UKNY Debuts On FUV

by Kara Manning
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courtesy: Banksy

This summer there's a new addition to FUV Saturday nights with UKNY — a show focused on new music from Britain. UKNY features emerging and established artists like Temples, Public Service Broadcasting, Money, Boards of Canada, Everything Everything, Belle and Sebastian and much more. The hour-long show will spotlight British bands coming to New York this summer — like Camera Obscura and Savages — and we'll spin a brand new "Commonwealth Cut" too. Join me for UKNY, debuting this Saturday night at 11 following Vin Scelsa's "Idiot's Delight"® and "The Bottomless Pit" with Marshall Crenshaw, on 90.7 FUV also streaming online.

Songs Played on July 5:

Temples, "Colours To Life," single
Public Service Broadcasting, "Night Mail," Inform-Educate-Entertain
Teleman, "Steam Train Girl," single
Everything Everything, "Duet," Arc
Money, "Bluebell Fields," The Shadow of Heaven
Camera Obscura, "Every Weekday," Desire Lines
Belle and Sebastian, "Your Cover's Blown (Miaox Miaox remix), Third Eye Centre
Savages, "Marshal Dear," Silence Yourself
Commonwealth Cut: Jagwar Ma, "The Throw," Howlin'
The Stone Roses, "She Bangs The Drums," The Stone Roses
Deptford Goth, "Feel Real," Life After Defo
Boards of Canada, "Cold Earth," Tomorrow's Harvest
 

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