Dirty Projectors

Deradoorian – Nia In The Dark

Deradoorian, the solo project of Dirty Projectors and Avey Tare collaborator Angel Deradoorian, releases her new mini-album Eternal Recurrence on October 6 via Anticon. Pre-order here. Deradoorian wrote the vocal harmonies for a friend, the Los Angeles-based musician Nia Andrews. As a press release points out: “Honoring and extending gratitude towards friends, and their individual strengths, became crucial to constructing Eternal Recurrence.” Deradoorian… Read more »

Deradoorian – Mountainside

Deradoorian, the solo project of Dirty Projectors and Avey Tare collaborator Angel Deradoorian, releases her new mini-album Eternal Recurrence on October 6 via Anticon. Pre-order here.

Video: Amber Coffman – No Coffee

Directed by Zia Anger. Amber Coffman’s forthcoming debut solo album City Of No Reply will be released on June 2 via Columbia Records.

Amber Coffman – No Coffee

Amber Coffman has shared the second single from her long-anticipated debut solo album, City Of No Reply. No Coffee follows last year’s All to Myself and comes just days after Coffman releases a statement on her departure from Dirty Projectors. Coffman recently confirmed she had split with Dirty Projectors frontman Dave Longstreth and left the… Read more »

Dirty Projectors – Cool Your Heart (feat. D∆WN)

Dirty Projectors will release their forthcoming new self-titled album on February 24 via Domino Records. As the release of Dirty Projectors’ new self-titled album on February 24 approaches, they release another single. Cool Your Heart, co-written by David Longstreth and Solange Knowles, during breaks from sessions for Solange’s album A Seat At The Table, is a… Read more »

Dirty Projectors – Up In Hudson

Dirty Projectors have announced their forthcoming new self-titled album will be released on February 24 via Domino Records. The news comes after several teases and a pair of new tracks, Keep Your Name and Little Bubble, and marks the band’s seventh full-length to date following 2012’s Swing Lo Magellan. The new Dirty Projectors song Up… Read more »

Video: Dirty Projectors – Little Bubble

After teasing a new song online earlier this week, Dirty Projectors have now released the full version of Little Bubble. The track follows the previously-shared Keep Your Name, which was the first new Dirty Projectors song since their 2012 LP, Swing Lo Magellan. It’s described in a press released as “about love and loss.” The… Read more »

Video: Amber Coffman – All to Myself

Dirty Projectors singer/guitarist Amber Coffman has shared the gorgeous first single from her long-anticipated debut solo album, City Of No Reply. The song comes two weeks after the release of David Longstreth and Dirty Projector’s beautiful single Keep Your Name. Speaking about All to Myself, Coffman had the following to say; “For anyone who’s ever… Read more »