|Dirty Projectors + Bjork / Mount Wittenberg Orca|
|Album:||Mount Wittenberg Orca||Collection:||General|
|Artist:||Dirty Projectors + Bjork||Added:||11/2011|
|Add Date:||2011-12-04||Pull Date:||2012-02-05|
|Week Ending:||5 Feb||29 Jan||22 Jan||15 Jan||18 Dec|
|1.||Mar 14, 2019:||Jams Run Free |
|4.||Feb 03, 2012:||InAcrossAwayFromMe |
|2.||Apr 02, 2015:||A Visit From Drum |
On And Ever Onward
|5.||Jan 25, 2012:||Pseudo-Brownian Motion |
All We Are
|3.||Apr 24, 2013:||Gurlz Rule |
|6.||Jan 24, 2012:||the gilded youth |
When The World Comes To An End
This collaboration between Bjork and Dirty Projectors is best described as weirdly awesome. There is very minimal instrumentations, as this album focuses on the idea of vocals as instruments, singing nonsense sounds under the beautiful voices of Bjork and Dirty Projectors’ Dave Longstreth, Amber Coffman, Angel Deradoorian and Haley Dekle. No FCCs. Recommended: 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, but really anything.|
1. 2:09: Spooky chanting: “aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah” repeated a bunch.
2*. 2:01: sing-songy. Singing + drums. Some sing-talking.
3*. 3:08: main vocals = male, with female singing of random sounds (ehhh ohhhh etc.) under. The female voices are the only “instruments.” Sweet love song.
4*. 2:16: very cool harmonies
5. 2:48: soft background singing, but anguished main vocals.
6*. 4:14: male vocals again. Sometimes sounds soul-like. Calmness interspersed with higher-energy moments.
7*. 4:44: rather dark, but pretty. More instrumentals than their other songs.
|2.||On And Ever Onward||5.||Sahring Orb|
|3.||When The World Comes To An End||6.||No Embrace|
|7.||All We Are|