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Misc. Sessions was recorded at Abbey Road Studios, May 2016. For this limited period of time, get the two EPs for the price of one until the timer runs out.

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Rob Dougan's The 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Sessions, recorded at Air Lyndhust Studio, London with a 75-piece orchestra and a 40-piece choir, features 5 tracks + a 22 minute film. This is Rob Dougan's first orchestral and instrumental release for over a decade.

A few responses to Rob Dougan's The 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Sessions:

“Greatness! Worth the wait” - Ed Waddell
“I can't believe it!!!! This is awesome” - Sebastien Mihail
“This is amazing!” - Helen Snyder
“Heart-rendingly gorgeous” - Pawel Lopatka
“Pure genius, and am eagerly awating the Misc. Sessions EP” - Briscojt
“What a comeback I must say” - Toine Vis
“Waited for over a decade but certainly worth it. Glad to have the master back” - Tom Stringer
“Rob is back” - Ariel Dalton
“Been an Rob Dougan fan since The Matrix. Truly excited that Rob is back” - Mike Wootten

Rob Dougan's Misc. Sessions was recorded on May the 11th 2016 at the legendary Abbey Road Studios 2 (Pink Floyd, The Beatles).

It is the first release of songs by Rob Dougan since his Grammy-nominated album, Furious Angels.

Featuring a 40-piece string-section as well as a smaller 10-piece ensemble, the tracks are accompanied by instrumental versions bringing the track count to just under 10 pieces. The release will be followed by a film, included in purchase, of the sessions. The pre-order of these sessions will be available for download in August – with updates and excerpts before.

Critics on Rob Dougan:

“A near-mythical status as a mysterious production genius”
Dazed and Confused Magazine

“A genuine maverick”
The Guardian

“The most mysterious figure in the the electronic music scene”
Hipster Minions

“The sort of pretension-free soundclash that gives stirring widescreen ambition a good - no - great name”
NME

Rob Dougan, the artist behind the grammy-nominated Furious Angels, The Matrix, The Matrix Reloaded, and Clubbed to Death on Mo'Wax has worked on projects involving U2, Frank Sinatra, Moby amongst others.



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