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Record releases and playlist for June 18, 2021

Kings of Convenience, Good Morning TV, Alexandre Delano, Francis Lung, This is the Kit and Jonathan Fitas are among the record releases and our June 18, 2021 playlist.

KINGS OF CONVENIENCE

Angelfrom the album Peace Or Love (Universal)
• Fourth album by the duo from Bergen (Norway), and above all the first in twelve years

GOOD MORNING TV

Entertainmentfrom the album Small Talk (Geography Records)
• First album of the Parisian quartet led by Bérénice Deloire

THE LOUNGE SOCIETY

Burn the HeatherExtract from the maxi Silk For The Starving (Speedy Wunderground / [PIAS])
• First maxi from the new signature of the prestigious label of Dan Carey, one of the young English groups to watch in 2021

FRANCIS LUNG

Lonesome no moreTaken from the album Miracle (Memphis Industries)
• Second album by former Wu Lyf.

THIS IS THE KIT

Found Out (Horns Version) – Excerpt from the maxi Off Off Oddities (Rough Trade)
• Seven titles of live and alternative versions inherited from the Off Off on 2020, digital release only

WHISPERING SOUNDS

• Extract from the album Several Others (Whispering Sounds / [PIAS])
• Second album of the Belgian group.

HIDE

• I Fall asleepTaken from the album Mono & Decrease (Hide/Chuckart)
• Hide is the project of Alban Barate, multi-instrumentalist singer member of the live versions of Limiñanas and L’Epée. First album.

JOHN MYRTLE

Get Her Out of my MindTaken from the album Myrtle Soup (Sad Club Records)
• Debut album by English songwriter John Myrtle.

COLA BOYY

Song for the Mister (w/ Nicolas Godin) – Taken from the album Prosthetic Boombox (RecordMakers LC-15765)
• First album, full of prestigious guests, of Cola Boyy, the self-proclaimed disabled disco innovator came from Los Angeles.

HYPERACTIVE LESLIE

• Aphex, Excerpt from the EP Cheek (Airfono Records)
• Second maxi by the composer Antonin Leymarie

JONATHAN FITAS

MujoExtract from the EP Beyond The Loop (Jonathan Fitas/RK Corp)
• First EP by classical composer and sound designer Jonathan Fitas (cover at top of this page)

ALEXANDER DELANO

moon shipTaken from the album Fri Fri Fri (Alexandre Rochon / Night Blue)
• Second solo album by Alexandre Rochon, aka Alexandre Delano, author of five The Delano Orchestra records and former accomplice of Murat for babel.

MARGO CORTO

InsideExtract from the EP Inside (autoprod)
• First EP by an emerging artist from the Parisian folk scene

/HAS

Fire in my fingersTaken from the album /HAS (Two Gentlemen & Hummus Records)
• First album of a trio bringing together three aces of the Swiss scene: Emilie Zoé, her drummer Nicolas Pittet and Franz Treichler (leader of The Young Gods).

NICK CAVE & WARREN ELLIS

CarnageTaken from the album Carnage (AWAL Recordings)
• Physical release (CD, LP) of the disc published at the beginning of the year by Nick Cave and Warren Ellis

SOUTHERN CULTURE ON THE SKIDS

• Run Baby RunTaken from the album At Home with Southern Culture on the Skids (Kudzu Records)
• Nineteenth album (!) from one of the most enduring bands of the Californian underground

WE HATE YOU PLEASE DIE

BarneyTaken from the album Can’t wait to be Fine (Stomp Records)
• Second album by the Rouen punk rock band.

THE LIARS CLUB

TutankhamunExtract from the maxi OfSelf (Neoprima)
• Second EP in four years for the British group, which took three years to recover from the voluntary death of its first bassist and to continue the work of the group in his name.

PULSAR TOGETHER

Final FinalTaken from the album Weird City (autoprod)
• Second album by the Italian quintet set up by musician Filippo Sala, on the borders of post-rock, electro and jazz.

ALPHA CASSIOPEIAE

moon shipExtract from the EP moon ship (Tamya Productions)
• First EP of an electro jazz duo from Belgium.

VARIOUS ARTISTS / STRAIN CRACK & BREAK SERIES

The Executioner by My Solid Ground, Extract from the compilation Music From The Nurse With Wound List Volume Two (Finders Keepers)
• A collection of twelve nuggets chosen by Steven Stapleton, soul of the group Nurse with Wound and pioneer of industrial music. All are from the German psych rock of the 60s and 70s.

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