the past few years, Coffman has become an in-demand collaborator, and now she's venturing out on her own. Next week, she'll release City Of No Reply,…

Brian McOmber – “The Triumph Of Death” (Feat. Angel Deradoorian)

3 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

Brian McOmber, the former Dirty Projectors drummer who played on Bitte Orca and Rise Above, composed the score to the upcoming horror film It Comes At Night. He collaborated with Uniform's Ben Greenberg, Bitte Orchestra string arranger Jordan Dykstra, and Lichens, and the soundtrack also features another former Dirty Projector in Angel Deradoorian, who worked…

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

3 months agoMusic / Indie Music : Stereogum

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

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