Irish singer-songwriter Róisín Murphy has revealed the full details behind her first new album in eight years, the follow-up to 2007’s Overpowered. Entitled Hairless Toys, due out via Play It Again Sam.
The nine-track effort is previewed with lead single/album opener “Gone Fishing”, a chipper, multilayered electro-folk ballad. In a statement, Murphy explained how the song and a number of other LP cuts were inspired by the 1990 documentary Paris Is Burning.
Off-Peak, is a game created by Archie Pelago cellist Cosmo D. It sees the user stranded at a cathedral-like train station in the near future, searching for a ticket out of town. Explore the secret passageways, interact with strangers, dig for records, and get hypnotized by the soundtrack – a new batch of never-before-heard Archie Pelago tunes.
Lower Dens have released the video for ‘To Die in L.A.’ from their forthcoming album,Escape from Evil, released on March 30th 2015 on Ribbon Music.
The ‘To Die in L.A.’ video was directed by SSION’s Cody Critcheloe (Perfume Genius, Dum Dum Girls). It finds the self-obsessed female protagonist, the song’s “heartbreaker,” trying to navigate through clichéd LA culture in a series of hyper idealized sequences.
Rosie Lowe returns with her new single, ‘Who’s That Girl?’. Accompanied by a mesmeric video - the single gives another hint as to what we can expect from Lowe’s debut album, which will be released on Paul Epworth’s Wolf Tone label later this year. In support of the single, Lowe has announced a very special London show at the intimate & beautiful St Pancras Old Church on April 15th.
Braids, the Montreal dream pop trio led by Raphaelle Standell, are set to release their new album Deep In The Iris on April 27th through Arbutus Records. The nine-track effort serves as the band’s third to date and follows 2013’s Flourish // Perish.
Taken from a new collaborative EP with the Fat White Family and Peake’s Eccentronic Research Council project, the new Moonlandingz video, featuring the Bafta–nominated Maxine Peake as a crazed stalker of a fictional band. Watch above.
Sweet Saturn Mine is the lead track taken from the Moonlandingz’ EP out on 16 March – a collaboration between the Fat Whites and Eccentronic Research Council. Written from the perspective of a fan of a small-time local band – the infatuation with the group tips into obsession, before plummeting dramatically into something far more sinister.
Steve Strange, the former lead singer of popular 80s band Visage, best known for their breakout single Fade to Grey, has passed away in Egypt on 12th March, 2015. He was 55 years old.
Born Steve Harrington, Strange co-founded the Blitz Club in London’s trendy Soho district, a venue that pioneered the New Romantic movement and gave several top U.K. acts of the 1980s — including Duran Duran, Spandau Ballet and Boy George’s Culture Club — a stepping stone on their way to global stardom.
Domino Publishing would like to express their deepest condolences to Steve's family.
Bob Moses, the duo comprised of Jimmy Vallance and Tom Howie, release All In All, a collection of their previously released singles. The 11 songs on All In All encompass the duo’s output to date, combining their 2 previous EP releases on Scissor & Thread, and the recent A/B side on Domino, I Ain’t Gonna Be The First To Cry/Grace.
The band have also shared the video for single ‘I Ain’t Gonna Be The First To Cry’. Directed by Gene Doe.
The Groundhogs are a legendary British rock/blues band who were originally formed as The Dollar Bills in London in 1962 by brothers Pete and John Cruickshank. Tony McPhee joined the group later that same year. McPhee steered them towards the blues and renamed them after a John Lee Hooker song, "Groundhog's Blues".
John Cruickshank suggested they became John Lee's Groundhogs when they backed John Lee Hooker on his 1964 UK tour: they later supplemented Little Walter, Jimmy Reed and Champion Jack Dupree when they toured the UK. McPhee featured on Dupree's From New Orleans to Chicago alongside Eric Clapton.
The group's album releases Thank Christ For The Bomb (May 1970); Split (March 1971); and Who Will Save the World? The Mighty Groundhogs (March 1972), recorded as a trio without Rye, all reached the Top 10 in the UK Albums Chart. Split reached number 5, spending 27 weeks in the UK Albums Chart and achieved gold record status, while a single release from the album, "Cherry Red", was featured on BBC Television's Top of the Pops programme on 22 April 1971.
They supported The Rolling Stones on their 1971 British tour at the request of Mick Jagger and released an album of their live set on the Stones tour, recorded at Leeds University and called Live at Leeds. All these albums and live shows were performed by the classic power trio of Cruickshank, McPhee and Pustelnik. 1974's album Solid saw a last return to the charts. The band reformed a few years later under a different line-up, but with McPhee firmly at the helm. Listen to Light My Light from the album Solid (1974) below.
Ahead of the release of his forthcoming album, Gliss Riffer, out February 23rd on Domino, Dan Deacon has shared ‘Learning to Relax.’ It follows the release of the Andrew Jeffrey directed video for Gliss Riffer opening track 'Feel The Lightning.'
Dan Deacon will be performing at the Boiler Room on February 17th, 2015. For more info click HERE.
Meatbodies’ Chad Ubovich began ripping through the rock scene in 2011 as guitarist for Mikal Cronin (also Domino Publishing) and, eventually, bassist in FUZZ. In between tours, he spent his time recording and playing shows around Los Angeles under the name Chad and the Meatbodies. In 2012, Ty Segall (also Domino Publishing) released some of Chad’s bedroom recordings via cassette tape on his GOD? Records imprint. The tape was well received and people began to see Chad was more than just a sideman to his heavy hitting comrades. In 2013, In The Red took notice of Chad’s crunching, grinding sound and added his band, now simply called Meatbodies to their roster.
Hot Chip will release their sixth album and second for Domino, Why Make Sense?, on 18th May 2015. Recorded in Oxfordshire and London and produced by Hot Chip with Mark Ralph, Why Make Sense? is the band’s follow up to 2012’s critically acclaimed In Our Heads.
Watch the accompanying video for the album opener, Huarache Lights above, which is based around a light installation by artist Robert Bell and filmed in one take by Andy Knowles.
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