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SASAMI

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SASAMI's self-titled debut album is playful, heartfelt and personal, chronicling the surprising ways that relationships - with lovers, with friends, with oneself - can shift ...View 'SASAMI'?

 
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THE CINEMATIC ORCHESTRA ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM 'TO BELIEVE'

The Cinematic Orchestra | 01/17/19

The Cinematic Orchestra, the British electronic duo founded by Jason Swinscoe and co-helmed by Dominic Smith, will return with their first album in 12 years ‘To Believe,’ out March 15 on Domino/Ninja Tune. Pre-order album.

Over the course of the album’s 7 sweeping tracks, Swinscoe and his longtime artistic partner Smith explore a timeless question of vital importance in 2019 - what to believe? 

To accompany the announcement, The Cinematic Orchestra have released a new... Read more?

FAT WHITE FAMILY RETURN WITH THEIR THIRD ALBUM ‘SERFS UP!’ AND SHARE FIRST TRACK, ‘FEET’

Fat White Family | 01/09/19

Serfs Up! is Fat White Family’s third album and their first for new label Domino. Released on Friday 19th April 2019 it marks the most gratifying and unexpected creative volte face in recent musical history.

The band have today shared the first track to be taken from the album, Feet, a triumphant return which perfectly heralds the overwhelming musical scope and ambition of the album.  

Having released their second album, Songs For Our Mothers in January 2016,... Read more?

THE KILLS

Over their almost decade-and-a-half career, multi-faceted rock minimalists The Kills have released four records, each one a restless, reckless enigmatic art statement that bristled with tension, anxiety, sex, unstudied cool and winking ennui. Yet not one of them sounded like the previous one. “In an effort to not repeat ourselves, the path of least resistance has never been ours. Change is uneasy. Art should be uneasy”, says Alison Mosshart, sitting at a long wooden table in her rented house above Los Angeles’ Griffith Park, where she’s been residing for a month, right next door to her musical partner Jamie... Read »