Angel Deradoorian

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Angel Deradoorian is a Brooklyn-based musician best known for her work with
Dirty Projectors.[1] Deradoorian's debut EP, Mind Raft, was released under her
surname on May 5, 2009 by Lovepump United Records. [2] Her last name is of
Armenian heritage. In 2009, she recorded a track with Vampire Weekend
keyboardist Rostam Batmanglij and Ra Ra Riot vocalist Wes Miles on their
Discovery album LP. The track is entitled "I Wanna Be Your Boyfriend". [3] Animal
Collective chose her to perform at the All Tomorrow's Parties festival that they
curated in May 2011. [4] On February 22, 2011, she released a split 7" with Albert
McCloud containing a song by McCloud entitled "Planetarium 2010" and her own
song "Marichka".                                                                                                 Angel Deradoorian performing with Dirty
                                                                                                                           Projectors in 2008

External links
      Angel Deradoorian's VITAL STATS at Anthem Online
                                                                                                                       Wikimedia Commons has media
      Angel Deradoorian          entry on AllMusic
                                                                                                                       related to: Dirty Projectors
      Angel Deradoorian          on MySpace
      Stereogum's Mind Raft preview
      Pitchfork article announcing Angel Deradoorian's solo debut
      Village Voice recommends Deradoorian SXSW show

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                                    Dave Longstreth · Amber Coffman · Haley Dekle · Nat Baldwin · Mike Johnson ·
   Angel Deradoorian · Brian McOmber · Rostam Batmanglij · Sam Bernstein · Anneli Chambliss · Emily Cheeger · Alex Farrill · Adam Forkner ·
   Will Glass · Spencer Kingman · Ezra Koenig · Charlie Looker · Hank Miller · James Sumner · Wes Miles · Susanna Waiche · Jake Longstreth ·
                          The Glad Fact · Morning Better Last! · Slaves' Graves and Ballads · The Getty Address · Rise Above · Bitte Orca ·
      Studio albums
                          Swing Lo Magellan ·
                   EPs    Highlights from the Getty Address · New Attitude EP · Mount Wittenberg Orca (with Björk) ·
                          "Unusual Animals Vol. 2" (with Castanets) · "Stillness Is The Move" · "Temecula Sunrise" · "No Intention" ·
                          "Ascending Melody / Emblem of the World" · "Gun Has No Trigger'" ·
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