FLYING SAUCER ATTACK REISSUE CLASSIC ALBUMS 'DISTANCE', 'FURTHER' AND 'CHORUS' OUT 18TH MARCH 2016

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'Distance', 'Further' and 'Chorus'
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Following last year’s re-emergence with Instrumentals in 2015, three of Flying Saucer Attack’s most revered albums - Distance, Further and Chorus are to be re-issued on Domino.

Watch and listen to Distance’s ‘Oceans’ above, and stream Further’s ‘In The Light of Time’ and Chorus’ ‘Feedback Song’ via fsa.space HERE.

David Pearce re-materialised last year with the beautiful Instrumentals 2015 and attracted all manner of attention - as one does when one emerges from self-imposed exile holding a glittering prize. Without warning he became part of the musical landscape once again, heralding a new phase of the project he initiated in the early 1990s. Interviews and retrospective features assessed his importance in the continually unfolding story of British music, referring back to the music contained within these three artifacts, which sound as untainted - even more so, in fact - as they did on their initial release.

There are many that believe the concept of electric folk to have died at some point in the 1970s following the heyday of bands and artists such as Fairport Convention, Roy Harper and John Martyn. These three reissues give the lie to that commonly held misconception. For while Distance, Further and Chorus do not cleave all that faithfully to the folk rock template established by the electrified rovers of that supposed golden age, and incorporate elements absorbed from musics as varied as krautrock, drone and dub, they can be considered in that lineage, with its Arcadian attitude to the unsullied landscapes of Britain and romanticised idea that old traditions may, at some point, produce something fresh and unheard.

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MANGO FALL/WINTER '17 CAMPAIGN - 'HOLY MOLY' BY MATTHEW E. WHITE (DOMINO ALL-IN)

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Matthew E. White 'Holy Moly'
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Mango Fall/Winter '17 Campaign

Featuring the track 'Holy Moly' by Matthew E. White (Domino All-In)

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PROPR NORWEGIAN AD - 'TRAIN SONG' BY VASHTI BUNYAN (DOMINO PUBLISHING)

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Vashti Bunyan 'Train Song'
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PROPR (Direct Home Sale Service) Norwegian Advertisement

Featuring the track 'Train Song' By Vashti Bunyan (Domino Publishing)

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BFI FILM OF THE WEEK: KELLY AND VICTOR (2012)

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After premiering at London Film Festival five years ago, Kelly + Victor (2012 dir. Kieran Evans) launches on the new BFI Player. The soundtrack was drawn from Domino Publishing featuring Bill Ryder-Jones, King Creosote, Jon Hopkins and Wild Beasts make up the soundtrack to this haunting and compelling love drama set in Liverpool. Achieving a BAFTA for 'Outstanding debut', the film has continued to gain critical success with Sight and Sound calling director Kieran Evans, "The most exciting British Filmmaker to emerge in the wake of Lynne Ramsay".

The full movie can be watched on the BFI Player. HERE

Stream the Official Soundtrack HERE

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ADIDAS X STELLA MCCARTNEY - 'FEEL IT' BY GEORGIA (DOMINO ALL-IN)

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Georgia 'Feel It'
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Adidas by Stella Mccartney / City X Nature

Featuring the track 'Feel It' by Georgia (Domino All-In)

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IKKS PRINTEMPS 2017 ONLINE CAMPAIGN - 'HAD TEN DOLLAZ' BY CHERRY GLAZERR (RIBBON/DOMINO PUBLISHING)

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Cherry Glazerr 'Had Ten Dollaz'
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IKKS Printemps Été 2017 Online Campaign 'We Are Young'

Featuring the track 'Had Ten Dollaz' by Cherry Glazerr (Ribbon/Domino Publishing)

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NEW SIGNING - PROTOMARTYR 'RELATIVES IN DESCENT' OUT 29TH SEPTEMBER 2017

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Protomartyr 'Relatives in Descent'
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Anxiety about the precarious nature of reality is a recurring thread on Protomartyr's 4th full-length and Domino debut, Relatives In Descent out September 29th. Though not a concept album, it presents twelve variations on a theme: the unknowable nature of truth, and the existential dread that often accompanies that unknowing. It's no coincidence this missive comes to us at a moment when disinformation and garbled newspeak have become a daily reality.  'Relatives In Descent' offers new layers and new insights, without sanding any of the edges born from their days as a Detroit bar band.

It all begins with ‘A Private Understanding,’ pegged as the album's opening statement the second it was finished, and a wellspring from which the following eleven songs flow. At once beautiful and brutal, it mutates from drum-led oddity to unlikely anthem, with some of Casey’s most potent lyrical work at its centre.

Watch the video for 'A Private Understanding' above. 

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WATCHING LITTLE CUB 'BREATHING SPACE' MUSIC VIDEO (DOMINO ALL-IN)

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Little Cub 'Breathing Space'
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Following the acclaim of their debut album Still Life, south London trio Little Cub have shared the video for stand-out track, ‘Breathing Space’. Watch above.

“’Breathing Space’ is a song about the negative spaces in a relationship and people and things that come in to fill those gaps. Don Paterson once said it's easier to traverse the distance of space than to bridge the distance between one person's mind and yours and here the central question is one of fidelity. That if someone keeps you at arms length for long enough at what point does so much come between you that the ties simply come undone.”

On release of their new music video, Little Cub have announced their Autumn UK tour dates

Friday 8th September – Banbury – Also Known As

Saturday 9th September – Newhaven – Newhaven Fort Festival

Sunday 10th September - Tunbridge Wells – The Forum

Monday 11th September – Southampton – Joiners

Tuesday 12th September – Reading – Purple Turtle

Wednesday 13th September - St Albans – The Horn

Thursday 14th September – Winchester - Railway

Friday 15th September – Dover - Booking Hall

Sunday 1st October – Glasgow - Broadcast

 Monday 2nd October – Manchester - Rebellion

Tuesday 3rd October – Bristol - Louisiana

Wednesday 4th October – London - Oslo

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