Check out the track above, which is taken from the forthcoming album Don’t Say That (due for release on the 3rd of November!), which features additional production and mixing by Steve Osborne.
Check out the link below to listen to Karima playing one of her new tracks live on Silent Radio:
The second season of Peaky Blinders is coming soon to a tellybox near you, and this time you’ll hear Flood‘s handiwork across the show- he has co-composed the music for the entire series! Check out the trailer, once again featuring the dreamy Cillian Murphy, below:
Our newest addition to the 140dB team, KARIMA FRANCIS, has just announced that she is planning the release of her third album! To do this she has set up a Pledge campaign with some wonderful items up for grabs, such as an invitation to the forthcoming album’s playback session; an acoustic house party gig at the pledger’s own home; signed, handwritten lyric sheets; polaroids and postcards!
Only announced yesterday (the 9th of September), and the campaign has already had a number of backers join! If you would like to be a part of Karima’s new album, click above and get pledging!
The second track from MARIANNE FAITHFULL’s forthcoming album Give My Love To London (due for release on the 29th of September), which was co-produced by Dimitri Tikovoï and mixed by Flood, has now got a video.
The album features tracks written by legendary artists such as ROGER WATERS, NICK CAVE and, in the case of Falling Back, ANNA CALVI, as well as ED HARCOURT and Dimitri himself!
It’s been a week since COLD SPECKS second album Neuroplasticity, which was mixed by Ben Hillier, was released, and we’ve seen a wave of great reviews come in! Here are a few of our top choices:
“The result is the most captivating music Spx has produced to date, made all the more so by the authoritative poise she projects in even the most calamitous surroundings. Her cryptic yet commanding words comfort and unsettle in equal measure—after all, this is a singer who can deliver a line like “all I got is love and grace” with the same clear-eyed conviction as “I smother with you with silence until you choke on dead air.”
Synth supergroup NODE are back with a bang! And they’ve announced their first show in 17 years – they’ll be playing at The Royal College of Music’s Amaryllis Fleming Concert Hall on the 27th of February 2015 – check it out below: