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Dirty Projectors

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Dirty Projectors  Stillness Is the Move   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  No Intention   buy on itunes
David Byrne & Dirty Projectors  Knotty Pine   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Two Doves   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Rise Above   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  I Sit On The Ridge At Dusk   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Bitte Bitte Orca   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Katy At the Mall, Pts. 1 & 2   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Because Your Light Is Turning Green   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Grandfather's Jacket   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  What I See   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  I Will Truck   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Jolly Jolly Jolly Ego   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Like Once-Heated Milk   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Naked We Made It   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Cannibal Resource   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  (Throw On) The Hazard Lights   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Stillness Is the Move   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Depression   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  We Are Swaddled   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  The Glad Fact   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Twenty-Foot Stalks   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  With U Icon (An Homage)   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Oh Yeah   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Remade Horizon   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Nevermind   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Retinal Heal   buy on itunes
Dirty Projectors  Wave the Bloody Shirt   buy on itunes

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Now that they've played Lincoln Center and collaborated with David Byrne (the punchy percussion and mad-for-it melodies of "Knotty Pine"), it's hard to believe that Dirty Projectors spent years building a cult following on Brooklyn's barely legal circuit. It's true though: a Yale dropout (singer/multi-instrumentalist Dave Longstreth) really did find his way across the bridge from the Big Apple — atop loft-party bills that actually encouraged feral guitar riffs, ragged West African rhythms, and wildly expressive backup singers. And with that, Dirty Projectors have become leaders of the underground, a group that can get away with a richly textured Don Henley tribute one second (the hollow cowbells and haunting graveyard shift chorus of "I Sit On the Ridge At Dusk") and a free-associative spin on Henry Rollins ("Gimmie Gimmie Gimmie") the next.
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