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On Friday, just as the weekend was getting set to jump off, Dirty Projectors left us with their surprisingly smooth new single "Gun Has No Trigger." And today, the band announces all the details…   Read Story »
Well, the full-length followup to 2009's best album is imminent, as indicated by a fresh new Soundcloud upload by Domino Records. "Gun Has No Trigger" is the name of the first single from Dirty…   Read Story »
Major Lazer dropped a tour teaser today that premiered a snippet of a the new "Get Free," a track that features Dirty Projectors' Amber Coffman. It's out officially 4/16, but scope the trailer in the…   Read Story »
The "discovery" function of SXSW faded long ago, when the internet democratized access to information and YouTube brought every band's live show to everyone's laptops. And at SXSW, this annual cattle…   Read Story »
For Record Store Day (April 21), Domino and Ribbon will put out the multi-media Smugglers Way Flexi-Disc Zine, a release that combines a 24-page zine with five flexi discs of unreleased material by…   Read Story »
Dirty Projectors capo Dave Longstreth has been on the lam since his band's triumphant Bitte Orca (and its Bj√∂rk-bolstered sibling Mount Wittenberg Orca), holing up in more rustic locales quite…   Read Story »
Last year, Dirty Projectors member Nat Baldwin released his solo album People Changes. Today, he gives us a truly great music video for the album track "Weights." If I describe much of director Willy…   Read Story »
It's ten years since Michael Azerrad first published his defining DIY '80s scene portrait Our Band Could Be Your Life, which covered an independent music culture that changed irrevocably a decade…   Read Story »
That's Nat Baldwin pictured above clutching a basketball, as he is wont to do when not clutching an electric bass behind David Longstreth in Dirty Projectors, or an upright one performing under his…   Read Story »
Michael Azerrad's Our Band Could Be Your Life: Scenes From The American Indie Underground 1981-1991 is a great book, an essential read for folks who were there from the beginning, came in a little…   Read Story »