11 Songs, 45 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Amber Coffman is best known as a singer and guitarist for the genre-bending Dirty Projectors. Co-produced by head Projector Dave Longstreth, City of No Reply proves Coffman a dynamic songwriter in her own right, from the off-kilter girl-group shoop of “No Coffee” to the dusky, Caribbean inflections of the title track. “There’s a voice inside of me/And it’s time to listen,” Coffman sings amid the ‘50s-ish lilt of “All to Myself.” Time to let it out, too.

EDITORS’ NOTES

Amber Coffman is best known as a singer and guitarist for the genre-bending Dirty Projectors. Co-produced by head Projector Dave Longstreth, City of No Reply proves Coffman a dynamic songwriter in her own right, from the off-kilter girl-group shoop of “No Coffee” to the dusky, Caribbean inflections of the title track. “There’s a voice inside of me/And it’s time to listen,” Coffman sings amid the ‘50s-ish lilt of “All to Myself.” Time to let it out, too.

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