Cheyenne Mize - The Cellar Song (Palace Broters cover)
13 Louisville bands/Artists (including Bonnie 'Prince' Billy) cover 1993's THERE IS NO-ONE WHAT WILL TAKE CARE OF YOU by the Palace Brothers for it's 20th anniversary.
Phoebe Bridgers - I Know the End
Amira Medunjanin - Umoran sam od života
For Him and Her’ novi studijski album world music dive Amire Medunjanin, od danas je u prodaji po cijeni od 99 kuna. Jedinstveni je to hommage Tomi Zdravkoviću i Silvani Armenulić – 12 njihovih pjesama u interpretaciji Amire Medunjanin jednostavno očarava.
Jerskin Fendrix - Black Hair
Errant godfather to the Brixton Windmill scene, Jerskin Fendrix's debut offers a serpentine dance through different genres and personae, finds Patrick Clarke
Shabaka and the Ancestors - Go My Heart, Go to Heaven
The British-Barbadian jazz saxophonist and his South African players narrate the apocalypse from a distant future, suggesting that in order to build anew, some things will first need to burn.
Johnny Cash - Thirteen
Moby - Morningside
African Head Charge - Learning
Originally issued in 1993 and the last African Head Charge album on On-U Sound for 12 years, released at the height of the band’s popularity as a staple of live music festivals.
Julian Cope - That Ain’t No Way To Make A Million
In typical Cope stylee, the 13 songs of SELF CIVIL WAR brim with sound FX, enormous orchestral arrangements, timeless uprisings of Ur-folk and hefty near-Krautrock anthems. It’s the first release in Cope’s ‘Our Troubled Times’ series, and a fine temporary refuge from our daily bombardment by media luvvies and fuckhead world leaders who take us all for idiots.
pocket palma - Subota Nakon Valentinova (Flow Version)
I LIKE TRAINS - The Truth
Leeds band I Like Trains return with their first studio album in eight years. Kompromat
Ernest Rogers - Mythological Blues
Pantha du Prince - Transparent Tickle Shining Glace
German producer and composer Hendrik Weber, who is approaching two decades of releasing music as Pantha du Prince, would no doubt agree. His new album, Conference of Trees, is driven by a related, and self-directed, question: What does it sound like when trees communicate?
David Lynch & Jack Cruz - True Love's Flame
Lazarus Kane - Narcissus
“Narcissus” is a wonderfully disco-drenched number with the soulful cocksure vibe of Prince, but hemmed beautifully with a Primal Scream edge.
Nicolas Jaar - Cenizas
Nicolás Jaar wrote much of his arresting third album in isolation, holed up in a remote corner of the world without booze, cigarettes, or caffeine.
Kaleida - 99 Luftballons (Nena cover)
Bonny Light Horseman – Blackwaterside
If you’ve listened at all to English, Irish, or Appalachian folk music or any of their many revivals, you’ll spot familiar archetypes and icons.
Viagra Boys - Sentinel Island
Moor Mother - Thrill Of Dawn
CLEPSYDRA, released at the start of May, is every bit as benevelont as its predecessors, perhaps even more so. Intended to help writers through creative blocks, CLEPSYDRA journeys down roads and across vistas, merges field recordings of nature with mechanical whirrings and dissonant instruments, and puts the voice of the Black orator front and center.
Meatraffle - Song for 'Birds'
If Meatraffle was born in a South London Wetherspoons then Bastard Music came to life at Brixton’s Windmill. It is hard to dissociate the band from contemporaries such as Shame, Warmduscher, and Fat White Family. Delving further, artists such as Pregoblin, Peeping Drexels, and Sleaze come to mind. Brixton, Peckham and New Cross is a fruitful breeding ground for new music.