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In The Hollows

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Wasted
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Knockout
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Half My Life
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In The Hollows
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The End Of The Night
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Cosmos Pose
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Sharpshooter
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Bored To Death
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A Good Day To Die
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Total Tracks: 9   Total Length: 44:06

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Winston Cook-Wilson is a musician and writer living in Brooklyn. He plays in the band Ball of Flame Shoot Fire, and has contributed to Prefix and Pitchfork. He

04.30.14
The Dirty Projector's strongest and most intimate to date
2014 | Label: Western Vinyl / SC Distribution

Since his 2005 solo debut Lights Out, Nat Baldwin has specialized in honeyed, melodic pop set to robust, upright bass-heavy accompaniments. The acrobatic, offbeat melodies recall his Dirty Projectors bandmate David Longstreth, while his chugging, athletically bowed accompaniment evokes Arthur Russell. However, for In the Hollows, Baldwin has cited a quite different list of influences, including the erudite, folk-oriented singer-songwriters Judee Sill and Bill Callahan.

As with Sill and Callahan, there is a warmth and unaffected… read more »

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Dirty Projectors’ Nat Baldwin on Anthony Braxton and Heading Back Home

By Stacey Anderson, Contributor

A galvanizing energy courses through Nat Baldwin's new solo album, In the Hollows, from the tremors in his high, reedy vocals to the agitated rhythms of his upright bass. To hear him speak of its Walden-esque origins, it all makes sense. "I was living a super-solitary lifestyle at the time. I was training for a marathon, and I wasn't drinking or going out," recalled the musician, 34, of his recent winter in his tiny coastal… more »

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Dirty Projectors’ Nat Baldwin on Anthony Braxton and Heading Back Home

By Stacey Anderson, Contributor

A galvanizing energy courses through Nat Baldwin's new solo album, In the Hollows, from the tremors in his high, reedy vocals to the agitated rhythms of his upright bass. To hear him speak of its Walden-esque origins, it all makes sense. "I was living a super-solitary lifestyle at the time. I was training for a marathon, and I wasn't drinking or going out," recalled the musician, 34, of his recent winter in his tiny coastal… more »