King Creosote & Jon Hopkins' album Diamond Mine was released through Domino in March this year to widespread critical acclaim. It is a genuine labour of love, recorded over a number of years without the pressure of deadlines, whenever Jon and KC could get together.
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.
Its place in history was confirmed when it recieved the highest accolade a UK act can recieve; a nomination for this years Mercury Prize.
If you haven't picked up the album yet then head over to the Domino's online store where it's available on CD, LP, and via digital download.
To celebrate the news we've currently got a limited-time, special offer on both Jon Hopkins' albums by Just Music.
"An ambient-classic, on a par with Eno's 'Music For Airports' work and Global Communication's '76:14''' Gigwise [Opalescent]
"A truly magnificent record..Contact Note is a sublime achievement" The Music Review [Contact Note]