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The Hangout organizers presumably intend the word "Hangout" to be read with leisurely fellowship in mind, and certainly that matches the vibe here in Gulf Shores. But one passable alternate reading…   Read Story »
Today, the Dirty Projectors release a new 12" single, one where various different producers remix "The Socialites," a song from their 2012 album Swing Lo Magellan. Hot Chip's Joe Goddard contributed…   Read Story »
After experimenting with three formats for the Monthly Mix -- MP3 zip, Spotify playlist, Soundcloud set, etc. -- in March we finally came upon a solution that pleased everyone: all of them. And so,…   Read Story »
Mild-mannered French superstars Phoenix have already lined up a serious cast of heavy hitters to remix or rework their new single "Entertainment": Grizzly Bear, Dinosaur Jr., Blood Orange. And now…   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 »
For a new 12" single, Dirty Projectors have lined up a pretty great cast of producers to remix the Swing Lo Magellan track "The Socialites." AlunaGeorge and FaltyDL have both contributed remixes, as…   Read Story »
Last month, Dirty Projectors played Carnegie Hall, and you want to make sure you've got something special for the merch table when you do a thing like that. So for the occasion, the band made a…   Read Story »
Last night on Conan, Dirty Projectors came through to play the fiery Swing Lo Magellan opener "Offspring Are Blank," giving the world a rare opportunity to hear Dave Longstreth when he's maybe just a…   Read Story »
It seems like just yesterday when I first caught the Dirty Projectors at the Troubadour in 2009. They have made the rounds in Los Angeles, playing the Jensen Rec Center, the Walt Disney Concert Hall,…   Read Story »
During a recent session for the Australian radio station Triple J, Dirty Projectors took it upon themselves to cover Usher's "Climax," the one recent radio hit that shows the sort of melodic…   Read Story »