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Here's a gorgeous track from Nat Baldwin, bassist for Dirty Projectors, that is only seeing the light of day after being recorded over half a decade ago. It comes off the upcoming Dome Branches which…   Read Story »
Vampire Weekend already got plenty of attention for "Diane Young," the frantic first single from their truly great new album Modern Vampires Of The City, when they burned a couple of Saabs in the…   Read Story »
If you caught any of Major Lazer's frantic, fun-as-hell festival-rocking live shows over the last few years, you likely saw girls twerking on speaker-risers, Skerritt Bwoy performing death-defying…   Read Story »
A few months ago, Dirty Projectors frontman Dave Longstreth released his Hi Custodian short film, which used a bunch of songs from the band's Swing Lo Magellan album. And now, like the "About To Die"…   Read Story »
Let's say, just for the sake of argument, that you have not yet carved out the 20 minutes necessary to watch Hi Custodian, the massive and ambitious mini-movie that Dave Longstreth directed, which…   Read Story »
We didn't get to see too many mind-boggling short-form videos this week, but we did get one long one in which one of our greatest, most ambitious indie bands takes its packed-to-bursting,…   Read Story »
Earlier this summer, Dirty Projectors announced the existence of their Hi Custodian short film project, a 20-minute, Dave Longstreth-directed clip that's basically the Dirty Projectors' "Runaway."…   Read Story »
Here's the Dave Longstreth-directed clip for Dirty Projectors' "Gun Has No Trigger," a simple clip filled with Dave Longstreth, Amber Coffman, and Haley Dekle-shaped silhouettes, a strobe light, and…   Read Story »
Dirty Projectors capo Dave Longstreth has been on the lam since his band's triumphant Bitte Orca (and its Björk-bolstered sibling Mount Wittenberg Orca), holing up in more rustic locales quite…   Read Story »
Following up on last week's announcement of a studio-recorded iteration of the unlikely collaboration between Dirty Projectors and Björk -- initiated by DPs cover of "Hyperballad" for our tribute to…   Read Story »