Domino have revealed plans of several Record Store Day releases in addition to the Animal Collective Transverse Temporal Cyrus 12″ announced yesterday.

The most immediately appealing of the bunch is probably the John Cale remix 12″, pressed on white vinyl with packaging designed by Satomi. Three tracks from Cale’s recent Extra Playful EP are remixed by Maria Minerva, Actress and Alva Noto, and appear alongside two tracks inspired by Cale, Leyland Kirby’s ‘Watching & Waiting For You To Begin’ and Tim Hecker’s ‘Suffocation Raga For John Cale’.

A1. ‘Whaddya Mean By That’ – Maria Minvera Transition
A2. ‘Perfection’ – Actress Transition
A3. ‘Catastrofuk’ – Alva Noto Transition
B1. ‘Watching & Waiting For You To Begin’ – Leyland Kirby
B2. ‘Suffocation Raga For John Cale’ – Tim Hecker

Also on a remix tip, Hot Chip‘s ‘Night and Day’, a song taken from their upcoming In Our Heads LP, has been transformed by Daphni, the dancefloor alter ego of Caribou, for a limited one-sided 12″.

We’re intrigued at the prospect of Smugglers Way, a “flexi zine” assembled by Domino and its US sister imprint Ribbon and comprised of a 24-page zine and five, multicoloured flexi discs of exclusive, previously unreleased songs by Dirty Projectors, Real Estate, Cass McCombs, John Maus and Villagers.

Dirty Projectors – You Against The Larger World
Real Estate – In My Car
Cass McCombs – Teachers
John Maus – No Title (Molly)
Villagers – Shards

There’s a limited, heavyweight purple vinyl 7″ from Arctic Monkeys planned, featuring ‘R U Mine?’ and new song ‘Electricity’, a 7″ with exclusive jukebox sticker from Caitlin Rose covering the Monkeys’ Piledriver Waltz’and ‘Love Is A Laserquest’), a 7″ of new songs (‘Third Swan’ b/w ‘Starboard Home’) by King Creosote & Jon Hopkins and a split 7″ from Francois & The Atlas Mountains and Slow Club on which they cover each other’s ‘Edge Of Town’ and ‘E Volo Love’. She & Him‘s debut album Volume 1, never before released on wax in Europe, will be available in a special coloured vinyl edition, and there’s a 10th anniversary double-vinyl reissue of Jame Yorkston‘s debut album Moving Up Country.

These releases will be available only through independent record stores on Record Store Day: Saturday 21 April.







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