My Bloody Valentine Sign to Domino, Announce Vinyl Reissues, Add m b v to Streaming

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My Bloody Valentine Sign to Domino, Announce Vinyl Reissues, Add m b v to Streaming

The band’s full catalog is now on streaming services for the first time
My Bloody Valentine
My Bloody Valentine, 1988 (Paul Rider)

My Bloody Valentine have signed to Domino, and today, the independent label has released the influential shoegaze band’s entire catalog onto streaming services for the first time. Their classic full-lengths Isn’t Anything and Loveless have long been available on DSPs; newly available albums include the 2013 comeback m b v and the 2012 compilation ep’s 1988-1991 and rare tracks, which includes You Made Me Realise, Feed Me With Your Kiss, Glider, and Tremolo. All the records have been remastered using for new physical editions, which Domino will release on May 21.

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