New Music on 2SER 30/11/20
Image by: Mike Magee
Welcome to the new music review where we connect you with some of the best new music spinning on Breakfast, The Daily and Drive programs.
Kelley Stoltz – Ah! (etc) (FEATURE ALBUM)
King Gizzard & the Lizard Wizard – K.G.
Luluc – Dreamboat
Moussa Diakite – Kanafo
Peter Black – I’m Gonna Cheat As Much As I Can
Swimwear – Night Air
Various Artists – Brazen Hussies (Songs from the Film and More)
Dry Cleaning – Scratchcard Lanyard
Kiwi Jr. – Cooler Returns
KOKOROKO – Baby Ayoola
Laure Briard – Eu Voo
Tesse – My Madeline
Teenage Fanclub – Home
Mali-born, Sydney-based guitarist and singer Moussa Diakite returns with his latest album, Kanafo. Produced by Sydney-born Berber musician Julian Bel-Bachir and recorded with Mali and Sydney musicians, Diakite mixes funk, reggae, and traditional Wassoulou in this new batch of compositions, creating a record that’s effortlessly fun and pure joy from top to bottom.
Accompanying the recent documentary of the same name about the Women’s Liberation Movement in 1960s and 1970s Australia, Brazen Hussies collects music by Australian women of the era. Chapter Music label head Guy Blackman has pulled together an eclectic collection – rock songs sit next to folk tunes, reggae next to jazz – that highlights just diverse and radical feminist music in this country has been. A welcome companion to the film, and invigorating stocktake of Australian music history.