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25 killer albums turning 10 in 2019

If 2008 was the year that saw some pop (Coldplay), rock (Kings Of Leon) and hip-hop (Lil Wayne) giants cement their place as the...

Dirty Projectors – ‘Lamp Lit Prose’ review

Rarely has an album so full of joy and life started in such a sombre way. “The sky has darkened, Earth turned to Hell,”...
Dirty Projectors new album

Dirty Projectors announce new album featuring Haim, Robin Pecknold, Rostam and more

Dirty Projectors have announced their new album, titled 'Lamp Lit Prose'. It serves as the follow-up to last year's self-titled record and will be...
Amber Coffman Dirty Projectors departure

Amber Coffman shares statement on leaving Dirty Projectors

Amber Coffman has opened up about her departure from the Dirty Projectors, saying it was never her "intention" or "wish" to leave the band. Coffman...
Kanye West Paul McCartney Dirty Projectors Ezra Koenig song

Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Dirty Projectors and Ezra Koenig song reportedly recorded

A song featuring Kanye West, Paul McCartney, Dirty Projectors and Vampire Weekend's Ezra Koenig was allegedly recorded by Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth. McCartney previously teamed...

Dirty Projectors and Fleet Foxes members debate the decline of indie music

Members of indie bands Dirty Projectors and Fleet Foxes have taken to Instagram to debate the so-called decline of the genre. Dirty Projectors frontman Dave...
Sleater-Kinney The National Creedence Clearwater Revival

Watch Sleater-Kinney and The National cover Creedence Clearwater Revival at Planned Parenthood benefit concert

Sleater-Kinney and The National performed at an official after-party for the Women's March on Washington last night (January 21), which took place at the...
Dirty Projectors

Dirty Projectors announce new album, share new song ‘Up In Hudson’

Dirty Projectors have announced a new self-titled album, their first since 2012's 'Swing Lo Magellan'. Over the last few months, the Brooklyn group have been...

New Dirty Projectors music accidentally revealed by Spotify

Spotify have accidentally revealed new music from Dirty Projectors. An email sent to subscribers over the weekend let slip the title and cover art of an...

Dirty Projectors return with new single ‘Keep Your Name’ – listen

The NY six-piece are back with their first new material since the 2012 'About To Die' EP