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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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THE KILLS ANNOUNCE ECHO HOME - NON-ELECTRIC EP IN CELEBRATION OF 15TH ANNIVERSARY

The Kills | 24/05/17

Both the physical and digital versions of the Echo Home – Non-Electric EP will feature audio from a stripped down session the band captured recently at Electric Lady Studios in New York. Alongside “Echo Home”, the EP features Ash & Ice track “That Love”, a cover of Rihanna’s “Desperado” (which the band originally played as part of a Sirius XMU session), and the song “Wait”, off the band’s first ever release, Black Rooster EP, which... Read more?

JOB OPPORTUNITY: LABEL ASSISTANT

18/05/17

Domino is recruiting for a Label Assistant.

RICHARD DAWSON

Rising up from the bed of the River Tyne, a voice that crumbles and soars, that is steeped in age-old balladry and finely-chiselled observations of the mundane, Richard Dawson is a skewed troubadour at once charming and abrasive. His shambolically virtuosic guitar playing stumbles from  music-hall tune-smithery to spidery swatches of noise-colour, swathed in amp static and teetering on the edge of feedback. His songs are both chucklesome and tragic, rooted in a febrile imagination that references worlds held dear and worlds unknown.

Both live and on record Dawson is a barrage of musical expression and personality. A shambling exterior,... Read »