Following revelations of Life or Death PR CEO Heathcliff Berru's alleged sexual misconduct, some of his former employees have opened up about their new venture.
The bassist made the allegations on Twitter, prompting others like Best Coast's Bethany Cosentino to back up her claims.
All of Bikini Bottom will be reimagined for a live action Broadway musical featuring original songs some of the biggest names in music.
NYC experimental indie rockers the Dirty Projectors have released a video for ‘Impregnable Question.’ It’s the sixth and final clip to come from their latest album, ‘Swing Lo Magellan,’ which arrived in July. After watching this thing, you might find the Projectors’ ‘Impregnable Question’ is just as impregnable as it was before.
How many different versions of 'Entertainment' can your ears take? A lot, apparently. French electro-rockers Phoenix have commissioned several indie acts -- including Grizzly Bear, Dinosaur Jr. and Blood Orange -- to produce remixes of the first single off their new album, 'Bankrupt!' and now Dirty Projectors have tried their hand at redoing the tune.
Major Lazer's sophomore album, ‘Free the Universe,’ is due out next week, and they stopped by ‘Late Night With Jimmy Fallon’ last night (April 11) to perform a new song from the disc. The clip (watch above) features electronic mastermind Diplo jamming out onstage to ‘Get Free’ alongside the Dirty Projectors’ Amber Coffman and David Longstreth and the show’s house band, the Roots.
Earlier this week, Bottle Rock 2013 revealed a handful of acts to look forward to at this year’s festival, set to take place from May 10-12 in Napa Valley, Calif. The full lineup for the three-day event has since been announced, and big additions include Kings of Leon and Dirty Projectors.
Brooklyn outfit Dirty Projectors hit the 'Late Night With David Letterman' stage last night (Nov. 14) for a performance of 'About to Die,' a tune from their recently released EP of the same name. Backed by a sprawling collective of musicians -- two percussionists, a bassist, a keyboardist, a guitarist and a six-piece string section, with many of the female members providing vocal harmonies -- frontman David Longstreth coaxed out all the song's subtle sonic details, and the result sounded absolutely sublime.