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Tuesday, December 10, 2019

Dirty Projectors - "FourFiveSeconds / Knotty Pine" [Rock & Alternative]

FourFiveSeconds / Knotty Pine

"FourFiveSeconds / Knotty Pine" music video by Dirty Projectors
Added: 10-12-2019
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Dirty Projectors - FourFiveSeconds / Knotty Pine (Official Video)

Dirty Projectors - "FourFiveSeconds / Knotty Pine" from 'Sing The Melody', out now on Domino Record Co.

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Visual FX and editing by: Clayton McCracken
Shot by: Ebru Yildiz

Recorded live at Power Station in New York City, NY on November 17, 2018
Engineered by Gloria Kaba, assisted by Brandon Chevere
Mixed by Gloria Kaba at Power Station in New York City, NY

Dirty Projectors are:
David Longstreth — Voice, Guitar, Organelle
Felicia Douglass — Voice, Nord, Percussion
Kristin Slipp — Voice, Rhodes, Wurlitzer, Nord, OP-1
Maia Friedman — Voice, Guitar, Percussion
Mike Johnson — Drums, Percussion
Nat Baldwin — Bass, SH-101


An eclectic indie rock act from New York, Dirty Projectors are a band of stylistic contradictions. Creating music that is at once challenging and accessible, Dirty Projectors' recordings are full of engaging melodies, thoughtful arrangements, and polished harmonies that are punctuated with angular stylistic shifts, wiry guitar work, and lyrics whose themes sometimes run counter to the sounds they accompany. Making their bow in 2002, Dirty Projectors grew from the solo work of Dave Longstreth, and the prolific vocalist, songwriter, and guitarist guided the project through four full-length albums in their first three years, including the ambitious concept album The Getty Address. Rise Above, a set of reimagined Black Flag covers released in 2007, earned Dirty Projectors plenty of press attention, and 2009's Bitte Orca, their Domino Records debut, was the group's breakthrough release, rising to number 65 on the Top 200 albums chart. After a collaboration with Björk, Longstreth parted ways with his frequent collaborator and romantic partner Amber Coffman, leading to a deeply personal 2017 album titled Dirty Projectors. The band returned to its more familiar brand of eccentric pop with R&B and electronic influences on 2018's Lamp Lit Prose.

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