VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE DOMINO MUSIC VIDEO OF 2006

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CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (LSFF) AND DOMINO

Best buddies, LSFF and Domino, have spent more than the past 15 years creating, curating and sharing an alternative point of view. In this time, Domino has created a wealth of music videos from directors such as Saam Farahmand, Kathryn Ferguson, Rollo Jackson, Shyola and by Luke & Joseph.

Curating collections of year on year music videos, Domino invite you to idulge in past, present and future Domino music videos and join us in praising the brilliant directors and producers for their inspiring creations. Domino will be posting regular polls until 6th January 2018 - the start of the London Short Film Festival. More news on this to be announced... 

Watch the shortlist of music videos from 2006 and select your favourite below. 

 

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2006: What is your favourite Domino Music Video?
 
 
 
 
 
 

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THE RANGE 'REMIXES EP' OUT 17TH NOVEMBER 2017 (DOMINO ALL-IN)

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The Range 'Remixes EP'
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The Range – Remixes EP will be out Friday, November 17th via Domino Records. The 4-track EP features a collection of new and unheard remixes of tracks from The Range’s With You / New Lots release, and his Domino debut Potential. Shared today is the Yaeji remix of “With You”, the collaboration between The Range and producer Jim E. Stack. Watch above.

The bundle features a new mix by Yaeji, the on-the-rise Korean-American producer and singer, who has released a string of underground house music singles this past year and has a new EP out now. The bundle also features a sleek and stylised remix by the French producer D.K. aka 45 ACP (Antinote / L.I.E.S.) and a driving and deep techno remix of Potential track “Florida" by Copenhagen's Kenton Slash Demon (Future Classic). James also contributes his own rework of “New Lots” that twists and pulls the vocal sample into interesting new sonic territory.

POTENTIAL (2016)

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SORRY RELEASE DEBUT SINGLE ‘WISHED’ ON DOMINO (DOMINO ALL-IN)

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Sorry 'Wished/Lies'
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Sorry are a new London band centered around Asha Lorenz and Louis O'Bryen, two 19 year-old childhood best friends. Along with Lincoln Barrett (drums) and Campbell Baum (bass). 

Although starting life with a conventional rock band set up, Sorry’s tastes are wide-ranging and reflect their age and omnivorous YouTube-era musical upbringing where rock, hip hop, noise, electronic soundscapes, grime and folk all sit side-by-side and without confusion. Accordingly, all these influences and more form the band's unique nascent musical universe - a bold, ambitious and at times irreverent canvas onto which the symbiotic intensity of Lorenz’s and O'Bryen's emotional and hyper-melodic songwriting is projected. 

‘Wished’ is their debut studio recording and follows the recent self-release of Home Demo(ns) Vol. 1, an eclectic, homespun 13 track audio/visual mixtape. Recorded by Sean Oakley (Rick Rubin, Frank Ocean) and mixed by Andrew Savours (My Bloody Valentine), it is an enticing first document of the band's effortlessly emotive songwriting and command of atmosphere which will be familiar to anyone who has seen their visceral live shows so far, as well as a glimpse at in-studio production possibilities to be explored in their future work.

Sorry will be playing their biggest headline show to date at Corsica Studios in London on 5 December. The evening will see the band curate a line up of artists, DJs and visual artists, including Middle England (live), DJ sets from Mica Levi and Glows, and poet Georgie Jesson, plus an exhibition from Flop / Spit Tease.

HOME DEMO/NS VOL 1

 

PATRICK WATSON 'BROKEN' OUT NOVEMBER 2017 (DOMINO RECORDINGS)

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Patrick Watson 'Broken'
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Patrick Watson shares ‘Broken’, a brand new single and video released on the 16th November 2017. Watch above.

Of the video, recently shot in Montreal, director Pedro Pires says: “It was a real pleasure to work with Patrick to create this video. We started with simple intuitive ideas such as characters fleeing or running away in fast moving vehicles. I then proposed to use reflections and flares to fragment the light to reveal a more impressionist moody state of mind of these various “broken” characters”, explains the director.

Patrick has been busy on various projects since the 2015 critically acclaimed release of his fifth album, Love Songs for Robots. He played the Montreal Symphonique outdoor concert on the Mount-Royal to celebrate the city’s 375th anniversary, embarked on the Canadian C3 boat for a 2 week run to raise awareness on Diversity and Inclusion, Reconciliation, Youth Engagement and the Environment, and finally, performed last week at the Bell Center for Tower of Songs, a tribute concert to Leonard Cohen in Montreal with Sting, Lana Del Rey, Elvis Costello and more. Patrick and his band are currently recording the next album set to be out sometime in 2018.

Watson composes, performs and records his albums with his full band of almost a decade, which includes Joe Grass (guitars), Robbie Kuster (drums/percussion) and Mishka Stein (bass). The recipient of Canada’s elite Polaris Music Prize in 2007, Watson and his band have performed to over 100,000 people at the 2009 Montreal Jazz Festival as well as with full orchestras in Amsterdam and Montreal. Raised and still living in Montreal, Watson himself has composed fifteen scores for both film and television; including a trailer for ‘The Walking Dead’ and Wim Wenders’ 3D film ‘Everything Will Be Fine’. 

PATRICK WATSON

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VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE DOMINO MUSIC VIDEO OF 2005

COOL STUFF

 CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (LSFF) AND DOMINO

Best buddies, LSFF and Domino, have spent more than the past 15 years creating, curating and sharing an alternative point of view. In this time, Domino has created a wealth of music videos from directors such as Saam Farahmand, Kathryn Ferguson, Rollo Jackson, Shyola and by Luke & Joseph.

Curating collections of year on year music videos, Domino invite you to idulge in past, present and future Domino music videos and join us in praising the brilliant directors and producers for their inspiring creations. Domino will be posting regular polls until 6th January 2018 - the start of the London Short Film Festival. More news on this to be announced... 

Watch the shortlist of music videos from 2005 and select your favourite below.

 

CLICK ON THE PLAYLIST ICON TOP LEFT OF THE VIDEO TO WATCH THIS SELECTION 

2005: What is your favourite Domino Music Video?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 


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INSECURE MEN 'TEENAGE TOY' (DOMINO PUBLISHING)

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Insecure Men 'Subaru Nights' & 'Teenage Toy'
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Teenage Toy is the latest track from Insecure Men (via Fat Possum Records), the band led by the fiercely talented songwriter and musician Saul Adamczewski and his schoolmate and stabilising influence, Ben Romans-Hopcraft. Listen below.

Outwardly a charming exercise in timeless pop, exotica and easy listening and ostensibly a near flawless execution of the ‘perfect pop song’, there however lurks a darker heart beneath the surface of Teenage Toy. As Saul says it’s “pretty music with a dark underbelly to it”. “Teenage Toy is about adolescent sexuality and how frustrating that can be for most of us, especially people growing up in the suburbs or suburbs of the suburbs,” he adds. “Like those towns that only have one garage. We wanted it to sound like a demented cartoon world. I think we achieved that. Well done us.”

The track was written by Saul at The Queens Head pub, Stockwell, the Fat White Family’s notorious South London ‘practice space’, subsequently recorded onto an ancient Tascam at Sean Lennon’s studio in upstate New York and produced by Sean Lennon and mixed by Marta Salogni

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VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE DOMINO MUSIC VIDEO OF 2004

COOL STUFF

CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (LSFF) AND DOMINO

Best buddies, LSFF and Domino, have spent more than the past 15 years creating, curating and sharing an alternative point of view. In this time, Domino has created a wealth of music videos from directors such as Saam Farahmand, Kathryn Ferguson, Rollo Jackson, Shyola and by Luke & Joseph.

Curating collections of year on year music videos, Domino invite you to idulge in past, present and future Domino music videos and join us in praising the brilliant directors and producers for their inspiring creations. Domino will be posting regular polls until 6th January 2018 - the start of the London Short Film Festival. More news on this to be announced... 

Watch the shortlist of music videos from 2004 and select your favourite below.

CLICK ON THE PLAYLIST ICON TOP LEFT OF THE VIDEO TO WATCH THIS SELECTION 

2004: What is your favourite Domino Music video?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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WATCHING SUPERORGANISM'S TELEVISION DEBUT AND VEVO DSCVR SESSION (DOMINO ALL-IN)

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Superorganism 'Something For Your M.I.N.D'
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Superorganism made their debut television appearance on Later ... With Jools Holland performing 'Something For Your M.I.N.D' 'Nobody Cares' and 'Everybody Wants To Be Famous'. Superorganism have also been selected as one of the artists to watch 2018 by VEVO DSCVR. Watch their performance on Jools Holland and VEVO DSCVR session above. 

Following a run of rapturously received debut live performances – including a 700 capacity sell out London show at the capital’s Village Underground – Superorganism today announce an extensive run of European and north American headline shows for 2018. The tour will include six UK shows, including their biggest headline show to date at London’s 1000 capacity Oval Space. Full details at http://www.wearesuperorganism.com/#tour

SOMETHING FOR YOUR M.I.N.D.

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WATCHING XENOULA 'LUNA MAN' (DOMINO ALL-IN)

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Xenoula 'Xenoula'
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Ahead of the release of Xenoula’s debut album later this month on the 24th November via Weird World, Xenoula shares the video for ‘Luna Man’. Watch above. 

Teaming up with producer Sam Dust aka LA Priest (whose recent work includes his own debut solo album as well as Connan Mockasin collaboration Soft Hair), Xenoula’s songs are adorned in a chameleon-like coat of shape-shifting sonic textures, from the brooding, electric clouds and pulsing synths of ‘Chief of Tin’ to the sun-warped bassline pop of ‘Caramello’.

Xenoula is Romy Xeno. Romy spent her early years in South Africa where she was influenced by the elemental songs of nearby villagers and the (tranquil) rhythms of nature. Here she developed an introspective affinity with flora and fauna rather than with man and machines. When Romy moved back to the UK at the age of 16, the culture shock and collision of two contrasting worlds inspired her to make music as a way of communicating her feelings about her new surroundings to the crowds of people she instinctively shied away from.

XENOULA

CHIEF OF TIN

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VOTE FOR YOUR FAVOURITE DOMINO MUSIC VIDEO OF 2003

COOL STUFF

CELEBRATING 15 YEARS OF LONDON SHORT FILM FESTIVAL (LSFF) AND DOMINO

Best buddies, LSFF and Domino, have spent more than the past 15 years creating, curating and sharing an alternative point of view. In this time, Domino has created a wealth of music videos from directors such as Saam Farahmand, Kathryn Ferguson, Rollo Jackson, Shyola and by Luke & Joseph.

Curating collections of year on year music videos, Domino invite you to idulge in past, present and future Domino music videos and join us in praising the brilliant directors and producers for their inspiring creations. Domino will be posting regular polls until 6th January 2018 - the start of the London Short Film Festival. More news on this to be announced... 

Watch the shortlist of music videos from 2003 and select your favourite below 

 

CLICK ON THE PLAYLIST ICON TOP LEFT OF THE VIDEO TO WATCH THIS SELECTION

2003: What is your favourite Domino Music Video?
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

HOOKWORMS 'MICROSHIFT' OUT 2ND FEBRUARY 2018 (DOMINO ALL-IN)

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Hookworms 'Microshift'
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Microshift is the third album from Hookworms, due for release on February 2nd 2018 via Domino. With the announcement of Microshift, the band share new track, ‘Negative Space’ along with new music, Hookworms will return to the live circuit with dates in both 2017 and in 2018. Watch above. 

Microshift is the Leeds band's first new work in over 3 years and marks a seismic shift in their sound, dynamic, songwriting and production, whilst still bearing all the ferocious energy, intricate musicianship and bruised but beautiful song-craft of the previous releases which have quietly made them one of the UK's most revered young bands.

The album is formed out of loops, modular synthesizer sequences, drum machines, homemade samples etc. which were jammed around and layered until the songs began to emerge. The band have also opened their writing to include collaborations with artists such as Richard Formby (on Opener), Christopher Duffin (on Boxing Day) and Alice Merida Richards (on Each Time We Pass).

THE HUM (2014)

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