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Our KXSF Song of the Day (as recommended by MJ Call)  is “Seventeen” by Sharon Van Etten, from the upcoming 2019 album Remind Me Tomorrow through Jagjaguwar.

Our KXSF Song of the Day (as recommended by Guillermo Goyri)  is “Kebab Spider” by Sleaford Mods, from the upcoming 2019 album Eton Alive through Extreme Eating Records.

Our KXSF Song of the Day (as recommended by DJ Sammy P)  is “They Came Along” by Haulm, from the 2017 album They Came Along through The Orchard Music.

Our KXSF Song of the Day (as recommended by Bob Newman)  is “Cellophane Car” by The Stroppies, from the upcoming 2019 album Whoosh through Tough Love Recordings.

Our KXSF Song of the Day (as recommended by DJ Fari)  is “Hypnotisés vers la lumière” by Mademoiselle K, from the 2017 album Sous les brûlures l’incandescence intacte through Kravache.

Our KXSF Song of the Day (as recommended by The Creep)  is “Serpent’s Curse” by Heads For The Dead, from the 2018 album Serpent’s Curse through Trascending Obscurity Records.

Our KXSF Song of the Day (as recommended by Guillermo Goyri)  is “Bimbo” by The Coathangers, from the upcoming 2019 album The Devil You Know through Suicide Squeeze Records.

Our KXSF Song of the Day (as recommended by DJ Meta)  is “Eis auf Ex” by Acht Eimer Hühnerherzen, from the 2018 album Acht Eimer Hühnerherzen through Destiny Records.

Our KXSF Song of the Day (as recommended by DJ Fari)  is “Au cœur des ténèbres” by Alexandre Varlet, from the 2018 album Soulage through Les Disques de 7eme Ciel.  

KXSF Album of the Month. January 2019. Los Angeles musician Julia Holter’s music has seen such a satisfying evolution.  Since her earlier solo keyboards/electronics releases she has gradually added musicians (strings, reeds, brass, bass and percussion) and moved more into song forms in a chamber pop mold.  Loud City Song, whose lyrics were inspired by […]


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