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UKNY On FUV For January 25

by Kara Manning

Wintry pleasures abound on tonight's UKNY at 11 with new selections from Snowbird, East India Youth, The Heartbreaks (pictured), Plank! and a sexy Commonwealth Cut from Kevin Drew. It's Burns Night too ... in case you're planning on a late dinner of whiskey and haggis.

UKNY On FUV For January 18

by Kara Manning
photo by Jonathan Hyde

It's been pretty inspiring to listen to Marshall Crenshaw's ongoing tributes to the Everly Brothers on "The Bottomless Pit" in the wake of Phil Everly's passing earlier this month. The siblings were just as popular and influential in the UK as they were in the States, racking up 28 hits on the British charts. So, tonight on UKNY at 11, expect some vintage '60s harmonies alongside brand new releases from Peggy Sue (pictured), Mogwai, Drowners, Rainer, School of Language and other tracks from soon-to-be-released albums.

UKNY On FUV For January 11

by Kara Manning

There are a lot of fine British albums scheduled to come out this winter and tonight on UKNY on FUV at 11, a taste of upcoming and recently released albums from Bombay Bicycle Club, Wild Beasts (pictured), Burial, Patterns, Jimi Goodwin (of Doves) and Snowbird, the new Anglo-American duo of Simon Raymonde, ex of Cocteau Twins, and Stephanie Dosen.

The Commonwealth Cut comes from a band based in frozen Manitoba, a province that reached weather infamy recently by matching Mars in dramatically subzero temperatures.

UKNY On FUV For January 4

by Kara Manning

It's a new year (a pretty cold one at that) and on tonight's UKNY at 11, some of the young British artists who'll make their full-length album debuts in 2014, like FKA Twigs (pictured), East India Youth, Woman's Hour and Luke Sital-Singh.

UKNY On FUV For December 28

by Kara Manning
Courtesy: Joanna Gruesome

Although 2013 was a rocky year for some and a robust one for others, musically it offered a bounty of excellent albums for both celebration and contemplation. Tonight on UKNY at 11 some of the stellar British releases I found myself returning to again and again over the past year, courtesy of Joanna Gruesome (pictured), These New Puritans, Dutch Uncles, Karl Hyde, The Duckworth Lewis Method and many others.

Expect a New Year's resolution and a stray Christmas song that was misplaced under some wrapping paper too.