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Fragments Of A Rainy Season

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John Cale will re-issue the classic live album Fragments of a Rainy Season, featuring his revered interpretation of Leonard Cohen’s ‘Hallelujah’ amongst many solo versions ...View 'Fragments Of A Rainy Season'?

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Shirley Collins – legendary folk singer and one of England’s most respected song collectors –  has announced her return to recording after 38 years. The ...View 'Lodestar'?

 
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BACK IN THE VINYL RACKS

10/11/16

A selection of Classic Domino titles, including Galazie 500, Steve Mason, Robert Wyatt and more, are now back in the vinyl racks!

AUSTRA ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM FUTURE POLITICS

Austra | 18/10/16

Austra, the recording project led by Canadian vocalist and producer Katie Stelmanis, is pleased to announce Future Politics, the third full length in their discography. Future Politics will be out on January 20th 2017. Accompanying today’s announcement is a video for first single ‘Utopia’, watch it here now.

DIRTY PROJECTORS

With Swing Lo Magellan, David Longstreth shows he really doesn't know how to do the same thing twice. This time, beyond the aughts-era duality of retromania and neophilia, and beyond his band’s reputation for dizzying, heady innovation, Longstreth has found the beautiful, generous simplicity of the heart and soul. Same as it ever was. And this must be exactly the place where he's planted the seeds for his band's finest album to date.

Where prior DPz albums investigated 20th-century orchestration (The Getty Address), aerated the aesthetics of 80s hardcore and west African guitar music (Rise Above), and explored complex... Read »