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‘Inji’ is the debut solo album by Sam Dust, AKA LA Priest.

Across its 10 audaciously imaginative tracks, ‘Inji’ reasserts Dust as a truly idiosyncratic voice in British music, applying the same frantically eclectic, mischievous and willfully absurd spirit of his previous band, the beloved Late Of The Pier, to ever more nuanced and affecting songwriting and composition.

From the obscene space-age stadium rock guitar solo of ‘Oino’, the maddeningly catchy digi-dub single that Dust leaked sample-by-sample on a suitably enigmatic website at the turn of the year, to ‘Learning To Love’, the record’s gargantuan, eight minute long prog-house centrepiece and ‘Occasion’, a melting Martian Prince come-on, ‘Inji’ confounds and delights in equal measure and at every turn.


TRACK LISTING

Occasion
Lady’s In Trouble With
The Law
Gene Washes With New
Arm
Oino
Party Zute / Learning To Love
Lorry Park
Night Train
Fabby
A Good Sign
Mountain

Robert Wyatt

Different Every Time

    Domino are proud to release ‘Different Every Time’, a new compilation album of the works of Robert Wyatt.

    Curated by Robert together with Domino and biographer Marcus O’Dair, the two volume (available as a double CD and two separate double LPs) album features ‘Ex Machina’, the ideal introduction for the Wyatt novice, compiling tracks from Robert’s entire career to date and acting as a companion to O’Dair’s new biography, also titled ‘Different Every Time’.

    Volume two brings together the best of Robert’s collaborations and guest appearances or, as Robert has it, ‘Benign Dictatorships’, including some very special oddities and rarities available here for the very first time.

    Starting out as a drummer for Soft Machine, sharing bills with Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix, Robert Wyatt blended Bohemian and jazz and brought it to the 60s rock scene. Focusing on singing and songwriting, he embarked on a unique solo career which earned him a loyal European following. Admired by his peers and with a career spanning five decades, he has collaborated with Bjork, John Cage, Brian Eno, Scritti Politti, David Gilmour and Hot Chip to name but a few, many of which are featured here.

    TRACK LISTING

    CD1
    Soft Machine - Moon In June
    Matching Mole - Signed Curtain
    Matching Mole - God Song
    Robert Wyatt - A Last Straw
    Robert Wyatt - Yesterday Man
    Robert Wyatt - Team Spirit
    Robert Wyatt - At Last I Am Free
    Robert Wyatt - The Age Of Self
    Robert Wyatt - Worship
    Robert Wyatt - Free Will And Testament
    Robert Wyatt - Cuckoo Madame
    Robert Wyatt - Beware
    Robert Wyatt - Just As You Are

    CD2
    Jeanette Lindstrom - The River
    Anja Garbarek - The Driver
    Hot Chip - We’re Looking For A Lot Of Love
    Epic Soundtracks - Jellybabies
    Robert Wyatt - Shipbuilding
    Grasscut - Richardson Road
    Happy End - Turn Things Upside Down
    Monica Vasconcelos - Still In The Dark
    Working Week - Venceremos (We Will Win) (Jazz Dance Special 12” Version)
    Phil Manzanera - Frontera
    Stevie Nieve + Robert Wyatt + Muriel
    Teodori - Las Plus Belle Langue
    Cristina Dona - Goccia
    Nick Mason - Siam
    Mike Mantler - A L’abbatoire
    Mike Mantler - Sinking Spell
    Bjork - Submarine
    John Cage - Experiences No. 2

    Robert Wyatt

    Different Every Time - Ex Machina

      Domino are proud to release ‘Different Every Time’, a new compilation album of the works of Robert Wyatt.

      Curated by Robert together with Domino and biographer Marcus O’Dair, the two volume (available as a double CD and two separate double LPs) album features ‘Ex Machina’ (this LP), the ideal introduction for the Wyatt novice, compiling tracks from Robert’s entire career to date and acting as a companion to O’Dair’s new biography, also titled ‘Different Every Time’.

      Volume two (available separately) brings together the best of Robert’s collaborations and guest appearances or, as Robert has it, ‘Benign Dictatorships’, including some very special oddities and rarities available here for the very first time.

      Starting out as a drummer for Soft Machine, sharing bills with Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix, Robert Wyatt blended Bohemian and jazz and brought it to the 60s rock scene. Focusing on singing and songwriting, he embarked on a unique solo career which earned him a loyal European following. Admired by his peers and with a career spanning five decades, he has collaborated with Bjork, John Cage, Brian Eno, Scritti Politti, David Gilmour and Hot Chip to name but a few, many of which are featured here.


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