New to the #1 spot this week, Many Moons is the solo debut from Real Estate front-man Martin Courtney. See his recent live session for KCRW here, and you can catch him live at The Echo on January 18.
Fat Freddy’s Drop
Bays is the fourth studio album from this seven-piece from New Zealand who call their music “hi tek soul”, a combination of reggae, soul and dub.
Fading Frontier is the seventh album from this American indie rock band from Atlanta. Watch their recent live set for Morning Becomes Eclectic here.
St Germain is the self titled third album from the French electronic museum Ludovic Navarre.
“Dark Night Sweet Light”
Dark Night Sweet Light is the fifth album from the Australian duo of Luke Dubbard (Luke Dubs) and Angus Stewart (El Gusto). KCRW recently welcomed them to Sonos Studio LA for a live set which you can watch here.
Wondem is the latest from LA based multi instrumentalist and producer Dexter Story. The album has influences from Ethiopian music, including the title – “Wondem” translates to “brother” in Amheric, Ethiopia’s native language.
“Ones & Sixes”
Ones & Sixes is the latest album from this Duluth, Minnestota based trio. See their recent live session for Morning Becomes Eclectic here.
Orange is the latest from Latin Grammy-nominated producer and re-mixer Toto Gonzalez. See his recent live set for Morning Becomes Eclectic here.
“All We Need”
All We Need is the debut album from this 19 year-old American artist. See his recent live set for KCRW here.