Dirty Projectors have announced their new self-titled album to be released on Domino. They have also shared the brand new track ‘Up In Hudson’ which is described as an elegy to the Obama years, a generation of indie rock, and to a relationship.
The new album does everything we want and expect from Dirty Projectors — but in a way we never could have imagined or anticipated. In a career of surprising conceptual gambits, unexpected stylistic evolutions, and continually changing lineups — this is, as DJ Khaled says, “Another One!".
Solide Mirage is the fourth studio album from Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains. Alongside the announcement, Frànçois & The Atlas Mountains have shared the album’s first single, ‘Grand Dereglement’, plus a video directed by Jack Barraclough and Frànçois himself. The video is a collaboration between Frànçois and Palestinian Dabké dancer Mohamed Okal, who fled with his family from the conflicts in Gaza, where he used to work as an ambulance driver.
Watch the video above.
The album was recorded in Jet Studios in Brussels and produced by Ash Workman, who also worked on Piano Ombre and who has worked with Metronomy and Christine & The Queens, with strings performed by Owen Pallett.
2016 saw the release of Night Moves’ sophomore album, Pennied Days, and today they have followed it up with the digital-only companion EP Carl Sagan consisting of the album’s opening track - a standout from Pennied Days - and four tracks available digitally for the first time.
Listen to it in full and watch the Brook Linder-directed (Grimes, Preoccupations, The Lemon Twigs) video for Carl Sagan via the link below.
Dirty Projectors have shared their new video for their new track 'Little Bubble' - which explores the metaphor of Earth itself as a fragile bubble of life in a cold, dead universe. Building on the visual language of Dirty Projectors’ 2012 short film Hi Custodian, it was directed by Longstreth and longtime collaborator Adam Newport-Berra.
After the first single ‘Keep Your Name,’ here is ‘Little Bubble’ — the second song from the hotly anticipated, possibly forthcoming but yet-unannounced next Dirty Projectors work.
Following an eventful 2016, the multi-instrumentalist, producer and songwriter, Georgia has returned to kick-off the New Year with a new track and video, ‘Feel It’.
Written with the intention to inspire a new generation of musicians to get up and play, Georgia says of ‘Feel It’: “My goal was simple; to make a music video that makes every five-year-old girl in the world break her Barbie's legs and use them as drumsticks.”
Fresh from a European tour with The Kills plus sharing a bill with Florence & The Machine and Kendrick Lamar at the Barclaycard BST Hyde Park Festival, Georgia has announced that she will be heading out on tour with The Flaming Lips across Europe this January,including her biggest UK show to date at London’s O2 Brixton Academy.
2016 has been a landmark year for Dev Hynes – aka Blood Orange – who released one of the years best albums, Freetown Sound – al record that has made its way onto many year-end Best Of 2016 lists including Pitchfork, Complex, TIME, Fader, Esquire, CRACK, The Guardian, among others.
A standout from the record, “Better Than Me”, now has a video. The video was directed by Dev Hynes, features Carly Rae Jepsen (who also sings on the track), and was choreographed by Juri Onuki.
Domino is proud to launch Documents, an irregular new series of live studio recordings designed to capture the ever-evolving arrangements of our artists and their bands in high fidelity. Taking its inspiration from classic BBC sessions, each Documents release will be recorded in no more than a day or two at a world class studio in London. Or at least that’s the plan.
The first official Documents release is In The Same Room by Julia Holter, although Domino count Villagers’ 'Where Have You Been All My Life?' as the honorary inaugural Document in all but name.
In The Same Room is named after a song from Holter’s 2012 album Ekstasis, andthis new career-spanning collection is the fruit of two days recording by Julia and her tremendous band (Corey Fogel – drums/vocals; Dina Maccabee - viola/vocals and Devin Hoff - stand-up bass) at RAK Studios in the days after their main stage performance at Green Man Festival in Wales.
Listen to ‘So Lillies’ ABOVE a re-working of the track from her debut album Tragedy (2011)that highlights Julia’s constant progression and the breadth of her capabilities.
London’s Little Cub have shared a video for their latest track, ‘My Nature’. Directed by Bear Damen, whose previous work includes Fatima Yamaha’s ‘Love Invaders’ clip, the new video finds its protagonist in a total state of trance to the song, as if possessed by someone performing it through them.
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