If you haven't seen the new issue of New York Magazine, that's good. The cover story, written by Hugo Lindgren, is about the Brooklyn music scene and specifically, about how much he wants to bone David Longstreth. It starts out by saying "It's a scene marked by wild inventiveness, and at its center is one of the most risk-taking groups of all - Dirty Projectors." This is, I assume, some sort of dry sarcasm, an unusual technique for a feature article in a popular magazine. But pretty hilarious.
As everyone knows, the only risk Dirty Projectors has ever taken is risking getting the snot beat out of them by Henry Rollins. I will post the YouTube link when that happens.