OWEN PALLETT debuts a brand new video clip in advance of his upcoming album, 'In Conflict' out 26th May 2014, for the single 'Song For Five & Six'. Directed by Jeff Scheven, the video features the choreography of Robert Binet, Choreographic Associate of The National Ballet of Canada, as well as the impressive dancing of students of Canada’s National Ballet School.
Owen Pallett's European line-up features drummer Robbie Gordon and multi-instrumentalist Matt Smith. The new configuration has been appearing as part of a series of after-shows for Arcade Fire, with whom Pallett has been touring extensively around the world and with whom he shared his recent Academy Award nomination for their collaboration on the original score for Spike Jonze's Her.
MAY 2014 DATES:
21-London, UK-Oval Space (with Sean Nicholas Savage and Fairhorns)
23-Paris, FR-La Maroquinerie (with Hauschka and Fairhorns)
Domino Publishing is delighted to announce the signing of Fat White Family. The band released their debut album, "Champagne Holocaust" on Trashmouth Records last year. "Touch The Leather", a stand-alone single, followed in March 2014 through Hate Hate Hate. The band are currently working on a new LP.
Watch the video for 'Touch The Leather (Redux)' below which was directed by Roger Sargent.
Experienced London-based producer/musician Oli Bayston (aka 'Boxed In') debuted one of our favourite tracks of the latter end of 2013 with “All Your Love Is Gone”. Now he’s back with another piece of assured piano pop in “No Joke”.
Real Estate share their brand new video for their forthcoming single, ‘Crime’, exclusively on comedic website Funny Or Die. Directed by US comedian and radio host Tom Scharpling, the video stars actor Andy Daly (Eastbound & Down, currently starring on Review from Comedy Central), who just so happens to hail from the very same hometown as the band: Ridgewood, New Jersey.
'Wysing Forest' is Luke Abbott's second album and is released on Border Community on the 23rd of June.
It arrives four years on from Abbott's debut LP, Holkham Drones, which received huge critical acclaim. Although this new record will land in the summer months - Abbott says it was recorded in winter "in the middle of the countryside [with] no mobile phone reception and limited internet access."
Wysing Forest is named after the Wysing Arts Centre in Cambridgeshire, where Abbott recorded the album over a six-week period in 2012 while he was the centre's musician-in-residence.
You can listen to the track ‘Amphis’ from the new album in the accompanied Soundcloud player below.
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