Fat White Family have unveiled new song ‘Breaking Into Aldi’.
It’s the band’s first new material since their second album ‘Songs For Our Mothers’ was released in January. The single was produced by Sean Lennon and the band’s Saoudi brothers, singer Lias and keyboardist Nathan Saoudi, with their regular producer Liam May.
Kate Tempest - artist, poet, playwright and novelist has announced a new album, and it’s due out later this year. The follow-up to her Mercury-nominated breakthrough ‘Everybody Down’ will be released through Fiction Records and is titled ’Let Them Eat Chaos’.
After the release of her Sunday Times Bestselling novel ‘The Bricks The Built The Houses’ earlier in the year, the forthcoming record sees Kate continue her creative relationship with prolific producer Dan Carey.
The first taste of the new LP comes in the form of an album trailer (see above), which features the track ‘Picture A Vacuum’ set against the album’s dystopian artwork courtesy of photomontage artist Peter Kennard.
'All that Matters' Directed by Tash Tung and Chris Turner
"I wrote this song as a bittersweet mantra for someone close to me and since then, it seems to have also become my own tune to lift me out of troubled moments. A constant reminder that no matter what life throws at you, to not forget about the ones who will always care, the ones who are standing waiting to welcome you back, the ones who will forever look after you and say simply, they love you. At the end of the day, that’s all that matters, caring and being cared for. Yet to love and not be loved is one of the saddest things of all."
"I've read 1 in 3 of us will die with dementia, and a third of us are connected to someone with dementia through family and friends", says Peel, discussing the album's central theme - memory. “850,000 people in the UK alone have it now and 2 in 3 people affected will be women. It’s quite remarkable really, and it’s getting worse”.
Produced by long-time collaborator Erland Cooper and was recoorded in their own analogue studio in Shoreditch and Attica Audio, Ireland.
Superimpose explores the making of The Range's new album Potential, which exclusively uses the voices of people who posted themselves on YouTube. The documentary sheds light on the unique and varied human stories of the people featured on the album, who were completely unknown to The Range when originally selected.
In addition to this an EP titled 'Superimpose (Music from the Documentary)' has also been released in conjuction with the documentary's release. Stream it HERE.
In the run up to the release of their new album Days Gone By (Never Enough Edition), NYC-based Canadian act Bob Moses have shared a new remix taken from the forthcoming LP by esteemed Dutch producer and DJ Joris Voorn and, in addition, have announced a new headline show at London’s Village Underground, taking place on August 26th.
Having rocketed to critical acclaim since releasing their debut studio album in 2015 with indie giants Domino (home to Hot Chip, George Fitzgerald and Jon Hopkins), the pair are now widely touted as NYC’s leading break out dance/rock act, as evidenced by a recent appearance on major US talk show, Ellen Degeneres and an invitation from legendary DJ, Pete Tong, to record their debut Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1 back in March.
You can listen to the Joris Voorn remix of ‘Like It Or Not’ below.
After a 4 year break North Sea Radio Orchestra return with their fourth album 'Dronne'. All North Sea Radio Orchestra music is composed, recorded and lead by guitarist Craig Fortnam who during the last four years he has not been idle. As well as releasing Arch Garrison's 2014 CD, 'I Will Be A Pilgrim' (Craig as singer-songwriter, singing songs about old roads and chalk downland in a psych-folk haze), Craig also spent the first half of 2014 immersed in the music of Robert Wyatt, having been asked to direct and do all arrangements for a performance of Wyatt's music for the Nuits de Fourviere Festival in Lyon, with North Sea Radio Orchestra as house-band. 'I A Moon', North Sea Radio Orchestra's previous album was very much concerned with the tragic illness that befell Craig's good friend Tim Smith (that underrated genius from pop / prog / punk legends Cardiacs), so that album felt almost unbearably sad at points.
For this release Craig wanted there to be no 'meaning' or particular theme but of course life often intervenes in such plans; half way through making the record Craig suffered a close family bereavement, naturally having a huge impact on the outcome of this album 'Dronne' still contains all the elements that have made North Sea Radio Orchestra special to their fans and wholly unique in British music; the ability to produce beautiful music without being over-sweet, the combination of large-scale instrumentals ('Dinosaurus Rex Parts 1 and 2') with smaller pieces and songs, the beautiful voice of Sharron Fortnam, and the ability to marry seemingly disparate influences (Britten, Vaughan-Williams, Cardiacs, early Kraftwerk etc), all wrapped up in a very English/Northern European harmonic and melodic language.
On turning 60, legendary producer Clive Langer decided it was time to get a band together. Their first LP is 'Practice' will be released on Domino.
Previous to that moment, Clive’s CV read like a route map of the last four decades of the very best British music. As a member of legendary rock’n’roll misfits Deaf School, Langer had helped influence a generation of kids who’d go on to form bands as diverse as Madness and Frankie Goes to Hollywood. Later on - with studio partner Alan Winstanley – he helped steer everything from One Step Beyond to Kilimanjaro; Too-Rye-Ay to Shipbuilding (a co-write with Elvis Costello) with stop offs for the Attractions, the Commotions, Morrissey, Roddy Frame and even the Dame himself (Bowie’s timeless classic Absolute Beginners). But something about that significant age set him on a different path.
Recorded at Iguana Studio in Brixton with musician mates and long time cohorts (including Suggs and Roxy Music’s Andy Mackay), Practice is jagged, melodious, ingenious, impulsive and exhilarating.
How To Dress Well - aka Tom Krell - will release his fourth album, Care, via Weird World /Domino. Written by Krell, mixed by Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, fun.), and featuring co-production from Krell alongside Jack Antonoff, Dre Skull, CFCF, and Kara-Lis Coverdale, Care is a sensual, dazzling alt-pop tour de force.
The video for the first single ‘Lost Youth / Lost You’, was directed by Ben Tricklebank and choreographed by Jos McKain, features dancers McKain, Viet Dang, Grave Jones, Emily Jane, and Annie Blackhurt. Watch above.
Care is the next step in the evolution of Krell’s sound, which began with his first critically-lauded album, Love Remains, in 2010 and continued up through his widely acclaimed previous album, What Is This Heart?, released in 2014. In six quick years, Krell has deftly moved from hazy, bedroom R&B to full-blown alt-pop gems, projecting more clarity and depth than ever before. Writing and working between Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York, Care retains Krell’s signature lyrical wordplay while being the most vibrant, curious, and celebratory he’s ever been with the listener.
Zomby has announced his latest album, Ultra, out September 2 via Hyperdub. It features a collaboration with Burial, “Sweetz,” which will be released as a 10'' on July 29, as well as a collaboration with Darkstar and more. Ultra is Zomby's first full LP since 2013's With Love. Last year, he released a pair of EPs called Let's Jam.
Ragz Originale is 24 year old Ivor Novello nominated, multi-faceted, multi-talented producer/songwriter/artist, in any order.
He’s been responsible for some of today’s groundbreaking music, some of which you may have heard before including production and co-writing on Skepta’s ‘Konnichiwa’ LP (Konnichiwa, Shutdown,Text Me Back) and for Oscar #Worldpeace, Cartae, CASisDEAD, Dej Loaf, Krept & Konan, Girli and many more. As a recording artist, he wrote, recorded, produced, performed and released his uniquely kaleidoscopic debut LP ‘With You Now’ via his own label Mini Kingz.
Ragz really is only just getting started and has a fantastic future ahead of him. We warmly welcome him to the Domino Publishing family.
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