Marlon Williams' third record My Boy is this week's PBS Feature Album. 

The New Zealand singer/songwriter announces an artist emerging anew. Gone is the solemn, country-indebted crooner with the velvet voice - in his place comes a playful, shapeshifting creature. 

As the pandemic paused global travel, Marlon Williams found himself at home in New Zealand, reconnecting with family and friends. Soon new demos and lyrical themes emerged: of self-identity and escapism; tribalism and a gnarled family tree; and ruminations on the role of masculinity and mateship. My Boy finds Williams leading a new band through a set of genre-hopping tunes from cheery sway and chugging ‘80s noir sheer to charging synth and sultry pop jams. All this sonic and emotional whiplash is intentional, and ultimately My Boy sees Williams having fun, even while interrogating the behaviours of himself and those around him. 

PBS Members have the chance to win a copy of the album on vinyl via this Tuesday's e-newsletter, so make sure you check your inbox! Please note that winners will be required to pick up their records from our Collingwood studios.

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DEAD - 'The Cowboy'

Syzygy - 'Anchor and Adjust'

Courtney Marie Andrews - 'These Are The Good Old Days'

Bjork - 'atopos'

Peter Knight - 'The Softened Shore'

Larkin Poe - 'Georgia Off My Mind'

e4444e - 'Sunday Taking Me to the Mangroves'

King Gizzard and the Lizard Wizard - 'Ice V'

The Bug - 'Puppy' feat. Jonnine HTRK

Lewis Cancut - 'Jellied Machines'