On UKNY tonight at 11, a quick look back at a few of the bands that made a very good impression at the CMJ Music Marathon this week, like the ferociously fun Joanna Gruesome and New Zealand's Ghost Wave, this week's Commonwealth Cut.
New York will be overrun with bands from October 15-19 when the CMJ Music Marathon takes over virtually every music venue in the city.
On UKNY tonight at 11, newly-minted music from emerging and established British bands like Real Lies, Telegram, Yuck and Morcheeba. Elsewhere, since so many British musicians are making a beeline for New York this autumn, we'll also hear the likes of Gold Panda, Deptford Goth (pictured), Daughter, The 1975 and others.
An all-dance edition of UKNY with new music from Basement Jaxx, Jungle, Fryars and more.
Next Saturday, October 5, WFUV will transform Webster Hall into Ibiza-in-the-East-Village with the station's benefit Rock Your Body dance party. In honor of that rave-alicious event (and yes, $35 tickets are still available), tonight's UKNY at 11 will be an all-dance hour of British releases ... plus one Aussie Commonwealth Cut.
New music from Oliver Wilde, Summer Camp, Gary Numan and more.
Tonight at 11, UKNY says farewell to summer and kicks leaves with The Pastels, Summer Camp, Oliver Wilde, Fossil Collective and The Wave Pictures. Since electronic pioneer Gary Numan returns with his first album in seven years on October 15, we'll hear a track from that dark, defiant record.