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But on the flip side, while it can be cathartic to see and hear men, particularly white men, suffer—most often at the hands of their female ex-partners (who most certainly dumped them)—one cannot help but wonder if the other side of the story gets drowned out in the process.
(Other heartbreak-heavy drops include Bieber, Drake, and The Weeknd, countered by Adele and Beyoncé.) But then again, maybe David Longstreth of the Dirty Projectors is the one who can save the genre from all the other mopey singer-songwriters.
She and Longstreth started dating shortly thereafter, and stayed together until 2013, when they split both professionally and personally.Big Boi has so many tracks, in fact, that he has stated that he will release another batch sometime between Christmas and next summer. June will also bring Lorde's second album, which Antonoff co-produced in his home studio, while he also contributed to St. Lorde, in turn, has a songwriting credit on The beloved Canadian indie rock collective ended a multi-year hiatus with live dates last year. The most obvious answer is to let them flow like the Icelandic waterfalls in Justin Bieber’s “I’ll Show You.” Bathe in them. This is all to say: Maybe what we need right now is another breakup album from a male vocalist.If it isn’t obvious by now, this writer approached the new self-titled Dirty Projectors album fully in the corner of Amber Coffman.To back up a bit, the Dirty Projectors are an American indie rock band founded in 2002 by David Longstreth.
(Photo by Taylor Hill/Wire Image) Dirty Projectors’ Amber Coffman stopped by Andy Beckerman’s Beginnings podcast to talk about “moving to LA, NYC post offices, early relationships, rebellious phases, dating older creeps, parenting yourself, juvenile hall, fighting at high school hardcore shows, the difficulty of articulating how you want to articulate, and race and co-opting other cultures.” She also discusses her current work on a solo album.