#385 – Marlowe, The Bug ft Jaimie Branch, Yao Bobby & Simon Grab, Algiers feat. Billy Woods & Backxwash, TAPAN, Usé

Good things come to those who wait, and multiple good things are coming at once on this week’s Independent Music Podcast. We have the absolutely blistering long-awaited LP from Yao Bobby and Simon Grab on Bristol’s LavaLava, and the third instalment of Marlowe – the project of L’Orange and Solemn Brigham – is also with us this week.

Keeping it with great collaborations: Photay and Carlos Niño combine for a beautiful ambient jazz record on International Anthem, whilst The Bug’s latest collaborations record includes a stunning track from the late, great Jaimie Branch.

There’s lots more: the debut release form B U N N Y – the new project of Daniel O’Sullivan, Rose Keeler-Schaffeler, and Thighpaulsandra; the stunning dub-mystic jazz record from Serbia’s TAPAN, weirdo French pop from Usé, and much more.

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B U N N Y – Surrender Rah (self-release, UK)
Yao Bobby & Simon Grab – Wakassa (LavaLava Records, UK)
Algiers feat. Billy Woods & Backxwash – Bite Back (Matador Records, UK)
Usé – Tamponne Moi (Born Bad Records, France)
Solar Corona – Parker S.P. (Lovers & Lollypops, Portugal)
TAPAN – Samo Prolaznost (Offen Music, Germany)
Photay with Carlos Niño – Current (International Anthem, USA)
Marlowe – Past Life (Mello Music Group, USA)
The Bug – Your Laws Ain’t Free ft Jaimie Branch (Pressure, Belgium)
Selezione Naturale – La Foresta (Gang of Ducks, Italy)

Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.

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