If…, is the solo album from Bill Ryder-Jones out November 14th 2011 recorded to soundtrack Italo Calvino’s meditation on writing in the post modernist novel If On A Winters Night A Traveller. Ryder-Jones left The Coral after the fifth studio album where he was able to spend time focussing on developing ideas in string arrangements and orchestral platforms particularly with a focus on working towards emulating beloved film scores. This debut came into being in various locations around Ryder-Jones’ hometown of Liverpool including the Scandinavian Church, Grade II listed warehouse Elevator Studios and his mother's home down by the Irish sea. Musicians, friends and even the Liverpool Philharmonic Orchestra pulled together to make this extraordinary undertaking a magnificent work and the beginning of what will assuredly be a spectacular opening for one of Domino's most fine new signings sure to be recognised as one of Britain's finest young composers.
Female duo Deux Furieuses announce Can We Talk About This? as their debut single which was produced by Rob Ellis. Watch the video using the link provided above.
Upcoming gigs: 18th September - Alleycat, London FACEBOOK EVENT 24th September - Grand Bourbon Street Club, Moscow 26th September - Fish Fabric, Saint Petersburg 27th September - Powerhouse, Moscow 18th October - TYCI@Bloc, Glasgow 28th October - The Macbeth, London
Kate Moss turns director and camerawoman for the September issue. In her very first foray into film-making, Moss shoots Lara Stone bonding with the beautiful British Lupines on the shoot styled by Moss and photographed by Mario Sorrenti. Perhaps echoing her supermodel credentials, Moss shot the film on Super 8, giving the short an authentic filmic quality that adds to Sorrenti's moody and mystical stills.
Who better to provide the soundtrack than her own husband's band, The Kills, whose "Goodnight Bad Morning" lends to the gentle haunting of Moss' debut.
Bonnie 'Prince' Billy is to release his new album titled 'Singer’s Grave A Sea Of Tongues' on the 22nd of September on Domino Records. This is his follow-up to last album on Domino which was 2011's 'Wolfroy Goes To Town'.
You can watch 'the most akward interview ever!?!' using the video/audio link provided above.
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