Another month, another playlist. March contained little to shout about for those residing in the icy climes of the United Kingdom, but April is looking much more promising. For a start there’s tonight’s fun in Peckham, and it’s also spring, apparently. We shall see. As ever, we’re here to serve – so here are all the musical positives from March’s 31 days in one easy playlist:
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1. Deptford Goth – Feel Real: Won over by the arresting power of Deptford Goth’s fragile pop, consider the hype for this band legit. Catch him play in London on April 24th.
2. HAIM – Falling (Duke Dumont Remix): Following his smash hit ‘Need U (100%)’, Duke Dumont’s superb remix of the sisters Haim could be enough to lead him to super stardom, he’s on a roll.
4. Hudson Mohawke – Pleasure: In advance of the schooldays Cornwall holiday we all dreamed of, aka Pleasure Principle, Hudson Mohawke re-released this Janet Jackson-sampling stormer to whet the appetite. Consider it whetted.
5. Russ Chimes – Turn Me Out: Disco house goodness from London’s Russ Chimes, taking centre stage after a series of top remixes for the likes of Mark Ronson and Booka Shade. The Ejeca rework isn’t half bad either.
…and the reduced Spotify version of the playlist: