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Dirty Three plays a Tiny Desk Concert on Sept. 24.
October 15, 2012 One of the loudest performances ever captured in the NPR Music offices, Dirty Three's set alternately seethes and rages in a flurry of high kicks, shambolic rumbling, prolific hairiness and dramatic yelling.
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Dirty Three's new album, Toward the Low Sun, comes out Feb. 28.
February 19, 2012 Toward the Low Sun functions as the moody, conflicted soundtrack for a storm-swept journey where getting lost is part of the plan.
It's a pleasure to spend the holiday rolling around in the sumptuous beauty of Dirty Three's "The Pier."
February 14, 2012 It's a pleasure to spend the holiday rolling around in the sumptuous beauty of "The Pier."
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November 19, 2007 In "Swing (Parts 1 & 2)," guitarist Mick Turner plucks out a simple, dreamy hook as a violin radiates unease. Meanwhile, drummer Jim White helps ratchet up the tension over the course of several eerie minutes. As a solo act, Turner expertly emulates his band, Dirty Three.
January 13, 2003 The dark side of reggae from Easy Star; Melbourne's melancholy trio The Dirty Three; A Beatley record by John Cunningham; Not suitable for radio: Kathleen Edwards; Anti-apartheid songs saved in Amandla; A Talking Heads tribute from Phish
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