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Bitte Orca

Dirty Projectors

2009

Bitte Orca

Album Summary

Bitte Orca is the fifth studio album by American experimental rock band Dirty Projectors, released on June 9, 2009, on Domino Records. The word "bitte" is a German word for "please", and "orca" is another name for a killer whale. Frontman David Longstreth states that he liked the way the words sound together. Longstreth notes that the music contained within the album "felt very [much] about colors, and their interaction," and that the music was written with the notion of the band, as a whole, in mind.Two of the album's tracks, "Temecula Sunrise" and "Cannibal Resource", appeared on the subsequent EP release, Temecula Sunrise, alongside two new songs.The album peaked at #65 on the Billboard 200 and #12 on the Independent Albums chart. As of April 4, 2012, the album has sold 85,000 copies in the U.S.Bitte Orca is the only studio album by the group to feature Angel Deradoorian as a full-time member.

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2.8

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5783

Genres

  • Pop
  • Indie
  • Folk
  • Rock
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Sun Dec 06 2020
1

Offbeat elitist hipster-pop doesn't get much more up its own arse than this.

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Wed Apr 07 2021
1

I can usually be objective and I understand that just because I don't like a thing that someone somewhere might love it. Perhaps it's just not for me. This album, however, made me angry. It's so bad. So so bad. I can't even figure out what they're trying to do here. There's no cohesion, no atmosphere, no point. Awful stuff.

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Sat May 15 2021
2

It's like Captain Beefheart pop

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Wed May 11 2022
1

Please, killer whale? That is all this reviewer needed to confirm that this album is lost, befuddling, and an object lesson in being a waste of time. Perhaps this album is for musicians, or math-rockers inclined to scramble the brain for no reason other than they can. The pretentiousness that seems to ooze from this album and its compositions is infuriating to where the ears wanted to vomit. With all respect and seriousness, if a listener has to search for an album's intention or motivation, this qualifies as meaningless drivel. Art, such as the one seeming to be promoted here, is meant to challenge and inspire, hopefully to remain begrudgingly respected. This album is just crap, an inspiration for insult and dismissal. If that is the reaction aimed for, then spot on it is. If a band wants to experiment and play chords at random, then re-arrange all that into something that makes enough sense to get a record label to distribute their drivel, then this was it. Every member seems to do their own thing, and they are bad at it. The band is not without some semblance of talent, the whole thing just feels wasted, as though the mindless mashing of chords as a child was praised by over-supportive parents who then paid for a recording session that then was just trendy enough to be looked at as some sort of priceless abstract determined to be refreshingly different. Yes, it is different. Yes, it is not the usual fare one can expect from the so-called mainstream, but at least there we can hear music that is infuriating for better reasons for sounding too good and formulaic. This album is so bad it makes one want to defend pop and mainstream, and that is a bad thing.

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Sun Jul 04 2021
5

Longstreth's voice sounds a bit strained on the first few cuts, but the compositions are intricate and the backing harmonies are delightful in stereo. Temecula Sunrise underlines the suburban angst with interjected "yeah"s. There's a prog-folk feel to first three songs, and they start in roughly the same way: minimal instrumentation and male vocals opening into movements and soundscapes. Stillness Is The Move is the proof that this is not the formula. It establishes that fact with its vamp. The sequencing continues to flow thanks to the string section linkage, until No Intention breaks the flow with a hint of a different kind of project altogether. The album ends with Longstreth in a halfway point between his early, more forced vocals and the more comfortable timbre of the couple preceding tracks. This time, he enters after an organ, and the song and album come to a close as the ideas on it come to fruition. I didn't expect something this accessible when I saw Trout Mask Replica comparisons, but this project earns it when its title is realized in lyrics.

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Thu May 27 2021
5

OK, this was probably the strangest album yet. I have no idea how to start describing it. But I definitely really liked it a lot - without being able to describe why either. I have already saved the album to listen to it again another time. But first I'll just go straight ahead and listen to something else by Dirty Projectors. Update: I then spent the rest of the day listening to radio playlists based on Dirty Projectors and loved it all the way. Even though I still don't really know what kind of music this is.

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Tue Apr 13 2021
5

I got slightly into Dirty Projectors around the time this was released. I don't listen to whole lot of indie rock anymore, and didn't even have a FLAC copy of this - so I guess it has been years since I revisited it. Damn, it's still good. I love the abstract songwriting and idiosyncratic delivery. I love the way layered voices are used, and I love how the music is crisp and precise, but carries a big sense of possibility, like they might go off in another direction any moment. Can't think of anything I would change about this, so 5/5.

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Mon Apr 19 2021
2

sounds very generic, hard to understand why it made the list. maybe I am missing something.

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Wed Feb 24 2021
2

I don't really get it. The album manages to be good, interesting, bad, and bland. Unfortunately, none of good parts are very interesting and all of the interesting parts are bad. The very best of the album sounds like it belongs on a better album.

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Tue Aug 10 2021
5

I wish I’d discovered this album outside of this project, as one day is not enough to really rate and digest it. However, I think this is still a pretty clear 5 here; I love this creative and experimental indie.

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Wed Nov 25 2020
4

Pretty tripped out actually and I ended up listening to a handful of the songs more than once

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Thu Mar 11 2021
4

I really liked this album. I discovered this band relatively recently and liked their album with Bjork. I think the way the use the male and female voices is interesting

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Fri Mar 19 2021
3

A great deal of this record is a guy singing in falsetto while two female voices do a weird "vocal hocketing" thing that I learned about today. Dirty Projectors is one of those art pop bands that think switching obscure time signatures in the middle of a song makes them worthy. Technical acumen is nice, but they occassionally forget to make the music listenable at the same time. Best track: Two Doves

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Thu May 27 2021
3

Pretty art pop/rock. A bit meandering and it often feels like random harmonies and notes for the sake of it.

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Fri Aug 05 2022
3

This is quite an attention grabbing bizarre album. This is almost a live 'jamming' session album, I couldn't really describe the genre, wiki calls it 'experimental rock' - experimental is right, rock - not so much, it's more modern classical folk singer-songwriter jazz? Anyway - there's lots of surprisingly elements, off key measures, tempo changes or skips - it could ALMOST be background easy listening music except for the injected surprise elements draw your attention back constantly. Unfortunately, not a fan of the singers - who sounds like a less controlled 'Mika' - high pitched, shaky, something I guess you need to get to like. I can understand the ideas behind the album, though it's not really to my personal taste.

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Wed Sep 07 2022
3

Don’t tell the indie kids, but I think David Longstreth is a massive Steve Howe (Yes) fan. He laces Howe-isms in his guitar playing through out the record. If you don’t believe me, listen to the title track or “Temecula Sunrise”, if you’ve heard a few Steve Howe solos or enjoy Yes, it’ll hit you hard. Honestly, it’s pretty amazing, like if you dropped Steve Howe into Stereolab and it somehow worked. Ok, enough trying manipulate the generator into giving me a Yes record to review. (Serious about the Steve Howe thing, though). Bitte Orca separates itself from a lot of 2000/10’s indie rock with its complex, layered arrangements. It’s a daunting listen at first, but when it clicks, it’ll likely leave you wanting more. RIYL: “Point” by Cornelius, Steve Howe’s work in Yes.

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Wed Jan 20 2021
2

Indie with a capital I. Not my thing.

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Wed Apr 27 2022
1

Pretty much unlistenable the worst album I've ever heard.

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Fri Mar 12 2021
5

thought it was pretty cool

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Thu Jul 01 2021
5

Great band. Saw this album played in person in Dallas. Still love it.

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Mon May 10 2021
5

Reeeally nice. It reminds me of tune yards a lot

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Thu Mar 11 2021
5

Loved it when I was 14, still love it now.

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Tue Aug 10 2021
5

This is a great experimental indie album, reminds me of Discovery. A big fan of some of the strange cadences and the colorful sound.

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Fri Sep 17 2021
5

Mellow melodies, soft voices, a good indie album

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Wed Jan 05 2022
5

Noticed one of the songs form 2k13 lol but really enjoyed the album!

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Thu Jan 06 2022
5

Try it, you'll like it!

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Mon Feb 21 2022
5

I listed to it many times in a row.

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Thu Apr 21 2022
5

I couldn’t get into the earlier Dirty Projectors releases, but Bitte Orca was one of my favorite releases of 2009. The songs were more conventional in structure than past works but maintained the eclectic playfulness that Dirty Projectors was known for. While there is a lot going on throughout the release, it somehow is all grounded. Well done.

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Wed Apr 27 2022
5

Awesome album! Very unique, vocals are different but fit the feel very well. Loved it.

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Fri Sep 30 2022
5

crazy good alternative album just a 10/10 for creativity alone actually amazing

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Fri Feb 10 2023
5

I listened to this a lot when it came out. It didn't sound like anything i was listening to at the time. I loved it then and i love it now.

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Fri Feb 10 2023
5

The mix is crisp and creates nice separation while bringing elements forward as punctuation or focal points. Strings, electronics, and acoustic guitar all work together. The harmonized backup vocals are inventive and unique. Lots of flavor of world music African guitar and beats. Vampire Weekend influence for obvious reasons (roots in Ali Farka Touré?). Vocals have similarities to Jeff Buckley, or is that just me?

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Mon May 31 2021
4

Very cool freak folk record

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Fri May 14 2021
4

Excellent album by Dirty Projectors. Some people say the vocals are like soap, but I love this dude, and the abstract sounds they're putting out.

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Mon Apr 19 2021
4

Another great album from an indie rock band I didn't know. Keep them coming!!

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Fri Jul 09 2021
4

Very into this. Cool indie vibe with catchy melodies and pretty vocals.

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Fri Mar 12 2021
4

REALLY COOL MAN

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Fri Mar 12 2021
4

didn’t really need to be on this list but cool. liked it more when listened twice.

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Thu Feb 04 2021
4

Very chill and soothing. Not an every day listen.

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Tue Jun 22 2021
4

A lovely album. I can't put my finger on what is so unique about them, but they just seem to have a way of composing and writing that is unexpected, unusual, and appealing to me.

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Thu Feb 11 2021
4

Great album, always fun to listen to this unique band.

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Mon Jun 14 2021
4

Wonderfully quirky and inventive. I think The Dirty Projectors and Grizzly Bear were two of the best indie acts of the early 2000s. Like any offbeat and complex works it’ll take a few lessons to grow on me but then it’s gonna stick for a long time, unlike the formulaic pop on mainstream radio

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Thu Jun 03 2021
4

Un disco con popurrí de canciones, parecen inconexas. Pero las canciones están bien. Folk, africano, inde, Rufus... popurrí.

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Mon Jun 21 2021
4

Experimental music can be very very good or can miss the mark completely. This is the former. Reminiscent in places of a Zaireeka-era Flaming Lips and a more polished Deerhoof, which is very much my jam. I'd never heard of Dirty Projectors before, but enjoyed this enough to want to check out more of their back catalogue. If it is as good as this, I will be in for a treat, but suspect 'hit and miss' may go with the genre... 4/5.

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Thu Mar 04 2021
4

"I think you're more than a terrified witness Behind the arbitrary line" (Cannibal resource) "On top of every mountain There was a great longing For another even higher mountain In each city longing for a bigger city" (Stillness is the move) Pues bastante bien, me gustan mucho las letras y el arte es muy bonito.

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Tue May 04 2021
4

Klinkt als wat ik al luister. Leuke rock :)

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Tue Jun 22 2021
4

Surprisingly good album from a band I've never heard of!

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Wed Feb 10 2021
4

even the most accessible dirty projectors is probably fairly niche. regardless, i think i probably love this album. i love the weird time shit he does.

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Wed Jun 16 2021
4

This really captures a particular area of indie pop for me. I've heard it before and will listen again.

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Fri Jun 18 2021
4

а ниче прикольно так

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Mon May 17 2021
4

Truly a first listen for me, probably my first album on the list that I really didn't have much context on. Like, heard of the band before, had some sort of indie rock context, but that's it. And, I'm liking it - a good surprise. Not sure how much I'll want to stick with it over time, but I could see it growing on me (the way Of Montreal's "Hissing Fauna.." did, or could see it getting old. But, for now, I like the layered vocals, the mix of soft and hard, the general feel of orchestration to the whole thing.

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Thu May 13 2021
4

Funky style, I really enjoyed it.

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Sun Jul 25 2021
4

Reading the reviews I thought this was going to be pretentious rubbish, but it was actually enjoyable.

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Sun Aug 15 2021
4

Good indie music

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Tue Aug 17 2021
4

Chaotic eclectic sporadic fun. Build ups followed by sudden drops. Smooth guitar work interrupted perfectly by the crash of a cymbal then followed by intentional offbeat drum solos and it all works. Wonderfully unintelligible cannons and echos and dynamic duets between two strong vocalists. Bold new sound seems right here and I will definitely seek them out for more like this. Very unique sound. Cannibal resource, Temecula sunrise, remade horizons, stillness is the move

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Wed Aug 25 2021
4

I've heard of the Dirty Projectors, but I wasn't sure if I've heard any of their music. I've probably heard at least one of their Tiny Desk Concerts. I wasn't sure if "Stillness Is the Move" was a track I've heard before, or if some of the sounds used on the record just remind me of other music. Most of the album felt that way - new music to me but with hints of sounds I've heard before. This isn't bad. The album was put together in a way that I think that it qualifies as a potential re-listen of the whole album.

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Thu Sep 09 2021
4

Flaps around more than an erotic bat, yet somehow appealing. Most songs went places unexpectedly, which I like. One song in particular had off-key singing, was not a fan

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Fri Oct 01 2021
4

Didn't like temecula sunrise, but the rest of the album turned it around for me.

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Fri Nov 05 2021
4

The first album and group that was completely new to me on this list. I enjoyed it as something fresh and different.

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Mon Nov 08 2021
4

Lots of melodic and rhythmic unpredictability on this one. Interesting vocals and instrumentation, too. Sometimes it's really interesting and fun and sometimes it's hard work to listen. I loved Cannibal Resource, particularly the backing vocals and the guitar in the instrumental section mid-song. I loved Stillness is the Move, including the title (this is a band that likes a juxtaposition I think). Two Doves sounds like contemporary musical theater (that's a compliment coming from me) and contains the line, "But our bed is like a failure." And Remade Horizon is really great, again with the hooty backing vocals that I find so charming. Most of the rest didn't really work for me. Temecula Sunrise has extremely pedestrian, extremely depressing lyrics. ("Definitely you can come and live with us. I know there's a space for you in the basement, yeah. All you gotta do is help out with the chores and dishes." Poetic in its banality? Actually, kind of yes.) In The Bride, the handclaps after the line, "no one has any good reason to live," were...surprising. I'm giving this one a 4 because the songs I love, I really love, and I am giving them each a star.

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Fri Nov 26 2021
4

What is this? And how can I get slightly more but not a lot more than this?

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Fri Dec 03 2021
4

A defining sound of the late 00s, much like Vampire Weekend, Acade Fire etc

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Fri Jan 07 2022
4

Somewhere in the early 2010's, a "facts" page in Facebook once boasted: Japanese scientists have created an MRI machine that can record your dreams and reconstruct them for you to watch while you're awake. And that made me think: considering the illogical and very, very weird stuffs that we see, do, and experience in our sleep-worlds, what could we watch if such MRI machine exists. And more importantly, how will we REACT? But apart from images, our brains actually created SOUNDS too. And of course, the sounds isn't any less weird. A lot of people are probably aware of those non-existent symphonies and synths and voices screaming random words like opera singers. I experience such music when I am about to sleep or about to wake up. And thinking about the fact that my skills in music stuff is zero, I guess that EVERYONE'S brain creates unique music too. My point is, what if instead of recording what we see in our dreams, we record what we HEAR in our dreams? What would we hear? Well, in 2009, some people who call themselves "Dirty Projectors" made a pretty convincing impression of those weird dream-music. They called this album "Bitte Orca". Please killer whale. And hearing those while awake? Weird. Weird. And weird. And perhaps I would have the same reaction if I saw my dreams in that MRI machine. I would see all the eccentric adventures and the illogical stuffs in it. I would find it weird. And this is how I describe "Bitte Orca". Surreal lyrics, unpredictable sounds, and tense yet fun overall atmosphere. It's dream music (no, not the Minecraft YouTuber). It reminds me why I love dreaming. It is where we temporarily throw logic and rules aside, and just have fun and face the chaos and surprises of human imagination.

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Sun Jan 09 2022
4

Rating: 7/10 Best songs: No intention, Remade horizon

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Thu Jan 13 2022
4

Reminds me of Tune Yards and Vampire Weekend in parts, that sort of 'New York, we all went to music college' indie. That said its got some really interesting bits particularly vocals wise and the album flowed nicely. Probs a 3.5 but will round up

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Thu Feb 03 2022
4

Too much for me, but great rhythm

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Thu Feb 10 2022
4

Euphoric Pop. Great Production.

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Fri Mar 04 2022
4

Un disco con popurrí de canciones, parecen inconexas. Pero las canciones están bien. Folk, africano, inde, Rufus... popurrí. 4

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Fri Mar 18 2022
4

4/5. Pretty experimental/out there indie. Lots of cool highlights 🤙

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Mon Apr 11 2022
4

Another casualty of my “I wasn’t paying attention to ‘mainstream indie rock’ at this time that I definitely would’ve liked” era

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Sun Jun 19 2022
4

A new band for me. Really enjoyed this album. Got an Arcade Fire vibe about it.

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Wed Jun 22 2022
4

While songs lack depth and substance - sonically and melodically it’s a quite interesting and varied album.

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Fri Jun 24 2022
4

Well this was a splendid surprise. Had not heard of the band before. The album contains plenty of thrills. The harmonies complement the lead so well. Plus the album manages to extend time. It appeared much longer than reported timing. Maybe those odd time signatures did the trick.

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Mon Jul 18 2022
4

7/16/2022 - ALBUM #170 https://open.spotify.com/album/2Geg4mwE8z9DO5BSSUoMKz?si=36887e03a2324980 Today's Album: "Bitte Orca" by Dirty Projectors - This is an album very unlike most albums I have heard before, and it is for the very best reasons. The opening song, Cannibal Resource, introudces the listener to everything that makes this album great, from the thoughtful lyrics, to the jangly and echoey guitar effects, to the tight drums and bass, and of course the fantastic female vocal harmonies. This album somehow captures a very youthful spirit to it while maintaining a pretty rocking core to it’s overall indie sound. The production of this album is pretty great, if not maybe a tad sterilized and clean, but that is pretty easily forgiven given when it came out. I really appreciate some of the odd rhythms this band uses in the verse structure and melodies of these songs. It reminds me to some of Bob Dylan’s experimental songwriting techniques if they were revamped for a modern, slightly more hipster, audience. The song Temecula Sunrise is a beautiful example of this with some incredibly jarring and unsteadying rhythmic changes that somehow sound beautiful in their janky, offcenteredness. I think part of this warmth and cheeriness to their sound comes from a fairly melodic bass guitar and what sounds like an incredibly skilled drummer when it comes to timing. There are of course other factors to this like the bright guitar sounds and beautiful harmonies, but the rhythm section of thi band really strikes me as what is keeping the core of the sound together. I also think this album flows together pretty nicely and it feels like one of those projects where the songwriters are very tuned into how the record should flow as a musical journey, which is something that I appreciate. I do think there are moments where the scattered and syncopated rhythms become a bit samey throughout the tracklist, but I also think there are a ton of interesting risks being taken to change up that sound, like on the track Stillness Is The Move. This song also shifts the background female vocalists to the foreground and drops the usual main male vocalist and I think this really helps to diversify the vocal feel of the record. Overall, this is an incredibly creative and colorful rock album that no-doubt inspired countless indie musicians for years to come (let alone most modern female vocalists!). Give this one a listen if you like indie music with a fair dose of quirkiness to it and enjoy a lot of interesting auxiliary instrumentation. Super fun! Highlights: Cannibal Resource, Temecula Sunrise, The Bride, Useful Chamber, Remade Horizon, Fluorescent Half Dome Score: 8/10 One of the most sonically adventurous indie albums I have heard

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Wed Jul 27 2022
4

Was very very decent. May need to relisten again very soon.

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Thu Jul 28 2022
4

Super original futuristic retro sound, already a modern classic. 7/10

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Fri Jul 29 2022
4

I was way into this kinda stuff in college. The name of the band and the album cover are very familiar to me. Listening to it, I don't believe I have heard it before. It takes me back to '09 for sure. It feels sort of dated in a "very much a product of time/place" sort of way, but I still really enjoy it. Unique vocal stylings. You know what? Bitte Orca IS fun to say!

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Thu Aug 11 2022
4

If there's a such thing as progressive indie, it's this. I was pleasantly surprised! Every song interested me because they were constantly surprising me by changing in ways I didn't expect. It was very impressive and felt very creative and fresh. This one could definitely grow on me more, I will return

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Wed Aug 17 2022
4

I was worried that this would be too cutesy-fartsy for my taste. While it did occasionally veer into cutesy-fartsy territory, it had enough substance that kept it really interesting and not annoying at all to me. I plan to listen to this again and explore more of their music. 4 stars.

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Wed Aug 24 2022
4

Surprisingly fun and delightfully eclectic. Good for another listen someday

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Wed Aug 24 2022
4

Good album, weird riffs that were fun to listen to

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Fri Nov 11 2022
4

Interesting, spacey, pretty and nice

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Mon Nov 14 2022
4

4.6/5 Such a great album - the vocal stylings of the three leads are incredibly original and match arrangements that are fun and hard to predict. My favorite DP album, for sure

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Fri Nov 18 2022
4

What an absolutely uncompromising album. By no way a clean and easy listen but it’s overflowing with complexity, ideas on the verge of collapsing under their own pretentiousness (a few exceptions actually falls flat) and creativity. Dirty Projectors are fighting to keep their avant-garde thoughts inside the framework of ordinary pop structures - and somehow they manage to get away with it. One of the few exceptions is the middle break of “Useful Chamber”, which consists of a weird beat and misplaced spoken words. The rest of the song is just explosive. This really had a hold on me from start till finish even though I never fully knew where I was about to be taken to next.

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Wed Nov 23 2022
4

this album is indie af and fits the time. good timing and guitar solos. maybe too clean at times, maybe too sweet at times. its good tho. its real good. love me some acappella vocals that lead to wild guitar solos and symphonic and anthemic head banger moments. kicks. hard.

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Sat Jan 07 2023
4

Really interesting sound and not at all what I expected to see on here. Don't know if I would go back to this but their sound is definitely unique. Cool instrumentals. I wonder how these songs are performed live. Fave track(s): Stillness Is The Move, Useful Chamber, Remade Horizon

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Wed Jan 11 2023
4

Pretty meta, saved a bunch

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Thu Jan 26 2023
4

A pleasant indie work. Loved the colors and textures. Loved the harmonies and musical progressions. Definitely will listen to it again.

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Fri Jan 27 2023
4

First, the music surprised me since the cover doesn't match with the sound IMHO. As for the sound, it's pretty odd - sometimes it sounds like Andrew Bird, sometimes like crazy 60s cult. Anyway, that was interesting experience!

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Fri Feb 10 2023
4

I really like some of what is being done on here. But some of it doesn't quite click with me either. It's a good album though and I do think you should listen to it.

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Fri Feb 10 2023
4

Experimental rock? I don't really think so per se, Indie rock trying hard to be different with some odd chords and tempo changes is more likely. In spite of that there's some good music on this album and I'll go back this album for sure. It's a 3.5 but perhaps over time I might think more of it.

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Sun Feb 19 2023
4

Almost! Good!

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Thu Feb 23 2023
4

Some very interesting rhythms and harmonies throughout. I'll probably need to give it another listen to see if it sticks more the second time. Definitely a good listen.

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Thu Mar 16 2023
4

First time listener. This is really interesting. Hard to describe. Like a mixture of Vampire Weekend and Maps & Atlases. Catchy and familiar but also weird and almost experimental. Very cool stuff. 7/10

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Wed Apr 14 2021
3

Rätt stökiga, ostrukturerade melodier och många olika typer av sound genom hela albumet. På ett bra sätt! Dock lite för modernt och fräscht för min smak!

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Tue Sep 01 2020
3

test

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Mon Jun 07 2021
3

3.5/5. It was different, but good. I liked the sounds on it. I need to listen again.

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Fri Sep 25 2020
3

A bit plinky plonky in places but it had some good tracks

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Mon Sep 21 2020
3

stop sprawling and start editing people

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Fri Feb 19 2021
3

This is more of a 3.5 than a 3. Some really beautiful moments here, but sometimes a little too chaotic for my taste. Still, I'm surprised by how much I enjoyed it considering the fact that I got a free song from this album back in 2010/2011 and I didn't like it back then. We love to see the evolution of music taste! Growth!!

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