Holding on to the #1 spot on the KCRW charts for a second consecutive week, Fading Frontier is the seventh album from this American indie rock band from Atlanta. Watch their recent live set for Morning Becomes Eclectic here.
“Return To The Moon”
Return To The Moon is the resulting collaboration between Matt Berninger of the National and Bret Knopf of Menomena. EL VY came to KCRW to perform a live set for MBE, which you can see here.
Fat Freddy’s Drop
Bays is the 4th studio album from this 7 piece from New Zealand who call their music “hi tek soul”, a combination of reggae, soul and dub.
Caracal is the second album from the English electronic music siblings Howard & Guy Lawrence. They recently played a live set for KCRW at NeueHouse Hollywood, plus were interviewed by Jason Bentley: watch here.
Many Moons is the solo debut from Martin Courtney, front-man from the band Real Estate. See him live at The Echo on 1/18 — and watch his MBE performance here.
St Germain is the self titled third album from the French electronic museum Ludovic Navarre.
“Sometimes I Sit & Think & Sometimes I Just Sit”
Courtney Barnett returns to the top 10 this week, following a recent solo set and interview with Jason Bentley which you can find here.
“Guilty Of Love”
This week’s new entry to the top 10, Unloved is the new project from an LA based trio comprised of producer David Holmes, vocalist Jade Vincent, and composer Keefus Ciancia.
“VEGA INTL. Night School”
VEGA INTL. Night School is the new double album and third release from this Texas based electronic group.
“Why Make Sense”
Returning to the top ten is Why Make Sense, the sixth studio album from this English electronic music band.