Dirty Projectors: Dirty Projectors

Dirty Projectors: Dirty Projectors

By Andrew Paschal

What David Longstreth attempts to pass as daring, confessional experimentation often veers closer to self-indulgence. 27 Feb 2017 // 6:55 AM

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The Figgs: Follow Jean to the Sea

Ten CDs and two decades into their cultish career, the Figgs parlay power chords, surging choruses and twitchy sarcasm into an exuberant pop rock cocktail.

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U2: Zoo TV, Live From Sydney [DVD]

A new DVD from U2's Zoo TV tour is a worthy testament to the powers of one of the greatest live acts of all time.

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Wonder Showzen: Season Two

What starts out as critique of entertainment exploitation of children and U.S. cultural shibboleths ends as anti-PC masturbation.

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Azam Ali: Elysium for the Brave

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Daughters: Hell Songs

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Zombie Nation's new disc almost finds a place between indie-centric heavy metal disco and more commercial minded electro.

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'Fire Emblem Heroes' Is a Bad Crossover

// Moving Pixels

"Fire Emblem Heroes desperately and shamelessly wants to monetize our love for these characters, yet it has no idea why we came to love them in the first place.

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