Dave Longstreth and Dirty Projectors support their joyful new album with a tour that brings them to Thalia Hall on Tuesday.
Tag: Dirty Projectors
Former Battles front man Tyondai Braxton plays his first solo set in Chicago since 2006
Tyondai Braxton (son of Anthony) brings his herky-jerky analog-synth music to Constellation on Saturday.
The Reader’s takes on the 2017 Pitchfork Music Festival
Our preview package covers Solange and the breadth of black cultural expression, Jeff Rosenstock and Pitchfork’s relationship to DIY, Survive and music media’s infatuation with prestige TV, and much more.
DIY gadfly Jeff Rosenstock climbs into the belly of the Pitchfork beast
Jeff Rosenstock, who led DIY collective Bomb the Music Industry! for a decade, plays a gig at a festival that costs $75 per day.
Pitchfork’s veteran acts confront the trap of the crowd favorite
Veteran Pitchfork acts LCD Soundsystem, PJ Harvey, and Ride have had mixed success evolving past the sounds that made them famous.
Listen to the first single from Deradoorian’s upcoming solo album
The former member of Dirty Projectors casts a deep spell on her own.
12 O’Clock Track: ‘Perm Krai,’ twitchy Russian-language art-pop from Olga Bell
Scintillating solo music from the Dirty Projectors’ keyboardist and harmony singer.
Gossip Wolf: Icy Demons bassist Griffin Rodriguez needs help bouncing back from a bike crash
Icy Demons bassist Griffin Rodriguez needs help bouncing back from a bike crash, and more.
In Rotation: Audio engineer Tim Iseler on “Darth Vader’s Cock and Balls”
Audio engineers Tim Iseler and Jeremy Lemos on “Darth Vader’s Cock and Balls” and the Dirty Projectors at the Sydney Opera
Gossip Wolf: A flood of new tapes from Teen River
New tapes from Teen River, news from superduo Acteurs (Disappears, White/Light), and more.
Dirty Projector Nat Baldwin and his bass
Nat Baldwin of Dirty Projectors brings his peculiar bass-and-voice solo project to the Hideout on Friday.
Early Warnings Roundup
This week’s Early Warnings include Deerhunter, Frightened Rabbit, the National, New Pornographers, Gaslight Anthem, Dirty Projectors, the Umbrella Music Festival, Social Distortion, Magic Kids, and Wavves.
The Reader’s Guide to Lollapalooza 2010
The lay of the land, critics’ picks, and afterparties
Best of 2009, Part Four
The final installment of my top 40 albums of 2009
My Favorite Things: Aughties Edition
Because no list of albums could sum up what’s happened to music in the past ten years