Not obviously a record that feels like its creator made it for his mental health – more that he looked at the mess of his life and saw a great new concept
Dirty Projectors' self-titled release is one of my favorite albums of the year. NE-HI's Offers, Peter Silberman's Impermanence (the first solo album from the Amtlers frontman), Sun Kil Moon's Common As Light and Love Are Red Valleys of Blood,...
Dave Longstreth goes solo and embraces change with the new self-titled Dirty Projectors album. In this in-depth interview, he explains what it all means.
With so much good music being released all the time, it can be hard to determine what to listen to first. Every week, Pitchfork offers a run-down of significant new releases available on streaming services. This week’s batch includes...Show More Summary
David Longstreth didn’t need to spout off on Instagram to set his musical project, Dirty Projectors, apart from the last 15 years of indie rock that it is generally associated with. Longstreth’s music does that on its own. His best-known...Show More Summary
Dave Longstreth's post-breakup journey is an unusual, ultimately uplifting ride.
This week's show included songs from Ride, Spoon, The Jesus & Mary Chain, Dirty Projectors, Mac DeMarco, Real Estate, Ryan Adams, a tribute to Kurt Cobain, and more. Continue reading…
They say that in life good things come to those who wait. But sometimes, that is blissfully not the case. Dirty Projectors, who have been teasing their drastically different new album for months now, decided to say ‘fck it’ and have blessed us with the new record several days ahead of schedule without warning. Stream […]
“Been 4 years, 7 months, and 11 days — long enough!”
Because our long national Milo crisis is over, check out today's end-of-day links: Kimmel considering late night retirement, Clowes forgives LaBeouf, teen wakes up on way to his own funeral, new Spoon & Dirty Projectors, and dog hunts cookie. Show More Summary
Featuring Dave Longstreth rapping, which is better than you think!
Dirty Projectors have release their new, self-titled album three days early! “Been 4 years, 7 months & 11 days— long enough! 3 days early, preorders are in the mail & the album in stores. Dirty Projectors is out today,” read a tweet from the band’s leader Dave Longstreth. The album is... Continue reading
Seventh LP finds David Longstreth turning "struggles with loneliness and heartbreak into glitchy dance music."
The album is in stores a few days early, and streaming on Facebook Live. Continue reading…
Dirty Projectors' new self-titled album is dense, polished, deeply self-referential, and really great. And it's currently streaming on Facebook Live. Below, check it out while you still can; there's no telling whether it will repeat...
Dirty Projectors have released their new self-titled album, Dirty Projectors, three days ahead of schedule. In a tweet, David Longstreth said, “Been 4 years, 7 months & 11 days— long enough! 3 days early, preorders are in the mail & the album in stores. Show More Summary
D avid Longstreth's recent comments on Instagram regarding the decay of the concept of indie rock are as valid a critique that I've yet read on the past decade-plus of Western music culture.
Dirty Projectors Dirty Projectors [Domino; 2017] Rating: 2.5/5 D avid Longstreth’s recent comments on Instagram regarding the decay of the concept of indie rock are as valid a critique that I’ve yet read on the past decade-plus of Western music culture. Show More Summary
When the Dirty Projectors front man David Longstreth set up his studio in L.A. to work on his new self-titled album, he had two things on his mind: change and stability. So he started by erecting a shrine to his teenage musical idols as a reminder of who he was ... More »