This week's PBS Feature Album is Sus Dog, the tenth studio album by Clark. Released on his own burgeoning label Throttle Records, the record was mentored and executive produced by Thom Yorke, who sings and plays bass on the track ‘Medicine’.

Unlike previous LP Playground In A Lake, which turned impending ecological doom into beautiful 
dark art, on Sus Dog Clark often sounds uplifting, albeit in his own inimitable way. 

Purveying a sort of skewed-psychedelic-hardcore-dream-pop-brilliance, prior to beginning Clark 
“kept on thinking ‘what would it sound like if The Beach Boys took MDMA and made a rave 
record?”. This early seed grew into something epic – abundant with aural and poetic depth, clues, 
inferences and in-jokes. It’s clearly brilliant and immediately enjoyable, but there’s much to unpack: 
It’s a big but tantalizing undertaking, where plenty more treasure can be discovered amidst layers 
of ambiguity, obliqueness and abstraction. 

Tune in all this week to hear tracks from Sus Dog, and PBS Members have the chance to win a copy of the album via this Tuesday's e-newsletter, so make sure you check your inbox!

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Linda May Han Oh - 'Circles'

Yussef Dayes - 'Rust' (feat. Tom Misch)

Thndo - '4eva'

Rival Consoles - 'Coda'

David Bridie - 'Sympathetic Martin'

"Sympathetic Martin", David Bridie, May 2023


+F:rst Sunn+ - 'Helen'

Solar/Sonar - 'We Collide'

Snooper - 'Pod'

Penny Ikinger - 'We Had Love'

Xylouris White - 'Other Forests'

Xylouris White "Other Forests" (Official Music Video)