Tuesday, 31 March 2020
Monthly Playlist - March 2020
Before Breaking More Waves temporarily rose from the dead to help keep me busy in the evenings during the current Coronavirus lockdown I was still posting a monthly Spotify playlist of new music.
So as it’s the end of the month, today’s post is very much business as usual - it's the new updated playlist. The modern day equivalent of a C90 compilation knocked up by your friend. (My golden rule with this is I'll never go over 90 minutes of music - anything longer is too much).
You can find the whole thing on Spotify (feel free to follow it and check in every month?).
Just click this link to access on Spotify.
Apparently streaming statistics are down since Coronavirus, so why not help get them up and listen to this?
As normal my choices hop between a variety of genres, from indie-rock to pop to electronic dance to grime to ambient, because that’s how I listen to music. So the chances are you won’t like everything here, but maybe you’ll like something?
A few of the tracks I have featured on the blog in the last few days since I’ve started posting again.
I hope you enjoy all this amazing music as much as I do.
For those who don’t use Spotify, here’s a full list of the songs and a couple of choice tracks from the list via Soundcloud.
Dream Wife – Sports
Hallan – Yesterday (With Him)
International Teachers Of Pop – Don’t Diss The Disco
Holly Humberstone – Falling Asleep At The Wheel
Salt Ashes – Counting Crosses
Ashnikko – Tantrum
Azure Ryder – Wolves
Spoort – Self
Nego True and Teks Sinatra – Feelings
Zyra – Take Me Home
bdrmm – Happy (International Teachers Of Pop Remix)
Bicep – Atlas
Warriors of The Dyscotheque – Thou Shalt Not Follow
Home Counties – Redevelopment
Droves – Cannibals
Aurora – Into the Unknown
Maisie Peters – Daydreams
Scuti – Huh
Richard Fairlie - Fonda On The Roof
Red Moon – Slow Down
The Orb – Shape Shifters (In Two Parts) (Coffee & Ghost Train Mix)
Nils Frahm – Black Notes
Salt Ashes - Counting Crosses
Ashnikko - Tantrum
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