Fomer Test Icicles member Sam Mehran features as one of the producers working with new Brooklyn singer Katie Rush along with Gunk TV Records' Zak Mering. The '80s-drenched "Law of Attraction" is both Rush's first single and the title track of her debut EP which is out now.
From the streets of Finland to the backcountry of British Columbia, from Norway to Japan,“Snowboarding: For Me” brings to life the unique relationship between members of Oakley's world-class snowboarding team and the sport and lifestyle they inhabit every single day.
Featuring 'Lost It Trying' by Son Lux from the album 'Lanterns'.
Alex G has recently signed to Lucky Number records and the new album ‘DSU’ – in many ways his first ‘proper’ album - is forthcoming. Watch the video for the track 'Hollow' taken from the album using the link above.
We are devastated to hear that, Stephen Samuel Gordon aka The Spaceape, vocalist, poet and live performer, passed away last week. We send our sincere condolences to his family, friends and colleagues at Hyperdub.
His first release was the 1st release on Hyperdub, 'Sine of the Dub' in 2004 with Kode9, with whom he also released 2 albums, Memories of the Future (2006) and Black Sun (2011). In 2012 he also self-released the Xorcism EP, appeared on the track 'Spaceape' on Burial's debut album in 2006, and also collaborated with The Bug, Martyn, Jerry Dammers, Redshape, Dub Gabriel, the Echologist and more.[NME]
Tom Krell, AKA How to Dress Well's new EP of “What Is This Heart?” remixes, is due for release by Weird World on October 27th 2014.
The collection features the previously shared remix of Krell’s single ‘Repeat Pleasure’ by London producer A. G. Cook as well as further edits of standout songs from this year’s critically lauded album by Dubbel Dutch, Cyril Hahn and The Range.
The Amazing Snakeheads release a brand new track entitled ‘Can’t Let You Go’,on 1st December 2014. The track was recorded in London with the legendary producer, Clive Langer (Madness, The Teardrop Explodes, Elvis Costello, Morrissey) and is the first release since their debut album, Amphetamine Ballads, earlier this year. Listen using the link provided below.
Beginning their career in Brisbane, Australia, The Go-Betweens became one of the most entrancing phenomenons in 80s independent music. Recording with Postcard, Rough Trade and more, the much loved group sadly parted company in 2006 following the death of Grant McLennan.
Domino will be releasing an anthology titled 'G Stands ForGo-Betweens Volume One' which extensively documents the band’s origins in an ambitious box containing four vinyl albums, four compact discs and an extensive 112-page book, featuring a trove of archival photos and extensive historical liner notes from founding member Robert Forster, along with additional pieces from guest essayists, fans and contemporaries. G Stands For Go-Betweens Volume One is set for release on Monday the 19th of January 2015.
Jessica Pratt is a Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. Her self-titled debut album was released by Birth Records in early 2013 to great critical acclaim. A follow-up album is due in 2014. Watch her perform as part of the AON Sessions using the above video link.
A new collection of the works of Robert Wyatt curated as the ideal introduction for the Wyatt novice, compiling tracks from Robert’s entire career to date and acting as a companion to ‘Different Every Time: The Authorised Biography of Robert Wyatt’ by Marcus O’Dair (Serpent’s Tail Publishing).
Starting out as a drummer for Soft Machine, sharing bills with Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix, Robert Wyatt blended the Bohemian with jazz and brought it to the 60s rock scene. Focusing on singing and songwriting, he embarked on a unique solo career which earned him a loyal European following. Admired by his peers and with a career spanning five decades, he has collaborated with Bjork, John Cage, Brian Eno, Scritti Politti, David Gilmour and Hot Chip.
You can view above a Q&A from Robert Wyatt filmed in conjunction with the 'Comicopera' album back in 2007. His first on Domino. Listen to his classic cover of Elvis Costello's 'Shipbuilding' below.
Jon Hopkins will release a new 4 track EP, entitled Asleep Versions, on 10th November 2014.
Asleep Versions was recorded at Sundlaugin Studios, near Reykjavik, in February of this year. Intended to be heard as one single 25 minute piece, it is composed of four decelerated, dreamlike re-imaginings of tracks from the Mercury-nominated album 'Immunity'.
'Until Tomorrow' is a documentary film featuring 5 pro riders, 3 disciplines : bmx, skateboarding and snowboarding, 1 dream destination : California. From March 10th to April 4th 2014, Matthias Dandois (BMX), Maxime Charveron (BMX), Sam Partaix (Skateboard), Anne-Flore Marxer (Snowboard) and Rémy Taveira (Skateboard) will cut a swath through the West Coast of the US following hot tips and challenges posted on the Internet by their community of fans. Written and Directed by Thibaut Grevet & Thibault Dumoulin.
The trailer features Son Lux 'Lost It To Trying' (Domino Publishing).
Rosie Lowe's new single 'Water Came Down' is released alongside a new video directed Jacob Hopewell and was filmed at the Underwater Studio in Basildon. The single follows the release of the 'Right Thing' EP from earlier this year. ‘Water Came Down’ is released via Paul Epworth’s label Wolf Tone, and the first to be taken from her anticipated debut album due out early next year.
Philladelphia's Purling Hiss are getting ready to release a new album called Weirdon, and at least based on the early track “Learning Slowly,” the album may be the most accessible work of the band’s career. “Learning Slowly” is piled with rickety drums and wildly overlapping guitar leads, but it’s also a big and triumphant and immediate rock song, and there’s something fundamentally catchy about its sense of propulsion. Listen to it below.
Dublin based Irish group Girl Band have signed to Domino Publishing after a series of critically acclaimed singles which will lead to full-length debut album in 2015.
Joining the likes of Fat White Family, Pavement, Jon Hopkins Slint and many, many other musical luminaries, Girl Band continue to build a fanbase with their outstanding live presence and unpredictable recordings.
Formed a couple of years back and influenced by the likes of Bad Brains, Swell Maps, James Chance and the Contortions, Neu, The Birthday Party, Ben Frost and minimal techo, they take their melting pot of influences and open minds to create something almost indefineable.
The band are currently on tour in Ireland and will follow this with further Euro dates in October and later into the year.
Upcoming live dates: 27th Sep – The Button Factory – Dublin IRE w/Cian Nugent and The Cosmos 2nd Oct – Waves Festival Vienna – AU 3rd Oct – Waves Festival Bratislava – SK 4th Oct – Final Club – Praha, CZ 5th Oct - Kino Šiška - Ljubljana, SL 9th Oct – Roisin Dubh – Galway, IRE 16th Oct – Shapes – London, UK w/Prom 17th Oct – Night and Day Café – Manchester, UK 18th Oct – Triskel Arts Centre – Cork, IRE 31st Oct - Le Comfort Moderne - Poitiers, FR 1st Nov - Soy Festival - Nantes, FR 5th-9th Nov - Iceland Airwaves, IS
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