It's a good week for new music…

OK, heads up for this lot: Dalthom, who make pretty out, aqueous jams and consist of Rob Thomas from Sunburned Hand Of The Man and Gary War… primo choogle from Nashville’s Natural Child… Acid Arab… Kurt Vile guesting with Luke Roberts… PURLING HISS… the NYC desert trance of 75 Dollar Bill (ace, and also packaged in maybe my favourite sleeve of 2016)… The Karen Daltonish Lisa/Liza… and a deep astral clip of Natural Information Society playing with Evan Parker at Café Oto, which is clearly the gig I most regret missing this year. Enjoy.

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1 Dalthom – Frame Slip (Feeding Tube)

2 Natural Child – Okey Dokey (Natural Child Records & Tapes)

3 Acid Arab – Musique De France (Crammed Discs)

4 Chivalrous Amoekons – Fanatic Voyage (Drag City)

5 Sophie Hutchings – Wide Asleep (Preservation)

6 Luke Roberts – Sunlit Cross (Thrill Jockey)

7 Wilco – Schmilco (dBpm)

8 Xylouris White – Black Peak (Bella Union)

9 Goat – Requiem (Rocket)

10 Purling Hiss – High Bias (Drag City)

11 Natural Information Society & Evan Parker – Live At Café Oto (Friday 17 June 2016)

12 Daniel Lanois – Goodbye To Language (Anti-)

13 75 Dollar Bill – Wood/Metal/Plastic/Pattern/Rhythm/Rock (Thin Wrist)

14 The Frightnrs – Nothing More To Say (Daptone)

15 Lisa/Liza- Deserts Of Youth (Orindal)

16 Blonde Redhead – Masculin Féminin (Numero Group)

17 Ryley Walker – Golden Sings That Have Been Sung (Dead Oceans)

18 Bert Jansch – Living In The Shadows (Earth)