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Sault is a mysterious British musical collective that explores R&B, funk, dance, and house.

They have no social media presence and do not give interviews, perform live, create videos and offer no photos.

This year alone they have given us 2 incredible albums, Untitled (Black Is) and Untitled (Rise).

Listen to a song from each: “Wildfires(Black Is) and “Fearless(Rise)



Mark Pritchard (featuring Thom Yorke)

British/Australian electronic producer Mark Pritchard asked Radiohead’s Thom Yorke to sing on his forthcoming album Under the Sun.

In the song “Beautiful People” Pritchard distorts and enhances Yorke’s vocals to create a gorgeous lament.

“Beautiful People”

Lopsided World of L

All British music this week from Jonathan L


Lopsided World of L (Hour 1)
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Lopsided World of L (Hour 2)
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*denotes first time song airs on show

Rum Thief “Reach For The Weatherman” (Manchester)
The Damned “Dozen Girls” (1982) (London)
Wire “Magic Bullet” (London)
The Real Tuesday Weld “Love Lust Month” (London)
*Public Image Ltd. “Double Trouble” (album version) (London)
*The Chemical Brothers f/ Ali Love “EML Ritual” (Manchester)
*Space “Female Of The Species” (Liverpool)
Adam Ant “Vince Taylor” (London)
The Marks Cartel “Take Me Home” (Swansea)
Kascarade “Way Of The World” (New version) (Bradford)
Shooze “Trouble In London” (Redditch, West Midlands)
The Winachi Tribe “Plant The Seed” (Warrington)
*Allusondrugs “Sunset Yellow” (Yorkshire)
Jodz “Waiting (Till Then)” (Manchester)
*Sasha Siem “See-Through” (London)
*Matilde Davoli “I’m Calling You From My…” (London)
*Zurich “Menace” (Oxford)
Gang Of Four f/H. Gronemeyer “The Dying Rays” (London)
Skellums “Monsters” (Liverpool)
Kate Tempest “Stink” (South East London)
Fizzy Blood “Black Sheep” (Leeds)
Boxed In “Mystery” (London)
Monster Jaw “Lidocaine” (Leeds)
Bourbon Street Beat “Crossing A Bend” (Manchester)
Cave Mouth “Deep Water” (Bristol)
*Juno Reactor “Trans Siberian” (Brighton)
** Jonathan L Presenter/ Album Network presents
A rare 10-minute excerpt -1997 live performance
at Irving Plaza in New York City**

Charli XCX

Goth-pop artist Charli XCX has finally released her debut album.

True Romance was due last year from this British singer/songwriter and has been in the works since 2010. It includes a number of songs previously heard on her 2 EPs.

“Nuclear Seasons” is from 2011.

“You (Ha Ha Ha) was released earlier this year.

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