UKNY for October 18
Amy Winehouse (photo by Mischa Richter, PR)
Digging into demos and B-sides from Amy Winehouse on tonight's "UKNY" at 11 as we wrap our week-long revisit of her brilliant final album, Back to Black, as our FUV EQFM "Album ReCue."
Also, the delightful Melbourne quintet Bananagun who have a fervent love of Fela Kuti; a brand new song from Toronto's Tamara Lindeman, who records as The Weather Station; and the genius UK collective SAULT, who've released two of the very best albums of 2020 under a veil of semi-anonymity.
East London's Asian Dub Foundation is back, as is former Standard Fare singer Emma Kupa, who has released her solo debut album. And at long last, London's beabadoobee's much-anticipated Fake It Flowers, 20-year-old Bea Kristi's debut album, is out via the Dirty Hit label.
All that and more on "UKNY," Sundays from 11pm-midnight, on 90.7, streaming online and available on demand in the Weekend Archives after broadcast.
1. SAULT, “Fearless,” Untitled (Rise)
2. (Melbourne, AU) Bananagun, “Out of Reach,” The True Story of Bananagun
3. (Toronto, CA) The Weather Station, “Robber,” single
4. Asian Dub Foundation, “Youthquake Pt. 1 – Greta Speaks,” Access Denied
5. (Bogota, CO and Brooklyn, NY) Ela Minus, “el cielo no es de nadie,” acts of rebellion
6. (Montréal, CA) Le Couleur, “Train de Minuit,” Concorde
7. (Melbourne, AU) Thibault, “Late Expectations,” Or Not Thibault
8. Emma Kupa, “Does It Feel New,” It Will Come Easier
9. beabadoobee, “Sorry,” Fake It Flowers
10. Amy Winehouse, “Tears Dry (original),” Lioness: Hidden Treasures
11. Amy Winehouse, “Love is a Losing Game (demo),” Back to Black: B-Sides
12. Amy Winehouse, “Love is a Losing Game,” Back to Black
13. Amy Winehouse, “Cupid,” Back to Black: B-Sides