Dirty Projectors

Dirty Projectors Play ‘About to Die’ on ‘Letterman’
Dirty Projectors Play ‘About to Die’ on ‘Letterman’
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 -- fron
Dirty Projectors, ‘About To Die’ – Album Review
Dirty Projectors, ‘About To Die’ – Album Review
What must it be like in the mind of David Longstreth? The frontman of the Dirty Projectors leads one of our era's most beloved bands, and the lush strings and interlocking vocals of ‘Bitte Orca’ and ‘Swing Lo Magellan’ have become as familiar to listeners as well-loved furniture. An EP, then, constitutes a bonus, complementing and expanding on the Projectors’ careful, measured work of the past fiv
Dirty Projectors, ‘While You’re Here’ [Listen]
Dirty Projectors, ‘While You’re Here’ [Listen]
Dirty Projectors have lined up a Nov. 6 release date for their 'About to Die' EP, the follow-up to the band's latest full-length album, 'Swing Lo Magellan,' which dropped in July. The Projectors have just issued a track from the EP titled  'While You’re Here,' and frontman David Longstreth took to Twitter to reveal that the tune was penned as a tribute to late TV on the Radio bassist Gerard Smith,
Dirty Projectors’ Short Film ‘Hi Custodian’ Debuts Online
Dirty Projectors’ Short Film ‘Hi Custodian’ Debuts Online
We told you last month that Dirty Projectors mastermind David Longstreth's new short film 'Hi Custodian' would have its online premiere on Sept. 7 -- yup, that's today -- and we weren't lying! The flick, which stars all of the other members of the band, had its official premiere when it was screened at New York City's Landmark Sunshine Cinema last night, and now it's streaming online for your at-h
Dirty Projectors Film ‘Hi Custodian’ to Get New York and YouTube Premieres
Dirty Projectors Film ‘Hi Custodian’ to Get New York and YouTube Premieres
'Hi Custodian,' a new short film written and directed by Dirty Projectors mastermind David Longstreth and starring all other members of the band, will premiere on Sept. 6 at New York City's Landmark Sunshine Cinema. The evening will feature two free screenings of the movie, to be followed by a Q&A with Longstreth, members of the band and director of photography Bobby Bukowski.

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