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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And here are our Top 5 tracks of the month (including the new one from Clancy: check him out at Human Drizzle Presents…. tonight):
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.
3. Clancy – All Just In My Mind: London based producer hits feel good heights again with another top tune. Come join the fun this Friday at Human Drizzle Presents and see him give this an airing.
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: