CLUB CRUSH SPECIAL EDITION ALERT! The Governors Ball will return to Randalls Island this weekend, and lucky for us, Brooklyn is getting a big slice of the action. In what has become an annual tradition, fans will have the opportunity to double down on many of the festival’s most highly anticipated acts thanks to the […]
SPONSORED POST It’s our favorite time of the year! Northside Festival has just announced its first wave of 2017 artists and speakers— it’s safe to say they have outdone themselves yet again. Northside Music, which runs from June 8-11, will feature headlining shows from Dirty Projectors, Miguel, Thursday, and Kamasi Washington.
Dirty Projectors’ just released their highly anticipated self-titled album today even
Pauly Shore was in the neighborhood this weekend for
Photo by Jason Frank Rothenberg Dirty Projectors and Noah Baumbach are shooting a video in Greenpoint and you can be a part of it. The shoot is tomorrow March 5th around 3pm. They ask that you email [email protected] gmail.com if you are interested. – @joshmorrissey
Brooklyn’s Dirty Projectors went on the Australian Radio show Triple J and did Usher proud with their cover of his R&B jam Climax. Dirty Projectors’ next scheduled NYC area show is in June at The Governor’s Ball.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before: In 2002, an Ivy League student recorded a quirky, yet promising album on a four-track in his bedroom. He dropped out of school and moved to Brooklyn to pursue a music career, fueled by the modest buzz surrounding the release. It’s an archetypal story, but it’s important […]
The release of Swing Lo Magellan, Dirty Projectors followup to the smash Bitte Orca. And now Dirty Projectors are giving us a new track, “Dance For You.” It’s light, upbeat and feels so effortless, while still maintains the classic something-sorta-off that Dirty Projectors have built their catalog on.
The Forms never really came off as a band who would release an record of remixes. Their two albums are guitar-heavy, oddly-timed and rocked out (in a good way). But with the transformation into a two-piece of Alex Tween and Matt Walsh, the subtraction of guitars, and the addition of synthesizers and electronic drums, we […]