GIN WIGMORE 'IVORY' OUT 6TH APRIL (DOMINO PUBLISHING/NATIVE TONGUE)

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Gin Wigmore 'Ivory'
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Gin Wigmore shares her fourth album, 'Ivory' is out via Interscope Records on the 6th April. Watch the video for 'Girl Gang' above.

In the lead up to the album, audiences were introduced to Gin Wigmore's #GIRLGANG project. Wigmore hand selected five different artists to create exclusive and original pieces inspired by five songs from the new album. 
The new album serves as the follow up to Gin Wigmore’s third album Blood To Bone, which was met with praise around the world including a nomination for Best Live Act at the 2015 MTV EMA’s and the award for Best Female Artist at the 2015 NZ Music Awards.

BLOOD TO BONE (2015)

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UNKNOWN MORTAL ORCHESTRA (KODY NIELSON CO-WRITE) ‘SEX & FOOD’ OUT 6TH APRIL 2018 (DOMINO PUBLISHING) 

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Unknown Mortal Orchestra 'Sex and Food'
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Kody Nielson aka Silicon (Domino Publishing Writer) has co-written the latest Unknown Mortal Orchestra 'Sex & Food' out April 6, 2018. Watch the “Everyone Acts Crazy Nowadays” video above.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra update the mind-bending sounds of '70s psychedelia with a fascinating mix of hi-fi and lo-fi, slick and homespun. Following the direction set out on 2015’s Multi-LoveSex & Food dives further into soul and R&B, providing spaced-out takes on Prince (“Hunnybee”), Stevie Wonder (“Ministry of Alienation”), even straight-up disco-pop (“Everyone Acts Crazy Nowadays”).

SILICON 'PERSONAL COMPUTER'

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WATCHING JEREMY JAY 'DEMONS' OUT 4TH MAY 2018 (DOMINO PUBLISHING)

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Jeremy Jay 'Demons'
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American singer-songwriter Jeremy Jay shares the first track from his upcoming album 'Demons' released via El Segell Primavera on 4th May 2018. Listen to 'Demons' above. 

HALLWAYS AND SPLATTERED PAINTINGS (2014)

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OLY RALFE ‘NOTES FROM ANOTHER SEA’ OUT 13TH APRIL 2018 (DOMINO PUBLISHING)

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Oly Ralfe 'Notes From Another Sea'
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Oly Ralfe embarks on a new solo journey. Notes From Another Sea, Ralfe's debut solo instrumental piano album will be released via Ghost Ship Records on the 13th April 2018. Watch 'On My Train' above. 

Oxford-based Oly Ralfe, who has made albums as Ralfe Band since 2005, as an ode of his love of the instrument, Notes From Another Sea is Oly’s first album based entirely around the piano. The album was recorded on several different pianos, recording on a Yamaha upright at Strawhouse Studios in Oxford, an old Steinweg grand at Visconti Studio in London, and in his home studio a Eavestaff mini piano. 

Ralfe on 'Notes From Another Sea':

“A lot of the music I love is stripped back to just one or two instruments. I’ve always wanted to create an album with more space, with an intimate atmosphere. At first it felt a risky undertaking, but I was surprised by how natural the process became. It’s been great to form a clear simple voice through the power of a composition, the moment of the performance and the atmosphere captured in recording it.”

Oly is known for being the principal member and songwriter of Ralfe Band, releasing three studio albums, Swords (Skint), Attic Thieves (Loose), and Son Be Wise (Highline). He also composed the score to the feature film Bunny and the Bull (Warp Films / Film 4), directed by Paul King (Paddington), which was released as a soundtrack album. 

RALFE BAND

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GIRLS NAMES ‘STAINS ON SILENCE’ OUT 4TH MAY 2018 (DOMINO PUBLISHING) 

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Girls Names 'Stains on Silence'
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Following 2015’s blitzing Arms Around a Vision, Girls Names will release their new album on 4th May 2018 via Tough Love. Listen to the first cut from the album, '25' above.  

Stains on Silence sees bassist Claire Miskimmin and guitarist Philip Quinn with a single aim for their fourth album: to make an old-fashioned record clocking in around 30 to 35 minutes in length that made the listener reach straight for repeat. Marked by the presence of drum machines and programming throughout, these eight tracks are once again commandeered by founder Cully.

RETICENCE

ARMS AROUND A VISION 

NEW SIGNING - GIRLS NAMES

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CAVERN OF ANTI-MATTER 'HORMONE LEMONADE' OUT 23RD MARCH 2018 (DOMINO PUBLISHING)

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Cavern of Anti-Matter 'Hormone Lemonade'
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Cavern Of Anti-Matter return for their third studio album 'Hormone Lemonade' released on the 23rd March 2018 via their own Duophonic label. Watch Benjamin Brookes animated video above.

Hormone Lemonade sees the band heavily utilising the sounds of modular synths and home built drum machines, yet still keeping the loose, improvised sound familiar to fans of their first two albums, with minimal guitar melodies and live drum kit helping to build hypnotic layers of texture. 

I'M THE UNKNOWN EP 

CAVERN OF ANTI-MATTER 'VOID BEATS/INVOCATION TREX'

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SAM EVIAN 'YOU, FOREVER' OUT 1ST JUNE 2018 (DOMINO PUBLISHING)

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Sam Evian 'You, Forever'
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New York-based musician, songwriter, and producer Sam Owens (Sam Evian) shares the first track from his upcoming album 'You, Forever' out 1st June 2018. Listen above.

You, Forever (as well as 2017’s Need You, a collaboration with Chris Cohen) was written on the heels of Owens’s experience touring his first album with his band. Further fueled by a desire to escape from the glow of screens and to embrace a sense of limitation, he quickly developed a new set of instrumental songs written and recorded on a four-track cassette recorder in his parents’ house in North Carolina. Inspired by these limiting techniques, Owens borrowed an eight-track reel-to-reel tape recorder from a friend, rented a house in Upstate New York, and took his band there to record the new album in July of 2017. 

SAM EVIAN 'PREMIUM'

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SPACEBOMB HOUSE BAND 'LIBRARY MUSIC I: NO SPACE HIGH ENOUGH' OUT 9TH MARCH 2018 (DOMINO PUBLISHING)

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Spacebomb House Band 'Library Music I: No Space High Enough'
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Library Music is an anthology of new recordings from the world of Spacebomb, a growing archive of instrumentals, interstitial music and spiritual sound effects collected in Richmond, Va. Each release is intended for practical use and distributed as supplementary material. Listen above.

Straight from the Spacebomb House Band, No Space High Enough is the first installment of a serialized sonic venture. Unlike other Spacebomb productions, lyrics and melody are not central here, so mood and texture come to the fore on these largely instrumental set pieces. Four constant collaborators–Matthew E. White the visionary pragmatist, Trey Pollard the pragmatic visionary, Cameron Ralston the navigator of spirits & Pinson Chanselle the spirited navigator–focus their output in a flowing mix of styles and scenes, discrete soundtracks saturated with the soul of an imaginary cinema. Operating through the blurred roles of producer, composer, player, arranger, and dub engineer, these four interlocking personalities combine to form a remarkably singular voice.

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