NEW WRITER: KING JAMES & THE SPECIAL MEN (JIMMY HORN)

King James & The Special Men | 25/09/14

Domino welcomes "the champions of New Orleans classic R&B…" -Alex Rawls, My Spilt Milk

Hot. Sweaty. Raw. Soulful. King James & The Special Men sound like New Orleans on wax, and they represent the Crescent City like no other. Rhythm & Blues ("Rock and Roll", as it's referred to outside of New Orleans) was born in "The City That Care Forgot" during the late 40's/early 50's in the years after WWII, and these very special men... Read more?

NEW SIGNING: GIRL BAND

Girl Band | 18/09/14

After a 7 minute single in "Lawman" at the start of the year, a 24 second follow-up in "The Cha Cha Cha", and then the critically accalimed, visceral hissy-fit of "De Bom Bom" ("could this be the best track ever?" - Tom Ravenscroft, BBC Radio 6) the Irish four piece today join us here at Domino Publising.

Formed a couple of years back and influenced by the likes of Bad Brains, Swell Maps, James Chance and... Read more?

LIQUID LIQUID

Space, particularly inner headspace was big news in the early eighties. All those derelict inner city landscapes represented both physical and mental wastelands. The most iconic music of the era serves as a map to those empty spaces rebuilt by flickering minds in stranger, more emancipated times: World Of Echo, Unknown Pleasures, Dare, Remain In Light, Computer World. It's become a cliche to describe these records as strange documents from a lost brave new world but that's what they are. Here are some postcards from the heart of downtown.

Manhattan's Liquid Liquid the quartet of Scott Hartley Richard McGuire, Salvatore Principato... Read »