#421 – Not Waving, BFTT, Jaimie Branch, Ragga Twins, Prince Fatty, Mary Hampton

It’s sweet hellos and sad goodbyes on this week’s Independent Music Podcast as we welcome back Ragga Twins, who are releasing their first new record in 28 years, and the Jungle is as blistering as ever it was.

Not so blistering as ever it was is Not Waving, who continues his development into more thought-provoking downtempo electronics, bringing back frequent collaborator Marie Davidson on his latest. 

Elsewhere there’s stunning folk from Mary Hampton, beautiful psych guitar experimentation from Jon Richards, Israeli psych funk, and a lot more.

We also have the latest posthumous record from Jaimie Branch, which is poignant and as excellent as ever she was.

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Ragga Twins – Too Much Madness (Nice Up! Records, UK)
Mary Hampton – Hares in the Old Plantation (self-release, UK)
Eje Eje – Heat Flux (Summer) (Batov Records, UK)
Two Form a Click vs Horacio Pollard – Through a Glass Lozenge (Futura Resistenza, Belgium)
Prince Fatty – Expansions feat. Shniece (Lovedub Limited, UK)
ĠENN – Rohmeresse (Liminal Collective, UK)
Not Waving – Beginner’s Goodbye w/ Marie Davidson (Ecstatic, UK)
Jon Richards – Flat Banks (Wrong Speed Records, UK)
BFTT – SEEMS(Worldwide Unlimited, UK)
Jaimie Branch – Baba Louie (International Anthem, USA)

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Produced and edited by Nick McCorriston.

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