Dirty Projectors on Their “Mosaic” of New Releases

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Dirty Projectors released five markedly different EPs in 2020, jumping between sonic realms of folk, classical, avant garde, bossa nova, and soulful pop. Frontman Dave Longstreth joins Sound & Vision to discuss the band's collaborative songwriting process.


 
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Dirty Projectors released five markedly different EPs in 2020, jumping between sonic realms of folk, classical, avant garde, bossa nova, and soulful pop. 

The first four EPs in the series feature a different vocalist from the band singing lead on each. As frontman Dave Longstreth explains, “a goal was to present a kind of mosaic ideal of this band. One in which everyone takes turn singing lead.” 

Longstreth joins Sound & Vision to share the band's collaborative process of songwriting for the inventive project.

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