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Month: March 2018

28 March 2018

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Playlist Updates. 26/03/18

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Some more quality tracks have been added to the rotation this time round. The melodic Heart Attack by Swedish indie-poppers In Deed is probably my pick of the bunch, but the post-punk moodiness of When We Were Young by veterans The Suburbs has a certain angsty charm. It’s one for fans of Bowie and Killing […]

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19 March 2018

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Playlist Updates. 18/03/18

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There’s a right rum bunch in the latest additions to the playlist. Salford synthpoppers Positronik appear not once but twice, the almost primal electro of Miss FD is a dangerous delight and Cebratrack’s angular art-pop is a pure pleasure! A real highlight for us is Rachel K Collier’s moody pop – it’s no surprise she […]

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9 March 2018

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Playlist Updates. 08/03/18

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A Baker’s dozen for you this time round; including prime Swedish synthpop from Villa Monroe, fellow Swede Natalie Migdal’s acoustic and personal take on pop, the political Krautrock-infused electronica of America’s Where Are We and the expansive chillwave of Japanese trio D.A.N. We particularly enjoyed the mellow but anthemic tones of the solo release by […]

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4 March 2018

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Playlist Updates. 04/03/18

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There’s some cool and exciting music for you in the latest additions to the playlist. America’s Tigers Are Bad For Horses mix up funk and the left field sounds of acts like Chet Faker to mesmerising effect, Baby Yaga has an icy take on art electro that pierces the soul, and the West Coast infused […]

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