The B-side to a limited tour seven-inch, this finds the Projectors at their most gently playful. It’s a rootsy jangle with Dave Longstreth’s vocals Paul Simon-warm and wistful over skittery…

The tour-only seven inch track treads between the requisite ‘zany’ Brooklynite awkwardness and pure melodic thrill with some aplomb. Scrappy as it tries its best to sound, this ode to…

The sixth album by Dirty Projectors is the sound of a band sprouting in multiple directions. Although you imagine that Dave Longstreth, the Brooklyn ensemble’s founder and sole constant member,…

Some dude singing an inspirational ditty about “finding” the “truth” and “knowing yourself” alongside a chorus of angelic girls might not sound appealing. And fair enough. This is not New…

Dave Longstreth and his coven of singers return with a few choice words for folk in power. Played out over a slow groove, D-Lo preaches that victory belongs to those…

Pity the maverick, won’t you? While blinkered bands peddle straightforward (read: drab), indie ‘Music For The People’ with nary a murmur of complaint, others stick their heads above the parapet…

The fourth album from Brooklyn’s David Longstreth, aka Dirty Projectors, is what he calls a “reimagining” of Black Flag’s seminal 1981 punk rock album ‘Damaged’, but realised with violins, samples…