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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Dirty Projectors - "Holy Mackerel" [Pop]

Holy Mackerel

"Holy Mackerel" music video by Dirty Projectors
Added: 19-08-2020
Genre : Pop
Description : Dirty Projectors - Holy Mackerel (Official Music Video)

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Executive Producer – Caleb Negassa
Director – Dave Longstreth
Creative Director/Editor – Jakob Frank
Director of Photography – Keelan Carothers
1st AC – Kelsey Juddo
Gaffer – Tyler Rousseau
Key Grip – Nick Deruve
Grip – Stephen Ji
Grip – Kyle Hardesty
PA – Austin Litt
PA – Carlos Garcia
Colorist – Dan Edwards

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An eclectic indie rock act from New York, Dirty Projectors are a band of 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. The brainchild of vocalist, songwriter, and instrumentalist Dave Longstreth, Dirty Projectors first caught the attention of indie rock followers with 2004's Slaves' Graves and Ballads and 2005's The Getty Address, while 2007's Rise Above found them reworking songs from Black Flag's back catalog in truly unexpected ways. While Rise Above earned the group plenty of press, it was 2009's Bitte Orca that was their true critical and popular breakthrough, a commercial success that also found Longstreth and his collaborators writing and performing at the peak of their powers.

In December 2019, Dirty Projectors released Sing the Melody, a live-in-the-studio set that found the touring version of the band performing highlights from the Lamp Lit Prose tour. Along with six songs from the Dirty Projectors' catalog, the album featured "Knotty Pine," which Dave Longstreth wrote in collaboration with David Byrne, and "FourFiveSeconds," the Rihanna/Kanye West/Paul McCartney hit that Longstreth helped write and produce.

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