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Two words, and only two: holy shit.
I'm looking forward to 8 June very much. For now I'm contenting myself with the first ~10 seconds of 'Stillness is the Move'.
I just finished listening to it, and my mind is completely blown. My only regret now is that I won't be buying a ticket to see them this month.
best album ive heard in years.
or to be released in this case.
I have been walking around randomly shouting BITTE ORCA ORCA BITTE for days.
is there a sporting chance that i might like this one?
From listening to Rise Above I admired their skills and harmonies a lot and felt like I could really like them but for my tastes the songs weren't pop enough. I either found them irritating or in some cases unlistenable - what are my chances?
I would say that you would like it. It's catchy and it's - dare I say it - accessible. It's probably their most accessible thus far. Give it a listen, it's well worth the attempt.
However, my fiancee heard part of it and so eloquently heralded it as "sounds to make puppies have seizures," but oh well. Give it a spin, it won't hurt.
I've never really taken notice of DP before but my sis played this in the car a while ago a bit to quietly for me to really judge what it was like. It reminds me of Love but covered by half of Volcano! You know a little bit twee and a lil bit all over the shop. Now I shall be off to buy my own copy I reckon.
Hi guys, if you'd like to know a little more about the Dirty Projectors, you might like to check out the RBMA Wandering Feet podcast, which features Dave Longstreth discussing their unusual method of songwriting.
You can listen via iTunes, or otherwise (RSS or just download individual episodes):