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Here's a sneak peek of this Friday's episode of Portlandia. J Mascis and members of Dirty Projectors perform with a character played by Carrie Brownstein in sketch called "Battle Of The Gentle…   Read Story »
Every live-in-studio Dirty Projectors video is worth watching, simply because it's pretty amazing to watch human beings recreate all those tricky arrangements with their actual hands and mouths. The…   Read Story »
GQ has crafted a guide to dressing for the new year starring a few artists who made some of our favorite music of 2012. The photo gallery features Grizzly Bear, Dirty Projectors, Dev Hynes, and…   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 »
On Saturday 11/17, some of indie rock's most prominent names got together to stage a benefit for victims of Hurricane Sandy. Real Estate, Vampire Weekend, Devendra Banhart, the Walkmen's Hamilton…   Read Story »
Last night, Dirty Projectors brought their endlessly tricky chamber-pop to the stage at the Late Show With David Letterman, playing the Swing Lo Magellan single "About To Die" while the classical…   Read Story »
Here's another cut from Dirty Projectors' forthcoming About To Die EP, a spare, swirling orchestra-accented cut called "While You're Here." Dave Longstreth takes the lead here and earlier today…   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 »