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The Juno Award Wikipedia
The Juno Awards are presented annually to Canadian musical artists and bands to acknowledge their artistic and technical achievements in all aspects of music. New members of the Canadian Music Hall of Fame are also inducted as part of the awards ceremonies.
Winners are currently chosen by either members of the Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences or a panel of experts depending on the award. In almost all of the main general categories, such as Album of the Year or Artist of the Year, nominees are determined by sales during the qualifying period; in genre-specific categories, they are determined by panel.

2011 JUNO AWARD WINNERS – Broadcast Page
ALBUM OF THE YEAR (SPONSORED BY CANADIAN RECORDING INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION)
The Suburbs Arcade Fire

ARTIST OF THE YEAR
Neil Young

GROUP OF THE YEAR
Arcade Fire

NEW ARTIST OF THE YEAR
Meaghan Smith Sire

SONGWRITER OF THE YEAR
Arcade Fire
“Ready To Start” | “We Used To Wait” | “Sprawl II (Mountains Beyond Mountains)”
THE SUBURBS – Arcade Fire

POP ALBUM OF THE YEAR
My World 2.0 Justin Bieber Island Def

JUNO FAN CHOICE AWARD
Justin Bieber Island Def

SINGLE OF THE YEAR
Wavin’ Flag Young Artists for Haiti Universal





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Kraftwerk
Kraftwerk (German pronunciation: [ˈkʀaftvɛʁk]), German for power plant or power station, is an electronic music band from Düsseldorf, Germany. The group was formed by Ralf Hütter and Florian Schneider in 1970, and was fronted by them until Schneider's departure in 2008. The signature Kraftwerk sound combines driving, repetitive rhythms with catchy melodies, mainly following a Western Classical style of harmony, with a minimalistic and strictly electronic instrumentation. The group's simplified lyrics are at times sung through a vocoder or generated by computer-speech software. Kraftwerk were one of the first groups to popularize electronic music and are considered pioneers in the field. In the 1970s and early 1980s, Kraftwerk's distinctive sound was revolutionary, and has had a lasting effect across many genres of modern music.(Wikipedia Kraftwerk)
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Label:Sony Music
Format:Box Set, Limited Edition, White Box
CD, Album
CD, EP
CD, Mixed
CD, Compilation
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album
DVD, NTSC
Released:
14 Mar 2011
Genre:
Electronic, Rock
Style:
Downtempo, Experimental

CD1: Re-Mastered album
(Re-mastered by Primal Scream & Kevin Shields)
1.Movin’On Up
2.Slip Inside This House
3.Don’t Fight It, Feel It
4.Higher Than The Sun
5.Inner Flight
6.Come Together
7.Loaded
8.Damaged
9.Im Comin’Down
10.Higher Than The Sun (A Dub Symphony In Two Parts)
11.Shine Like Stars

CD2: Live In L.A., 1991(Tracklisting to follow)
Mixed by Andrew Innes

CD3: Screamadelica Remixes
Loaded
1. Farley Mix 7" (5:59)
2. Loaded 7" (4:19)

Come Together
3. Farley 7" (4:23)
4. 7" Mix (Weatherall (4:45)
5. Terry Farley Extended 12" Mix (08:02)
6. Hypnotone Brain machine Mix (5:14)
7. BBG Mix (6:27)

Higher Than The Sun
8. Higher Than The Orb (5:00)
9. Higher Than The Sun 12" (6:43)
10. American Spring Mix (6:20)

Don't Fight It
11. 7" Edit (4:10)
12. Graham Massey Mix (4:53)
13. Scat Mix (8:07)
14. High, High, High (Massey) (5:54)

Bonus
15. I'm Losing More Than I Ever Had (4:48)
16. Ramblin Rose (2:27)

CD4: Dixie-Narco EP (Remastered)
1. Movin' On Up
2. Stone My Soul
3. Carry Me Home
4. Screamadelica

DVD: Classic Album documentary
The Making of Screamadelica -30 mins
Includes brand new interviews with the band
and a track by track analysis from those who were there.
1. Screamadelica
2. Movin' On Up
3. Slip Inside This House
4. Don't Fight It, Feel It
5. Higher Than The Sun
6. Come Together
7. Damaged
8. Loaded
9. Shine Like Stars
10. Inner Flight

LP: Re-Mastered album - Gatefold 2LP
A1. Movin' On Up
A2. Slip Inside This House
A3. Don’t Fight It, Feel It
B1. Higher Than The Sun
B2. Inner Flight
B3. Come Together
C1. Loaded
C2. Damaged
C3. I’m Comin' Down
D1. Higher Than The Sun (A Dub Symphony in Two Parts)
D2. Shine Like Stars

Extras
・Original Tour T-shirt replicated by Worn By (Size L)
・50 Page Perfect Bound Book - crammed full of unseen photos
And brand new interviews with the band on the making of the album.
・12" DJ Slip Mat
・4 x 7" Art Cards (original Paul Cannel Designs)


Album Details (Amazon)
Extremely limited Collector's Edition in an incredible 12" circular box with a fully artworked lift off lid (with secure lock mechanism). Includes the double red vinyl format, the double CD format, a third CD of 14 mixes from the album, a fourth CD of 11 'live' trks from the Hollywood Palladium, a DVD that features "The Making Of Screamadelica" including band interviews and track by track analysis plus a 10 track video collection from the album. Also includes original tour t-shirt (size L), a 50 page book, full of unseen photos and interviews, a 12" DJ slip mat and 4 seven inch art cards. Digitally remastered 20th Anniversary edition of this classic 1991 album. The first signs of the genesis of Screamadelica came in Spring 1990 when they released 'Loaded'. Initially a throwaway Dance/Rock excursion, Andrew Weatherall took a sample from I'm Losing More Than I'll Ever Have from their previous album, slipped in some acid-fried funk and threw on a Peter Fonda sample and transformed it into a masterpiece of the era. 'Loaded' was the Primal's passport to Top Of The Pops and elevated Bobby Gillespie to Smash Hits poster-boy status. Subsequent singles were equally potent: 'Come Together', 'Higher Than The Sun' and the MC5-meets-Rave-Italo sensation 'Don't Fight It Feel It'. The album was released to widespread critical acclaim, and is still today frequently acknowledged as one of, if not THE, best albums of the 1990s.





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GWEN STEFANI ANNOUNCES HELP FOR JAPAN RELIEF EFFORT
GWEN STEFANI DONATES $1,000,000.00
TO JAPAN EARTHQUAKE-TSUNAMI CHILDREN IN EMERGENCY FUND

March 23, 2011 - Gwen Stefani donated $1,000,000 today to Save the Children’s Japan Earthquake-Tsunami Children in Emergency Fund to help in the relief and recovery effort in Japan.

"I've been inspired by Japan for many years and have a true love, appreciation and respect for the Japanese people and their culture. The disaster in Japan is beyond heartbreaking and I want to do anything I can to help. I would never be able to make a gesture like this without the love and support of all the fans over all these years.”
– Gwen Stefani

Gwen Stefani's History with Japan
Gwen Stefani has been inspired by Japan since she first toured there with No Doubt in 1996. Not only did she immediately fall in love with the country and it's people, Gwen found a special connection to a district in Tokyo known as Harajuku, an area that thrives on creativity, music, art and fashion. The youth culture of the Harajuku district have been a constant muse for Gwen, inspiring both her clothing line called Harajuku Lovers and the song "Harajuku Girls." Throughout her career Gwen has borrowed heavily from Japanese culture for many of her creative endeavors.





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2011/03/25
Monogold

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1.Ivory Teeth Golden Tusk
2.Spirit or Something (free)
3.Wind or Hymn
4.Traps / Offerings
5.Whippoorwill
6.Glow To Sleep
7.2's or 4's
8.I Accidentally Conjured Up A Ghost...Look!
9.Feel Animal
10.Dead Sea Minerals
11.Segue
12.Fossil Clouds

last.fm Monogold Biography
Monogold is a 3 piece hailing from Brooklyn, NY. Their DIY approach to music has enabled them to self record and produce their own sound in their personal studio. Their most recent release and first full-length album is 2011’s “The Softest Glow”. Their 2009 EP, “We Animals”, continues to receive rave reviews from blogs and magazines throughout the US and abroad.

Indie music blog “I Guess I’m Floating” says of Monogold’s “We Animals”: “With fluttering instrumentation and high octave vocals, Monogold have crafted a sound strong enough to make heads nod and ears contentedly sigh.”

Just one month after the release of “We Animals”, the band has received numerous reviews in some notable blogs and magazines including SPIN, The Deli, and Sentimentalist. (see press)

Also, since the release, new opportunities have been popping up for the band such as being accepted to perform at Canadian Music Fest 2010, and recently CMJ 2009 where they performed to a packed house.

The band’s high energy performance style contrasts and compliments their often subdued approach towards melody. The sound is a product of the band’s wide spectrum of musical tastes. Influences range from 50’s do-wop, to indie new wave, to avant-garde, to folk and shoegaze. After many regional and national shows and years of poverty, MONOGOLD has acquired a sound all their own.

Band Members:
Jared Apuzzo – Drums, Percussion
Mike Falotico – Bass
Keith Kelly – Vocals, Guitar





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ALL TOMORROW'S PARTIES Official website here

ATP Animal Collective Mix
ATP Animal Collective Mix by All Tomorrows Parties

00:00 OV (extract) - Orthrelm
01:38 Fireworks - Animal Collective
08:21 Norway - Beach House
12:23 Credit - Ariel Pink's Haunted Graffiti
15:45 House Jam (XXXChange remix) - Gang Gang Dance
20:12 Heavy Water/I'd Rather Be Sleeping - Grouper
23:00 Cheaters - Teengirl Fantasy
29:07 Shina Blockas - Big Boi feat. Gucci Mane
32:43 Freeway - Kurt Vile
35:15 Up On The Sun - Meat Puppets
39:14 Vacuum Boogie - Floating Points
45:17 High Road - Deradoorian
50:52 Goumou - Khaira Arby
56:06 Oh Paris! - Dent May & His Magnificent Ukulele
58:46 Gentleman's Lament - Thinking Fellers Union Local 282
61:31 Night Cream - Black Dice
67:01 Discover Your Colors - Ear Pwr
70:13 I've Got Drugs (Out Of The Mist) - The Frogs
72:31 Trashy Boys - Tickley Feather
77:17 Good Time - Yi Yi Thant & Aung Heina
81:40 Rookoobay - The Brothers Unconnected
85:13 Grim Reaper Blues (live in Big Sur) - The Entrance Band
92:26 Mawak Lakhaal - Group Doueh
95:55 Raghupati - Prince Rama
101:07 How You Satisfy Me - Spectrum
105:16 Catch Attack - Drawlings
109:14 Al Anon - Eric Copeland
113:10 Melankolia (edit) - Vladislav Delay
122:01 Four Violins (extract) - Tony Conrad
127:34 Wended V - Mick Barr
135:45 Fuck Mixing, Let's Dance - Zomby

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Fleet Foxes - Battery Kinzie by One Thirty BPM

Pitchfork Page here
On May 3 in the U.S. and May 2 in the UK, Sub Pop will release Helplessness Blues, the new 12-song LP from Seattle's Fleet Foxes. Phil Ek, who produced the first album, co-produced and mixed this one. And down below, you can stream and download the album's title track. Frontman Robin Pecknold talked to Pitchfork about the new album's progress way back in December 2009; our interview is here.


Fleet Foxes - Helplessness Blues by subpop




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The Tyde Wikipedia
The Tyde are an American indie rock group. Tracing their roots to early 1990s LA indie band Further, formed by Darren Rademaker and brother Brent, The Tyde cite Felt, The Beach Boys and The Byrds as major influences.
The initial line-up featured Darren Rademaker (vocals, guitars), Darren's ex-wife Anh Do Rademaker (keyboards) and brother Brent Rademaker (bass, vocals) as well as Ben Knight (guitar), Christopher Gunst, Brent's partner in Beachwood Sparks, (drums) and Dave Scher (guitars). Gunst was replaced by Rick Menck of Velvet Crush after debut album Once while Scher became simply an 'additional musician' for second album Twice.



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Featuring covers of the likes of The Cure, The Stone Roses, Brian Eno and Primal Scream by bands such as The Fruhstucks, Kitteh Fur, Plastic Flowers and The Tyde & Pipler Kaplan, C44 is compilation of covers put together by French monthly magazine Magic, Revue Pop Moderne. The release has been put together in celebration of their 20th anniversary, and in honor of their former executive editor Christophe Basterra and will be released via Orchid Tapes. Also, a digital version is available for free download via Magicrpm’s bandcamp page.

1. Kitteh Fur – The Cedar Room (Doves cover)
2. The Tyde with Piper Kaplan – Leaves (Primal Scream cover)
3. A.P. Witomski – Seventeen Seconds (The Cure cover)
4. Ghost Animal – Brand New Life (Young Marble Giants cover)
5. Coma Cinema – I Wanna Be Adored (Stone Roses cover)
6. Seapony – Emma’s House (The Field Mice cover)
7. Plastic Flowers – By This River (Brian Eno cover)
8. Unfair To Facts – Blue Skied An’ Clear (Slowdive cover)
9. The Fruhstucks – Sin In My Heart (Siouxsie And The Banshees cover)
10. Cold Mailman – Fifty-Fifty Clown (Cocteau Twins cover)
11. Leopold Skin – Melt Away (Galaxie 500 cover)
12. Pandit – Just Like Heaven (The Cure cover)
13. Evening Hymns – If I Handle You With Care (Trembling Blue Stars cover)
14. St Augustine – Tell Me When My Lights Turn Green (Dexys Midnight Runners cover)



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Burial, Four Tet + Thom Yorke - Ego (New 2011 track)


Thom Yorke/Burial/Four Tet - Mirror


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As reported earlier a new Thom Yorke collaboration to be a released as single on Text Records was suddenly announced. Here’s the audio of both tracks ‘Ego’ & ‘Mirror’.
Thom Yorke collaborates with Burial and Four Tet on this release and it was aired on Rinse FM during the Four Tet vs Floating Points. First up is the A side of the 12″, limited to 300 copies.

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For those living in Tokyo and Japan at large

Giving blood
While some nationalities may be turned away (there are strict rules concerning European residents and the possible BSE infection, for example), and many rules that take into account your current physical condition, it is thought that the need for blood will increase in the coming weeks. Before giving blood, make sure you haven't eaten fatty food, but make sure you have eaten something.

There are currently 11 places to do this in Tokyo (as of March 12), linked in Japanese on this map. The following ones are open:

(A) Shinjuku Station west entrance blood donation room (03 3348 1211); (C) Shinjuku east entrance blood donation room (03 5269 1431; near to Isetan); (D) blood donation room 'Shibu 2' (03 3770 0820); (E) Hachiko-Mae blood donation room (03 3476 2880); (F) Yurakucho blood donation room (03 3213 8666); (G) Akiba blood donation room (03 5298 2811); (H) Akiba-F blood donation room (03 3251 8201); (I) Ikebukuro East blood donation room (03 3988 9000); (J) Blood donation room Buratto (03 5950 3000); (K) Blood donation room Kichijoji Takion (04 2221 9000); (M) Machida blood donation room Comfy (04 2732 8494)

Taking physical action
The official advice is not to move from the area you are currently in. Until things are considered more stable, it is suggested that you stay local to your house, so as not to overcrowd transportation and disaster relief routes. Heading to the afflicted area will only crowd the situation, putting more pressure on the limited resources they currently have. For the time being, money donations are considered to be the best way you can help.

Offering financial support
The Cause Action website has an extensive list of groups accepting donations for disaster relief efforts, ranging from Yahoo! to the Democratic Party of Japan. Some are payable by bank transfer, in case you don't have a credit card, though most of the information is currently only available in Japanese. See the complete list here.

The following international sites are recommended:

American Red Cross
Canpan Fields (Japanese NPO)
Save the Children
Non-Believers Giving Aid (scroll down the page for Japan earthquake relief)
NGO Jen (in English and Japanese)
International Medical Corps
Finally, there's been an unexpected show of support from pop megastar Lady Gaga, who is selling US$5 Lady Gaga Earthquake Relief Wristbands via her online store.

Electricity
Chief Cabinet Secretary, Yukio Edano, has requested the country to use as little electricity as possible, due to the number of blackouts occurring as far south as Chiba. While there haven't been any blackouts in Tokyo yet, a statement issued by Tepco on Saturday evening said that they might be necessary on Sunday or at some point next week.

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Singled Out: Lykke Li's 'I Know Places' Page here
...when we talked with her about her favorite song off Wounded Rhymes, Lykke Li chose the record's most subdued track: "I Know Places."

Why did you choose "I Know Places" as your favorite song from Wounded Rhymes?
It's just a very simple song, but it's like, you know, should I change it? Or should I do something wild? Sometimes it's just right to keep it almost like a folk song or a blues song. Just go round and round ― like why change when you're in a good space?

It stands out from much of the rest of the album because it is so subtle and subdued. Do your songs generally start up that way and then build up in production?
All the songs we write on either piano or guitar originally. I wrote "I Know Places" because I had just bought an autoharp when I was in New York; it was the first song I wrote on that autoharp. I was so tired. I was in New York, and it was just so much noise. I just felt so out of place everywhere, so I wrote that song.

A lot of the songs on the album are more produced with heavy drums and synths. On "I Know Places," it's just keeping the song in that one space. Did you and producer Bjorn Yttling intend to keep that track more stripped down?
I played that song for him on the autoharp, and our plan was always to keep that. We saved that song for last ― we didn't even try to record it earlier, because we knew it was just going to be one take. Just me, Bjorn and a room mic. I did my own harmonies on it, and that was basically it. There's a lot of room ― just an amplifier and some reverb. We didn't do anything with that song, because it didn't need anything to be done.

Autoharp Wikipedia
The autoharp is a musical string instrument having a series of chord bars attached to dampers, which, when depressed, mute all the strings other than those that form the desired chord. Despite its name, the autoharp is not a harp at all, but a chorded zither.






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Release Date: February 7, 2011



Pitchfork Album Review here
Ohio neo-country singer Jessica Lea Mayfield writes eloquently analytical love songs. With her languid drawl suggesting an interior monologue rather than an actual conversation-- as if she's thinking things out in her head-- she comes across as a woman torn between her heart and her brain. On her 2008 debut, With Blasphemy So Heartfelt, she picked apart her relationships like a scholar deconstructs a text, parsing out the finer regrets and conflicts right up to the point of severing the emotional connection between herself and the "you" she's addressing. Mayfield sets her songs at that precipice of a break-up-- a tactic that lends her music the emotional force of the best country music and distinguishes her from other songwriters.

Tell Me, her second album, matches and at times even surpasses her debut in terms of rueful atmosphere and unflinching songwriting, and Mayfield works to break free of her country confines and showcase her vocals in new, unexpected settings. Blasphemy set a mood and sustained it; by comparison, the follow-up is positively kaleidoscopic, both musically and emotionally. She writes pop hooks, mingles pedal steel with ramshackle studio beats, and incorporates new styles and influences, such that each song has its own unique identity. If Tell Me lacks the rawness of her youthful debut (she wasn't even old enough to vote when she recorded Blasphemy), it sounds more adventurous and more playful, taking greater risks that almost always pay off. The beat on "Grown Man", which sounds like a factory pre-set on an old Casio re-appropriated as some sort of analog electronica, should sound flippant and gimmicky, yet it lends a wryness to her lyrics about a May-December romance: "I'd give most anything to know, as you're sitting there with your legs crossed and no clothes on, what you are thinking of." She is, the song makes clear, the more mature one.

Sex remains a constant throughout these songs, yet because it offers a respite from romantic bewilderment, Mayfield's songwriting never becomes tawdry. "Hate has brought me up the stairs into your house," she sings on "Our Hearts Are Wrong". "I'll not let hate be the one to make me naked for you." There's a lot going on in these tough-minded tracks, and the music is calibrated to reinforce her heady sentiments. Forgoing the cavernous sound of Blasphemy, producer Dan Auerbach gives Tell Me a snappy immediacy that unites these disparate styles and musical experiments into a cohesive whole. His and Richie Kirkpatrick's guitars crash almost brutally against her delicate vocals on "I'll Be the One You Want Someday" and "Somewhere in Your Heart", but in a way that enacts her emotional turmoil.

The album peaks early with "Blue Skies Again", whose ooh-sha-la-la's (sung by Auerbach) and simple, infectious chorus make it a standout. It's Mayfield's most pop-oriented moment, mixing country, girl group, shoegazer, and indie pop into a breezy sound, but it's also a sunny, reassuring song that draws even more power from being the bright spot among so many dire situations. And that reveals the central and enthralling contradiction on Tell Me: Mayfield's uncertainties have inspired a proportionately confident album, as musically assured as it is romantically conflicted.



Tell Me Tracks
1.I'll Be the One You Want Someday
2.Our Hearts Are Wrong
3.Blue Skies Again
4.Somewhere in Your Heart
5.Grown Man
6.Trouble
7.Nervous Lonely Night
8.Sometimes at Night
9.Tell Me
10.Run Myself Into the Ground
11.Sleepless















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Wikipedia King Creosote
Kenny Anderson, known primarily by his stage name King Creosote, is an independent singer-songwriter from Fife, Scotland. To date, Anderson has released over forty albums, with his latest, Flick the Vs, released on 20 April 2009.
Regarding his stage name, Anderson states:
I used to make records with a band called Skuobhie Dubh Orchestra, but always had to record a lot of m y songs on my own. I wanted to put out these recordings on my own label Fence, so then I needed something to go on the fence. That’s the creosote part. I wrote down king creosote, and immediately liked the juxtaposition of the regal and the carcinogenic.

Anderson is also a member of Scottish Canadian band The Burns Unit.
Anderson's brothers are also musicians: Ian "Een" Anderson (known as Pip Dylan) and Gordon Anderson (Lone Pigeon) - who is lead singer and main songwriter with The Aliens. Collaborations between the three often occur at live shows and on album releases.

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Domino Page here
Jon Hopkins is a London-based electronic composer, producer and remixer. He makes powerfully emotive, instrumental music that consistently crosses genres, ranging from solo acoustic piano to explosive, bass-heavy electro. A long-term collaborator of Brian Eno, his career has remained unpredictable, taking in collaborations with Wayne MacGregor, King Creosote and David Holmes; remixes for such varied artists as Wild Beasts, Nosaj Thing, James Yorkston and Four Tet; and film scores for directors including Peter Jackson and Gareth Edwards. His hyper-energetic live show has been seen at some of the world's most iconic venues, including Sydney Opera House with Brian Eno, Madison Square Garden opening for Coldplay, and innumerable clubs, festivals and concert halls the world over.



Diamond Mine
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March 28th sees the release of Diamond Mine, a collaborative album from Domino and Double Six artists, King Creosote and Jon Hopkins.

Featuring lyrics and vocals from King Creosote sung over musical backdrops arranged and recorded by Jon Hopkins, Diamond Mine is a genuine labour of love, recorded over a number of years without the pressure of deadlines, whenever Jon and KC could get together.

The album, featuring instrumental moments as affecting as the lyrical, consists of newly interpreted obscure delights picked out from 20 years of King Creosote’s treasure chest of a back catalogue. Intended to be heard as a single experience, Diamond Mine produces a near classical suite of emotion ranging from cracked despair to patched-up euphoria. Described by King Creosote as a ‘soundtrack to a romanticised version of a life lived in a scottish coastal village’, the record weaves in slices of Fife life, bike wheels, spring tides, tea cups and café chatter to produce a beautiful, unique and timeless album.
(Domino Page here)

King Creosote & Jon Hopkins - Bubble (Diamond Mine Teaser) by DominoRecordCo





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