22nd Sunday Film

Experience Rob Dougan’s The 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Sessions for FREE for 72-hours in full widescreen .
Stream Free. 22 minutes. More than 115 player and singers. 1 singular experience.  For 72 hours.
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Critics on Rob Dougan
“A genuine maverick”
The Guardian
“A near-mythical status as a mysterious production genius”
Dazed and Confused Magazine

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

“The most mysterious figure in the the electronic music scene”
Merchants of Air

 A few responses to Rob Dougan’s The 22nd Sunday in Ordinary Time Session

“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 

About Rob Dougan

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. His 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. Released in 2014, this was Rob Dougan’s first orchestral and instrumental release for over a decade.