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Ironically, Longstreth helped produce it, yet Coffman’s first single is titled, “All to Myself,” and she released it just a few weeks after Longstreth released his first solo single, “Keep Your Name.” Seemingly, the two albums are in conversation with one another—and it’s not always a cordial one.
(It also doesn’t help Longstreth’s case that Coffman has the voice of an angel.) But because Coffman has chosen to decline all press opportunities, the focus remains one-sided, with Longstreth controlling the narrative, whether he means to or not.
NEW YORK, NY - JUNE 08: Amber Coffman of Dirty Projectors performs during the 2013 Governor's Ball Music Festival at Randall's Island on June 8, 2013 in New York City.
(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.
Today, Longstreth remains the only Dirty Projector, and Coffman’s first solo album, is set to drop this year as well.Act Two: “Work Together,” with self-accusations that read a bit too much like compliments: “Is his ceaseless ambitiousness proxy for a void he’s ignoring?” And Act Three: “Ascent Through Clouds,” where he finds peace in his own consciousness.“A lot of it comes from that place in a relationship where you have trouble making sense of where your partner ends and you begin.A lot of the ‘you’s’ and the ‘I’s’ in my mind, when I was making it, are interchangeable.