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Lost Friends

CD $12 Limited Edition LP $20

Lost Friends", Middle Kids’ forthcoming debut on Domino, is the kind of album that sucker-punches you in the gut, revealing its nuances only after repeated ...View 'Lost Friends'?

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The House

Cassette $10.00 CD $12.00 Limited Edition… $20.00

Porches’ third record The House is a conscious effort in minimalism and honesty. "Making Pool”—the band’s 2016 breakthrough record, and Domino debut—“I learned how valuable the spirit ...View 'The House'?

 
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SORRY SHARE VIDEO FOR NEW SINGLE 'SHOWGIRL'

Sorry | 05/22/18

The video, shot by Johnny Goddard, splices footage of the band performing the ferocious ‘Showgirl’, which was produced by Frank Ocean and James Blake collaborator Sean Oakley - who also helmed the band’s 2017 debut single, ‘Wished’.

MIDDLE KIDS DEBUT ALBUM 'LOST FRIENDS' OUT NOW; PERFORM ON KIMMEL

05/22/18

Today, Middle Kids have released their highly anticipated debut full-length Lost Friends on Domino. Last week the band charmed audiences at Jimmy Kimmel Live!, Billboard, Paste, WFUV, and World Cafe. You can also catch them live on CBS This Morning tomorrow.

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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 »