Blog Archives

Jon Hopkins – Luminous Beings (Edit)

Jon Hopkins – “Luminous Beings (Edit)” taken from ‘Singularity’, the new album, out now on Domino.

Jon Hopkins – Everything Connected (Edit)

Taken from ‘Singularity’ released 4th May 2018 on Domino Record Co.

Video: Jon Hopkins – Emerald Rush

Jon Hopkins – “Emerald Rush” from ‘Singularity’ released 4th May 2018 on Domino Record Co.

George FitzGerald & Bonobo – Outgrown

George FitzGerald & Bonobo – “Outgrown” from ‘All That Must Be’ released 9th March 2018 on Double Six / Domino.

Video: The Range and Jim-E Stack – With You

The Range and Jim-E Stack – With You available on the New Lots / With You 12” from the Domino store: http://smarturl.it/NewLotsWithYouDM.

Video: Joe Goddard – Music Is The Answer

Joe Goddard’s Music Is The Answer video, taken from ‘Electric Lines’, the debut solo album out April 21 on Greco-Roman/Domino.

How To Dress Well – What’s Up

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How To Dress Well – aka Tom Krell – has released a second track from his forthcoming album Care – the jubilant, joyous ‘What’s Up’, produced by CFCF (Mike Silver) and available to hear today here:

Says Krell on ‘What’s Up’, “Recently I’ve been feeling like our artistic culture hyper-invests in seriousness and leaves all pleasure and fun to be taken care of by basically banal forms of pop— and those don’t really yield pleasure and fun in any deep way. For me, I don’t think everything needs to be serious to be profound. With “What’s Up”, I wanted to just dig into the idea that fun and pleasure can be profound, or just be fun and pleasure, and that can be profound in its own way.”

How To Dress Well will release Care on September 23, 2016 via Weird World / Domino Record Co. Written by Krell, mixed by Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, fun.), and featuring co-production from Krell alongside Jack Antonoff, Dre Skull, CFCF, and Kara-Lis Coverdale, Care is a sensual, dazzling alt-pop tour de force.

Watch the uncensored version of the ‘Lost Youth / Lost You’ video HERE.

Video: How To Dress Well – Lost Youth / Lost You

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How To Dress Well – aka Tom Krell – will release his fourth album, Care, on September 23, 2016 via Weird World / Domino Record Co. Written by Krell, mixed by Andrew Dawson (Kanye West, fun.), and featuring co-production from Krell alongside Jack Antonoff, Dre Skull, CFCF, and Kara-Lis Coverdale, Care is a sensual, dazzling alt-pop tour de force.

The song ‘Lost Youth / Lost You’ is available to hear now. The video for the track, directed by Ben Tricklebank and choreographed by Jos McKain, features dancers McKain, Viet Dang, Grave Jones, Emily Jane, and Annie Blackhurt. The video – which is NSFW, so be warned! A censored version is available for viewing below. Watch the uncensored version of the video HERE.

Video: Porches – Be Apart

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Porches new album Pool is out via Domino on February 5th, and ahead of its release, the band is pleased to share a new song and video, ‘Be Apart’. The video was directed by Daniel Brereton (Connan Mockasin, Django Django, Kindness, Metronomy) and was filmed outside London during a recent UK/EU tour.

Says Maine on ‘Be Apart’:
‘Be Apart’ is sort of about moving to New York City and wanting to belong. It’s about nightlife, about being taken away, losing control, longing for acceptance, and letting go. I imagine the music video portraying some sort of cult or family living in a mansion. The cult/mansion represent both what you might long to be a part of and also the sentiment of longing to be elsewhere, a part of what is outside.

This video comes off the back of the previously released ‘Hour‘, which features Maine’s partner and frequent collaborator, Greta Kline a.k.a Frankie Cosmos.

Next month marks the much-anticipated release of Pool, Porches’ debut full-length for Domino and a major step forward for Maine -as an evolving singer/songwriter, and as a nascent producer. Written and recorded almost entirely in his Manhattan apartment, and mixed by Chris Coady (Beach House, Grizzly Bear, Tobias Jesso Jr) in Los Angeles, Pool was influenced, in part, by settling in the city as an artist and a person. Says Maine, “there was something special about recording this album in my new home. To be surrounded by the city and in my own world at the same time. I quickly became obsessed with the energy around me, and my experience of New York – I was forced to see my music in an entirely different context. This was challenging, but also exciting, when the songs started to sound like a true reflection of what I was feeling in my new surroundings.

Pool is available to pre-order now on limited pressing coke bottle clear vinyl, CD, and digital download. Pre-order here.

Video: Bob Moses – Tearing Me Up

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Today, the unstoppable electronic-pop duo Bob Moses premiered the official video for their wildly popular and infectious new track “Tearing Me Up.” The track is taken from their critically acclaimed debut album Days Gone By (out now on Domino).

The video was directed by Zack Spiger, was shot in Paris, and premiered today on VEVO.

This summer and fall, Bob Moses (a.k.a Jimmy Vallance and Tom Howie) have been trotting the globe, headlining sold out shows across North America including New York City’s Bowery Ballroom, as well as performing live to tens of thousands of festival goers at Treasure Island, EDC, Tomorrowland, Burning Man, Decibel Festival and Symbiosis Festival.

Their debut album “Days Gone By” is available in stores nationwide and on iTunes, Apple Music, Spotify, Amazon and all other digital platforms now. Be sure to catch Bob Moses on one of the last remaining North American tour dates below.

NORTH AMERICAN TOUR DATES
10/29- Aisle 5- Atlanta, GA
10/30- Warehouse- Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
10/31- The Garrett- Miami, FL
Tickets are available for purchase via: www.bobmosesmusic.com