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Dirty Projectors

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Dirty Projectors announce their long-awaited 7th LP. The new album does everything we want and expect from Dirty Projectors — but in a way we never ...View 'Dirty Projectors'?

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BUZZCOCKS MK.1 BOX SET

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Limited to 1000 copies globally, each Buzzcocks Mk.1 is hand numbered and housed in a rigid outer box with lift off lid. Contents:

Spiral Scratch ...View 'BUZZCOCKS MK.1 BOX SET'?
 
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MIDDLE KIDS ANNOUNCE DEBUT EP; SHARE NEW VIDEOS FOR 'EDGE OF TOWN', 'NEVER START'

Middle Kids | 01/17/17

Domino is pleased to announce the signing of Australia's Middle Kids. Their debut self-titled EP will be released February 17th, 2017.

BUZZCOCKS 'SPIRAL SCRATCH' AND 'TIME'S UP' RE-ISSUED FOR 40TH ANNIVERSARIES

Buzzcocks | 01/09/17

Domino is proud to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the release of Buzzcocks’ groundbreaking Spiral Scratch EP with its reissue on January 27, 2017. Time’s Up, the 1976 demos recorded with founder & singer Howard Devoto and originally released as a bootleg, will also be reissued on March 10, 2017 alongside the Buzzcocks (mk.1) Box, a special boxset containing vinyl and CD of both Spiral Scratch and Times Up alongside rare reprinted ephemera of the time. 

DAN DEACON

With the success of Dan Deacon’s 2007 album Spiderman of the Rings, came an opportunity for the electronic-music iconoclast to increase the breadth and depth of his entire musical project. Deacon moved from self-contained computer music to orchestral epics. His interactive live show, honed in DIY spaces, was taken to museums and concert halls. He frequently expanded his performances to include a horde of side musicians. Gliss Riffer, an entirely self-produced record of almost all electronic sounds, is a return to Deacon’s Spiderman of the Rings-era process. He calls it “easily the most fun [he’s] ever had making a record.”

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