JOE GODDARD 'ELECTRIC LINES' OUT 21ST APRIL 2017 VIA GRECO-ROMAN/DOMINO

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Joe Goddard 'Electric Lines'

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Joe Goddard 'Electric Lines'

Electric Lines is all about connections. The title refers to the colourful cables that link the modules in his Eurorack synthesizer and to the invisible wires that run between all the different kinds of electronic music that he loves. An apt title for a record which brilliantly unites the strands of his prolific career: a member of Hot Chip and the 2 Bears, songwriter, producer, DJ, Grammy award nominated remixer and co-founder of the Greco-Roman label. Designed to share his stories directly with fans prior to Electric Lines release, the site is an extension of Goddard’s playlist of the same name - which he’ll continue to curate throughout 2017. Charting his musical influences, passions and the friendships that inspired the creative process when making the forthcoming album, the interactive site uses Spotify’s API technology to power a radio show style experience with original audio commentary from Goddard. 

London-based Toby Mortimer (George Fitzgerald’s ‘Crystalise, Loyle Carner’s ‘Stars & Shards’, King Creosote’s ‘You Just Want’) created a set of bespoke illustrations for the site, with audio responsive loops animated by design collective People.  

Stream ‘Electric Lines’ on Spotify: http://po.st/ELSpotify

Stream on all other platforms: http://po.st/ELListen 

Catch Joe Goddard on tour in 2017 

April 23                                     King Tut’s                                             Glasgow, UK 

April 27                                     La Badaboum                                       Lieu Paris, France 

April 29                                     Botanique Rotonde                               Brussels, Belgium

April 30                                     BITTERZOET                                         Amsterdam, Netherlands 

May 4                                       Heaven                                                 London, UK  

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HOME VIDEO

 

WATCHING JOE GODDARD 'HOME' VIDEO

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Joe Goddard 'Electric Lines'

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Joe Goddard has shared the video for his brand new single, Home. Featuring vocals from bright, new, Michigan born vocalist Daniel Wilson, this  disco-sampling deep house banger is all about that long cab ride home through London after a night out clubbing.

Thanks to Pete Fowler’s brilliantly trippy animations, the journey starts here on earth (as it usually does), before we’re transported into a world of purple dinosaurs raving on clouds and floating DJ booths.

Home is taken from Joe’s forthcoming solo album Electric Lines which is out on 21st April, 2017 via Domino.

JOE GODDARD - ELECTRIC LINES

JOE GODDARD - LOSE OUR LOVE (SINGLE)

HOT CHIP 'WHY MAKE SENSE?' DELUXE EDITION

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FLYING SAUCER ATTACK 'FLYING SAUCER ATTACK', 'NEW LANDS' AND 'MIRROR' REISSUES OUT 14TH APRIL 2017

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'New Lands'

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When West Country feedback merchant Dave Pearce's Flying Saucer Attack resurfaced in 2015 with his first new music in more than a decade, it provided the ideal opportunity to introduce his out-of-print back catalogue to a whole new audience. Following the excitement generated by the  re-release of FurtherChorus and Distance last year, Domino are reissuing three more of his peerless early works – the self-titled debut, New Lands and Mirror.

Listen to 'Present' from New Lands above.

FLYING SAUCER ATTACK REISSUES #1

FLYING SAUCER ATTACK - INSTRUMENTALS

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SPIRAL STAIRS SHARES NEW SINGLE 'DUNDEE MAN' FROM 'DORIS AND THE DAGGERS' ALBUM

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'Doris and the Daggers'

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Scott Kannberg, aka Spiral Stairs (founding member of Pavement and Preston School of Industry, has shared the latest song from his forthcoming new album Doris and The Daggers, ‘Dundee Man’.

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SPIRAL STAIRS - DORIS AND THE DAGGERS

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JOE GODDARD 'ELECTRIC LINES' OUT 21ST APRIL 2017

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Joe Goddard 'Electric Lines'

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Electric Lines, the new album from producer Joe Goddard, is all about connections. The title refers to the colourful cables that link the modules in his Eurorack synthesizer and to the invisible wires that run between all the different kinds of electronic music that he loves. An apt title for a record which brilliantly unites the strands of his prolific career: member of Hot Chip and the 2 Bears, songwriter, producer, DJ, Grammy award nominated remixer and co-founder of the Greco-Roman label.

Like Four Tet, Caribou and Jamie xx, Joe combines a thirst for experimentation, an instinctive understanding of the dancefloor and a love of left-of-centre pop music. Electric Lines confirms his place in the front rank of British producers.

Watch the video for 'Music Is The Answer' above.

JOE GODDARD - LOSE OUR LOVE (SINGLE)

HOT CHIP 'WHY MAKE SENSE?' DELUXE EDITION

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SPIRAL STAIRS 'DORIS AND THE DAGGERS' OUT 24TH MARCH 2017

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'Doris and the Daggers'

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It’s been eight years since Scott Kannberg, aka Spiral Stairs (founding member of Pavement and Preston School of Industry), released any new music. He knows that. The years just have a habit of slipping away sometimes.

Doris and The Daggers – to be released on through Domino - and shares the first track from it, the album opener ‘Dance (Cry Wolf)’. Its Roxy Music meets Wire slink and stompable groove is a “positive, dance-away-the-pain thing” says Scott whilst the video features Jason Lytle from Grandaddy.

Watch the video for Dance (Cry Wolf) above.

SPIRAL STAIRS

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BUZZCOCKS 'SPIRAL SCRATCH' EP AND 'TIMES UP' REISSUES OUT 27TH JANUARY AND 10TH MARCH 2017

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'Time's Up'

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Domino will release the 40th anniversary of the release of Buzzcocks’ groundbreaking ‘Spiral Scratch’ EP with its reissue and ‘Time’s Up’, the 1976 demos recorded with founder & singer Howard Devoto and originally released as a bootleg. 

Featuring the original line-up of Howard Devoto (vocals & songwriter), Pete Shelley (guitar & songwriter), Steve Diggle (bass guitar) and John Maher (drums), ‘Time’s Up’ was recorded at Revolution Studios, Bramhall Lane Stockport on the 18th of October 1976. The session, recording Buzzcocks’ live set at the time, cost £45 and was engineered by Andy MacPherson. 

In December of the same year, the band recorded the four track ‘Spiral Scratch’ EP with a minimum of fuss in ‘downtime’ at Indigo Studios, with Martin Hannett (then going under the pseudonym of Martin Zero) producing.  The band inexplicably took it upon themselves to release the EP themselves, somehow finding the monies necessary to press up 1000 copied on 7” vinyl, on their own New Hormones label.  The EP sold for £1 a copy. Within days of the initial release, with typical punk chaos and sweet disregard for any cohesive business strategy, Howard Devoto revealed that he was quitting the band.  The ‘Spiral Scratch’ EP quickly sold out its initial 1000 pressing, went on to sell 16,000 copies over the next six months and is now recognised as one of, if not the, most important records of the punk explosion – the first self-released record of its time, with the band responsible for everything, from sleeve design to distribution.

Watch ‘Breakdown’, filmed at Manchester’s Lesser Free Trade Hall shows in 1976 - watch ABOVE.

BUZZCOCKS (OFFICIAL WEBSITE)

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WILD BEASTS SHARE COVER OF LEONARD COHEN'S 'THAT'S NO WAY TO SAY GOODBYE'

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'Boy King' & Instrumentals

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Rounding off a stellar 2016 following the release of the amazing Boy King, Wild Beasts have today shared a cover of Leonard Cohen's 'Hey, That's No Way To Say Goodbye'.

Listen above.

WILD BEASTS - BOY KING

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