It's gauche, of course, to fixate on the boldface-name, see-and-be-seen socialite aspects of Friday night's highly touted Björk/Dirty Projectors benefit fete at Housing Works—as opposed to concentrating on, oh, I don't know, the music. Quit gawking at Haley Joel Osment, stay off your goddamn Twitter, and just soak it all in: quite possibly the most defiantly idiosyncratic Really Famous Musician of our time holding court in a tiny Soho bookstore, joining the defiantly idiosyncratic Brooklyn art-rock band of the moment in a fragile, vocally ornate, gorgeously bizarre song suite about whale-watching and... More >>>