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Dirty Projectors On World Cafe
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Dirty Projectors: A Polarizing Sound At The Fringes Of Pop
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The singer and songwriter Frank Ocean, whose first full-length studio album, Channel Orange, was released on iTunes this week. Nabil Elderkin/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Dirty Projectors, Hot Chip, Japandroids And More
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