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The Soundtrack To The Movie Mr Foe

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MR. FOE is a magical story of redemptive love, loss and life on the rooftops of Edinburgh. Young Hallam is almost over the sudden death ...View 'The Soundtrack To The Movie Mr Foe'?

 
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JOB OPPORTUNITY: A&R ASSISTANT

04/23/18

The Domino Recording Co. is seeking a friendly, outgoing and self-motivated individual with strong communication and organizational skills. The A&R Assistant will report to the Director of A&R for Domino Records & Domino Publishing North America and will be located in our Brooklyn, NY office. The A&R Assistant will be responsible for general administrative tasks related to our A&R departments. They will ensure that good communication and attention to detail enables the Director of A&R... Read more?

ARCTIC MONKEYS 'TRANQUILITY BASE HOTEL & CASINO'

Arctic Monkeys | 04/05/18

Arctic Monkeys return with their sixth album, entitled ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ on Friday the 11th of May 2018.  Produced by James Ford and Alex Turner, the album was recorded in Los Angeles, Paris and London. 

Their first release since 2013’s ‘AM’ finds the band intent on continuing to explore new musical terrain with each album. ‘Tranquility Base Hotel & Casino’ ups the ante in a big way; it is a bold and brilliant album... Read more?

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At the end of “Poison Root,” the opening track on Alex Giannascoli’s new album, Rocket, the 23-year-old artist repeats the phrase “Now, I know everything” again and again, his voice seething over a clatter of banjo, violin, and acoustic guitar sounds. It’s difficult to ascertain the exact tone: does he really think he knows everything? Or are these incantations a form of self-assurance, covering up insecurity? The tension between ambition and self-doubt in this closing refrain is typical of Rocket’s fourteen tracks. Over musical backdrops that effortlessly jump from sound collage to country pop to dreamy folk music, the cast... Read »