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Mirror

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Mirror would turn out to be Pearce’s final offering as FSA for 15 years, but at the time of its release in 2000 it felt like ...View 'Mirror'?

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Flying Saucer Attack

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Flying Saucer Attack’s self-titled debut album, released in 1993, was commonly known as ‘Rural Psychedelia’ – an apt description for the rough-hewn soundscapes they crafted. ...View 'Flying Saucer Attack'?

 
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PETER PERRETT ANNOUNCES DEBUT SOLO ALBUM HOW THE WEST WAS WON

Peter Perrett | 12/04/17

Peter Perrett - former frontman of The Only Ones - releases his debut solo album How The West Was Won on June 30th through Domino.

OPPORTUNITY AT DOMINO: TECHNOLOGY PRODUCT MANAGER

06/04/17

Domino is looking for a freelance / part-time Technology Product Manager, working across both its Record Label and Publishing divisions in the London office. The role will be focused on evaluating the company’s requirements around digital tools and tech products, managing their development, as well as sourcing off-the-shelf products and services. Click HERE for more information.

VILLAGERS

Conor O’Brien may sport a fetching beard these days but the third album he’s recorded as Villagers finds the Dubliner shaving his music right back to the bone. By comparison, his 2010 debut album Becoming A Jackal and especially its 2013 successor [Awayland] – both hugely acclaimed and Mercury-nominated, while the latter won Ireland’s equivalent Choice Prize – were more detailed, multi-faceted affairs, so Darling Arithmetic is a brave and committed new step forward, eschewing the easier route. O’Brien plays every instrument on these exquisite, melodic songs in a beautifully sparse, spacious, intimate, acoustic-leaning fashion, as well as recording and... Read »