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UKNY On FUV For May 3

by Kara Manning
Brian Eno and Karl Hyde (photo by Perou)

On tonight's UKNY at 11, there are simply so many excellent new albums that have just been released or are slated to come out in just days, that it's a bit overwhelming—so expect offerings from Gruff Rhys, Eno • Hyde (pictured), Elephant and more. Next week also brings an influx of great British bands to New York for shows, like Foals, Bombay Bicycle Club and Toy, so we'll round up some tracks from them as well.

UKNY On FUV For April 26: Britpop Special

by Kara Manning

Although the moment that marked the real birth of Britpop has been debated, the 20th anniversary of the release of Blur's Parklife, which fell yesterday, April 25, is often cited as the point when the genre surged as a cultural, Union Jack-waving force in Britain and beyond. So on tonight's spring drive edition of UKNY, we'll spend an hour back in the mid-'90s when Britpop was at its height (for better and for worse) with Blur, Oasis, Elastica (pictured), Pulp, Echobelly, Suede, Space and more. UKNY is the new kid on the FUV block, but if you enjoy exploring music from Britain, please support the show by heading to and making a contribution to the station.

UKNY On FUV For April 19

by Kara Manning
Blur (from 'Parklife')

This Friday, April 25, marks the 20th anniversary of the release of Blur's Parklife, the album that truly heralded the arrival of Britpop. This past Wednesday, Blur frontman and solo artist Damon Albarn, who releases Everyday Robots on April 29, visited WFUV for an intimate session (which airs on May 5). So, tonight on UKNY at 11, expect a generous helping of Damon Albarn tracks as well as thoughtful new music from emerging artists like Aquilo, Throwing Snow, Bernard + Edith, Vancouver Sleep Clinic and more.

UKNY On FUV For April 5

by Kara Manning
Slow Club (courtesy of the artist,

On UKNY at 11 tonight, there's an abundance of colorful—or colourful—spring and early summer releases to explore courtesy of Elephant, Slow Club (pictured), Eno · Hyde, Teleman and Fold.