Photos: Dirty Projectors and Dominique Young Unique

Dirty Projectors were in town on Thursday, bringing their experimental rock sound to Seattle along with Miami-based rapper Dominique Young Unique who opened the set.  Unique and her sassy personality took the stage armed with a DJ and captivating drummer/keyboarder, and together they put on a surprisingly short act that lasted less than half an hour and received a mediocre response from the crowd.  Dirty Projectors started off strong with “I Will Truck” and “No Intention,” before it was announced that the drummer busted his snare, causing a brief break before the band got back on schedule with their hit “Knotty Pine.”  The all-ages crowd loved every minute of the show, which concluded with “Chamber Resource,” “Florescent Half Dome,” and “Rise Above.”  Please enjoy photos from the evening below!

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Dirty Projectors_09-30-10

Dirty Projectors_09-30-10

Dirty Projectors_09-30-10

Dirty Projectors_09-30-10
Dirty Projectors

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Dominique Young Unique_09-30-10

Dominique Young Unique_09-30-10

Dominique Young Unique_09-30-10

Dominique Young Unique_09-30-10
Dominique Young Unique

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