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Lankum on “The Rocky Road To Dublin”

Following the release of their universally acclaimed fourth studio album ‘False Lankum’, Rough Trade Records are excited to announce the release of ‘Live in Dublin’ by Lankum.  Recorded across three sold out nights at Dublin’s Vicar Street, the album features Lankum performing songs from across their catalogue including ‘The Rocky Road to Dublin’, which up…

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The Bolshoi reissue their 1986 full-length debut

The Bolshoi were different. Their songs were dark and subversive, sufficient evidence for many critics to corral them under the ‘Gothic’ banner at the time of their debut album Friends – but they really only “flirted” with Goth. They oozed dark, pensive lyrics supported with inventive pop-goth guitar making them nearly impossible to categorize. We…

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Sleaford Mods Divide and Exit on 26 July

Sleaford Mods’ era-capturing, breakthrough album Divide and Exit is set to be reissued on 26 July to celebrate its 10th anniversary. Originally released in May 2014, not only did Andrew Fearn and Jason Williamson’s second ‘proper’ album (or sixth if you go back through the early CD-R efforts), capture the ‘death by a million vested interests’ malaise that was engulfing British…

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Peggy Gou Catches A Dancefloor-Ready “Lobster Telephone”

Today, artist, producer, DJ and cultural trailblazer Peggy Gou releases a new single “Lobster Telephone”. Taken from her long-awaited debut album I Hear You, “Lobster Telephone” is a perfect distillation of the kind of balmy, technicolour house music that Gou is globally renowned for, evoking career-defining earlier releases such as “Starry Night” and “It Makes You Forget (Itgehane)”.  The song – Gou’s personal favourite from the album…

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Treanne Releases Her Debut

Today Kansas City-based singer-songwriter Treanne releases her debut EP 20/20 on Young. The EP arrives on the heels of Treanne’s first U.S. tour with label mate Sampha and a 3-week residency at Young Space in London. Having previously teased singles “Please” and “Sharing My Body,” 20/20 arrives with a visualizer for “It’s Ur Birthday,” another…

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Fallon Gets Starburster’d, Fontaines D.C. Announce Canadian Shows

Musical guest Fontaines D.C. performed “Starburster” for The Tonight Show to herald the announcement of three Canadian shows. The band will be performing in Vancouver (Sunday, September 22nd Commodore Ballroom), Toronto (Friday, October 11th Queen Elizabeth Theatre) and Montreal (Saturday, October 12th M Telus). Tickets on sale Friday.

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Four Ways In Time, A New Music Visual From Thom Yorke

Thom Yorke has released a new music visual for “Four Ways In Time,” a track featured on his original score for Daniele Luchetti’s film Confidenza, which is available on all streaming services now via XL Recordings, with vinyl and CD coming July 12th.  The video features scenes from Confidenza, re-cut by editor Ael Dallier Vega, starring the film’s lead actor Elio…

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Koreless Returns With New Single “Seven”

Lewis Roberts aka Koreless returns to once again push the boundaries of electronic music with the release of “Seven”.  “Seven” has been a long time coming. After pouring everything into the intricate process of making his critically acclaimed debut album Agor (“a simply breathtaking debut album” – The Quietus), Koreless moved to the rural countryside in Wales from London and created “Seven”…

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Mdou Moctar Releases ‘Oh France’ In Advance of Friday’s Funeral

On Friday (May 3rd), Mdou Moctar will release its much-anticipated new album, Funeral for Justice. Today, you can hear the record’s penultimate track, “Oh France“, a fiery indictment of French colonialism that stands among the group’s heaviest songs to date. The band was recently profiled by the New York Times, who called Funeral for Justice “A cri de coeur of screaming guitars.” “Us guitar…

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Kamasi Washington ‘Get(s) Lit’ with George Clinton and D Smoke

Kamasi Washington unveils a new song, “Get Lit” featuring funk icon George Clinton and Inglewood rapper D Smoke. The track is taken from his new album, Fearless Movement, set for release this Friday, May 3 via Young.  Washington will embark on an extensive North American tour this spring, kicking off May 4 at New York’s Beacon Theatre with further dates including Toronto (May 7th @ History) and Vancouver (May 30th @ Vogue).

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Peggy Gou’s Billboard Cover

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Overmono & The Streets ‘Turn The Page’

A year after the release of their critically acclaimed debut album Good Lies, Overmono return with their highly-sought after version of The Streets “Turn The Page”. The single premiered on BBC Radio 1’s Hottest Record of the Week with Jack Saunders and has now been released worldwide via XL Recordings’ iconic housebag series.  Overmono (aka Tom and Ed Russell) first performed…

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