MBE Nov. 1: New SAULT albums, Tel Aviv psych, Margo Price

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It’s New Music…Tuesday? British collective SAULT released five (!) new albums this morning, totaling over 67 tracks. Some feature traditional SAULT sounds similar to their early work, but also incorporate world sounds and percussion, psych, and rock. You can find the albums on their website, but the password to unlock them is a riddle. Can you figure it out?

Israeli music producer and composer Kutiman weaves Can, Arthur Verocai, and Tame Impala influences on his new album, “Open.” As a teen in Tel Aviv, college radio had a huge impact on his musical taste, exposing him to Parliament, trip-hop, and jungle.

And Margo Price, the Nashville-based country singer-songwriter, released a track from her upcoming album today. Ahead of the January drop, she's also released a memoir, “Maybe We’ll Make It,” which is about loss, motherhood, and the search for artistic freedom in the midst of the agony experienced by so many aspiring musicians. This Thursday at 7 p.m., KCRW’s very own Anne Litt will interview Price at Vroman's Bookstore in Pasadena. Enter here for your chance to win a copy of the book plus tickets to the event!





Anna Chang