New Music Monday

Charlie Cunningham Lines

After releasing three EPs over the course of the last three years, London’s Charlie Cunningham will release his debut full-length, Lines, this coming Friday (January 27, 2017)

Explore the Sonic Cosmos with Night Moves on the ‘Carl Sagan’ EP

Carl Sagan, the title of Night Moves’ latest EP is appropriate given the band’s cosmic, ’70s-influenced, indie rock sound.

The Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society

The Delia Derbyshire Appreciation Society’s Blue Filter is out now through Six Degrees Records

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Alsarah and The Nubatones Return With the Excellent Manara

Alsarah & The Nubatones’ new record, Manara, is a thrilling mix of African, Middle Eastern, and Western music.

Reimagining Véronique Vincent & Aksak Maboul’s Not-So-Lost Masterpiece

“Fake jazz, electronics, imaginary African & Balkan music, [and] minimalism.”

Nihilism Reigns on The Wytches’ ‘All Your Happy Life’

A standout record that sees the band avoiding a “sophomore slump” by focusing on a smaller set of sounds.

Death By Unga Bunga’s Refreshing New EP, ‘Fight!’

A working combination of irreverence, silliness, and earnestness …

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The Evocative Folk Music of River Whyless’ ‘We All The Light’

It can seem easy to dismiss indie folk bands as a dime a dozen–not this band.