Since 1992 Dome has been the UK Home of Soul and R&B. We have been privileged to work with some of the very finest artists in the soul and jazz genres. Our early discoveries included Beverley Knight, Hil St Soul and Dennis Taylor. Since then our artist roster has included legends and newcomers - Brenda Russell, Rahsaan Patterson, Incognito, Eric Roberson, Avery*Sunshine, Simon Law, George Duke, Shaun Escoffery, Jarrod Lawson, the James Taylor Quartet, Anthony David, and so many more. We are also home to the Soul Lounge compilation series. We hope you enjoy our music and our artists and, if so, please help us to spread the word around the world.
Dome celebrates its 25th birthday with this 50-track digital album collection, bookended by the label’s first signing Lulu (with Bobby Womack) on “I’m Back For More” and most recent signing Simon Law (with Carol Wheeler) with “Morning Love”.
Twice Grammy-nominated Eric Roberson is releasing a series of themed mini-albums throughout 2017 titled ”Earth”, “Wind” and “Fire”. First up is “Earth”, an April six-track package, which includes “Million Dollars” - already playlisted at London’s urban station Mi-Soul - and “Looking For”, both co-written by Eric with producer Daniel Crawford. Bonus track “Superman” features guest vocals from Glenn Lewis and keyboard contributions from James Poyser.
Latest volume in the long running Soul Lounge series, with a strong line-up of soul, R&B and jazz artists, including Shaun Escoffery, Tony Momrelle, Simon Law featuring Caron Wheeler, Jarrod Lawson, Avery Sunshine, Incognito and Down To The Bone. Released for the first time is a stunning, much requested Shaun Escoffery live version of the Bacharach-David classic “A House Is Not A Home”, as well as Jarrod Lawson’s Trevor Nelson BBC 1Xtra Live Lounge recording of Lauryn Hill’s “Ex_Factor”.
Stunning debut solo album from Simon Law, one of the UK’s finest producer/writers, who has been a key part of the Soul II Soul family. As well as co-writing their Grammy-winning songs “Back To Life” and “African Dance”, and being involved in all but one of the band’s albums, Simon has also worked as a producer, writer or remixer with, among others, Chante Moore, Brenda Russell, Maxi Priest, Johnny Gill, George Michael, Masters At Work, Duran Duran and Shabba Ranks. “Look To The Sky” sees him reunited with Soul II Soul’s Caron Wheeler on the uplifting “Morning Love” and with Maxi Priest on “Sunshine Girl”. Among the many other highlights are the Nadine Sutherland-vocalled “Love Comes Back To You” and Chante Moore guesting on “Higher”. Release date: June 23 2017