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Domino Records (Record label)
Domino Records is a London-based record label specialized in indie rock, founded in 1993 by Laurence Bell and Jaqui Rice.
Domino Records in Features
Music − Interview | posted 12.05.2014
Jaakko Eino Kalevi
About Love And Other Mental Illnesses
Jaakko Eino Kalevi looks like a stoned angel in a woolie, works as a tram driver and with »No End« he released on of the best songs of 2013. But who is this blonde man from Helsinki? Time to talk to Jaakko about the important things in life. So Jaakko Eino Kalevi , tell us: What do you think about love, how do you wash your laundry and how’s your new EP going to sound? In our conversation Jaakko had all the answers plus a lot of engaging laughter.
Domino Records in Reviews
Music − Review | posted 06.06.2016
Ash & Dice
Five years after »Blood Pressures«, the Kills are back and the two on »Ash & Dice« sound as minimalistic and raw as ever.
Music − Review | posted 25.03.2016
In the era of musical Bricolage, Night Moves’ »Pennied Days« has turned out to be a mature, tasteful and, most importantly, independent record.
Music − Review | posted 23.03.2016
»Potential« is The Range’s first record for Domino. For this debut, he has explored and utilized various hobby musicians’ potentials on youtube.
Music − Review | posted 19.02.2016
Animal Collective are back on track: with their new record »Painting With«, they remain faithful to their skew pop approach without being wearisome.
Music − Review | posted 15.05.2015
Why Make Sense?
On »Why Make Sense?«, Hot Chip’s sixth record, a lot remains the same. However, the beats are not exclusively made by machines, anymore.
Music − Review | posted 27.02.2014
There are many parallels between »Atlas« and the previous »Days«. Real Estate don’t just copy themselves but instead manage to keep up their high standards.
Music − Review | posted 18.11.2013
Kieran Hebden has actually managed to lure »street level Syrian and Iranian Dabke«-Omar Souleyman into the studio. He pays back the favour by making surprisingly diversified music.
Music − Review | posted 05.09.2013
The Arctic Monkeys have matured. There’s no more in-your-face on »AM«, but instead a relaxed groove, tilting into waters of blues every now and then.
Music − Review | posted 14.08.2013
Loud City Song
Julia Holter is one of the few artists who consider pop an art form. Her latest and third record, »Loud City Song«, is a revelation.
Music − Review | posted 24.06.2013
A record perfectly produced – solid pop-music with potential towards all possible directions and Tumblr-credibility. It’s nothing for the heart, though.
Music − Review | posted 21.02.2013
Matthew E. White
Real emotions, profound lyrics, impressive compositions of suspense and melodies: Matthew E. White’s debut, »Big Inner«, is a revelation.
Music − Review | posted 18.09.2012
Dan Deacon is a man who playfully unites opposites. Now he’s releasing his eleventh record. It’s exclusively dedicated to his homeland.
Music − Review | posted 31.08.2012
Animal Collective can’t really do mediocre records. At least that seemed to be the case until »Centipede Hz«. But times do change – unfortunately.
Music − Review | posted 14.08.2012
»Lucifer, son of the morning« is an extract from a well-known Reggae-tune. Not just the title shows the influence of Reggae and Dub on the second Peaking-Lights album.
Music − Review | posted 27.07.2012
Swing Lo Magellan
With »Swing Lo Magellan«, David Longstreth and his Dirty Projectors are going for a new kind of comprehensibility and write songs – almost without any noticeable concept.
Music − Review | posted 16.07.2012
In Our Heads
The record’s predecessors have created high expectations, which »In Our Heads« – despite being a typical Hot Chip record – cannot fulfill.
Music − Review | posted 13.06.2012
The Magnetic Fields
Love At The Bottom Of The Sea
Stephen Merrit returns to the roots of his Magnetic Fields with »Love At The Bottom Of The Sea« and proofs that he’s a magnificent storyteller.
Music − Review | posted 01.06.2012
This album creates its own world and makes one forget that there is a world at all. Dream-Pop inspired by Kraftwerk, powered by Kraut-Rock
Music − Review | posted 06.01.2012
Having already been released in the U.S. the spring of 2011, one of last year’s top-notch records is finally arriving at Europe’s market, as well.
Music − Review | posted 30.11.2011
Bonnie »Prince« Billy
Wolfroy Goes To Town
For years, Bonnie »Prince« Billy has been releasing his music on a constantly high level. His 21st record is no exception there. Nope, really, not at all.
Music − Review | posted 15.11.2011
One of the indie-highlights of the year? Real Estate are just drifting along and naturally carry us with them. It’s hard not to like these songs.
Music − List | posted 01.12.2015
10 Canadian Favorites
Deadbeat is one of the musicians who carry the torch for contemporary electronic music from Canada. There are others, there have been others. In his list Deadbeats names them – plus influntial canadian musicians from other genres.
Music − Review | posted 07.06.2016
Les Démons O.S.T.
Lesbian sex in the Middle Ages – the b-movie »Les Démons« from 1972 was on fire. However, Jean-Bernard Raiteaux‘ freshly released soundtrack smolders all the finer.
Music − Review | posted 30.05.2016
Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids
We Be All Africans
Not only with their new album chant Idris Ackamoor & The Pyramids »We Be All Africans«. They have been legends since 40 years.
Music − Review | posted 27.05.2016
Max Graef & Glenn Astro
The Yard Work Simulator
There is freedom in the confusion: With »The Yard Work Simulator«, Max Graef and Glenn Astro are celebrating their joint debut in album-length.
Music − List | posted 26.10.2015
Off the beaten tracks with...
We go off the beaten tracks. In our ongoing series we give artists the space to talk about a passion which isn’t their own music. This time around Blond:ish take us with them on their travels.