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Pitchfork Festival Friday pics (LCD Soundsystem, Danny Brown, more)

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Pitchfork Festival kicked off its 2017 edition on Friday (7/14) with a headlining set from LCD Soundsystem, as well as sets from Arca, Dirty Projectors, Kamaiyah, Danny Brown, Frankie Cosmos, Thurston Moore, Vince Staples, Hiss Golden Messenger, Dawn Richard, Priests, and Madame Gandhi. The festival continues throughout the weekend, and some sets are streaming live.

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Pitchfork Festival streaming live

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Angel Olsen, Pinegrove, American Football, Dirty Projectors, Jeff Rosenstock, Mitski, Ride, Arab Strap, and more will have their Pitchfork Festival sets streamed live this weekend.

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watch the trailer for the Other Music documentary (which just launched a Kickstarter)

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The documentary’s trailer that features interviews with members of Animal Collective, Vampire Weekend, Interpol, Yeah Yeah Yeahs and more, not to mention Benicio Del Toro, Jason Schwartzman, and more.

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Pitchfork Festival 2017 set times

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There are only two times that two artists go on at the same time as each other.

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Dirty Projectors, Kamasi Washington, & Jay Som @ McCarren Park (pics)

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Dirty Projectors played every song on their new album, and David Longstreth’s lineup included Tyondai Braxton, Nat Baldwin, Olga Bell, and more…

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Amber Coffman shares new solo single “No Coffee” and statement on Dirty Projectors split

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“It was never my intention or wish to leave the band or end my friendship with Dave. It was a surprise to me to learn last September about his album plans, the content, timing, use of the band name, etc” — Coffman on no longer being a Dirty Projector.

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Pitchfork Fest 2017 lineup (PJ Harvey, Angel Olsen, Arab Strap, LCD, Ride, more)

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PJ Harvey, Angel Olsen, Arab Strap, Ride, The Avalanches, American Football, Mitski, Dirty Projectors, Danny Brown, Thurston Moore Group, and more to play the Chicago festival.

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BrooklynVegan Blog Radio on SiriusXMU: Playlist for February 22, 2017

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This week’s show included songs from Ride, Spoon, The Jesus & Mary Chain, Dirty Projectors, Mac DeMarco, Real Estate, Ryan Adams, a tribute to Kurt Cobain, and more.

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Watch Sleater-Kinney cover the CCR classic “Fortunate Son” at the Women’s March on Washington

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Watch Sleater-Kinney cover the CCR classic “Fortunate Son” at the Women’s March on Washington

Sleater-Kinney | Photo by Megan Kelly | keganmellyphotography.tumblr.com

At the hub of this weekend’s Women’s March in Washington DC, Planned Parenthood hosted an expansive benefit concert, with Sleater-Kinney sharing the headlining bill with The National.

Sleater-Kinney brought something extra special to their set, with Planned Parenthood president Cecile Richards (as well as The National’s Matt Berninger and Dirty Projectors‘ Dave Longstreth) joining them onstage to perform the Vietnam-era staple “Fortunate Son” by Creedence Clearwater Revival.

Although Sleater-Kinney have included the anti-war protest tune in their set for multiple years, CCR’s classic perfectly fit the outspoken vibe of the day, ...

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Dance ‘Apocalipstick’: New Cherry Glazerr, Foxygen and Dirty Projectors on the Indie Rock Hit Parade

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Dance ‘Apocalipstick’: New Cherry Glazerr, Foxygen and Dirty Projectors on the Indie Rock Hit Parade

Cherry Glazerr | Photo by Felisha Tolentino, courtesy of the artist

The Indie Rock Hit Parade is coming for YOU tonight at 11pm ET on XPN! Listen for a floor-to-ceiling spread of brand new tracks on tonight’s two-hour show. In the mix are new releases from Spoon, Dirty Projectors, Diet Cig and more, plus a DOUBLE ALBUM SPOTLIGHT on two new records that just came out today. We’ll hear from the explosive California trio Cherry Glazerr, and we’ll dig in to the string-swept new album from Foxygen. Check out a few of the new things below, won’t you?


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Dirty Projectors double down on heartbreak with “Little Bubble”

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Dirty Projectors double down on heartbreak with “Little Bubble”

Dirty Projectors | still from video

I’m not a praying man by any stretch of the imagination, but tonight, after I’ve brushed my teeth and my mom tucks me into bed, I’m going to say one for Dave Longstreth. A few months ago, Dirty Projectors broke its radio silence with “Keep Your Name,” a glitchy, gloomy ballad that saw Longstreth exploring themes of loss and isolation. Now, we have “Little Bubble,” a song that makes up for its lack of a rap verse by doubling down on heartbreak. The track premiered today with a hauntingly beautiful new video, which you can stream below.

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Feel the heat of new Dirty Projectors, Sneaks and Suburban Living on the Indie Rock Hit Parade

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Feel the heat of new Dirty Projectors, Sneaks and Suburban Living on the Indie Rock Hit Parade

Dave Longstreth of Dirty Projectors in the “Keep Your Name” video

Once again we arrive at the end of another barn-burner of a week. That means it’s time for the Indie Rock Hit Parade to invade your personal space at 11pm ET on WXPN. Listen for a full two-hour show (shortly after the October edition of Making Time RADio with Dave P) for a smattering of new tracks from all over the place. We’ll get to the long-awaited return of experimental pop twisters Dirty Projectors, and speculate as to what their new record will sound like. Also in ...

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Dirty Projectors keep teasing new songs on Twitter, but does that mean a new record is coming?

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Dirty Projectors keep teasing new songs on Twitter, but does that mean a new record is coming?

If you are into Experimental Pop/Rock than chances are, you are familiar with the six-piece band, Dirty Projectors. The group hasn’t released an album since 2012’s  Swing Lo Magellan, but still garners well over 200,000 monthly Spotify listeners. One can only assume that many of these listeners would be ecstatic for a new release.

On Monday, Dirty Projectors made it clear that they are very aware of the high anticipation for their next LP when they posted a nineteen second video to their Twitter account of a pair of praying hands accompanied by an audio clip. This teaser was followed up ...

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Dirty Projectors keep teasing new songs on Twitter, but does that mean a new record is coming?

Source: The Key (WXPN)

 

Dirty Projectors keep teasing new songs on Twitter, but does that mean a new record is coming?

If you are into Experimental Pop/Rock than chances are, you are familiar with the six-piece band, Dirty Projectors. The group hasn’t released an album since 2012’s  Swing Lo Magellan, but still garners well over 200,000 monthly Spotify listeners. One can only assume that many of these listeners would be ecstatic for a new release.

On Monday, Dirty Projectors made it clear that they are very aware of the high anticipation for their next LP when they posted a nineteen second video to their Twitter account of a pair of praying hands accompanied by an audio clip. This teaser was followed up ...

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