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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, February 2017

Jam-packed full of goodies this one.

A nod must be made to Cin Cin’s sixth release and their split 12” featuring gems from Elliott Lion and New Jackson. London-based Fold finally releases his 3-track EP on Moxie’s On Loop label, Krankbrother recruit Fort Romeau for remix duties and Matthias Reiling, Art Alfie and Coeo bring the funk.

Sweely’s timeless ‘All The Reasons’ finally gets a release on Distant Hawaii and we welcome back Wolf Music with an excellent offering from Hodini. Not to mention the totally exquisite moment from Z-Lovecraft on South London label No Bad Days.

There’s a lot to digest. The pensive ‘Songs For Knotty’ from Ishmael Ensemble should ease you in nicely…

 

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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, January 2017

January’s edition of our monthly playlist is bursting with a wide range of talent from all across the globe.

There’s a strong presence from excellent South London labels Church, No Bad Days, Rhythm Section AND Chaos In The CBD’s new In Dust We Trust label. Disco belters on Razor-N-Tape Records, Eglo Records and The Black Madonna’s new label We Still Believe, an ode to 90’s rave from Australian producer Francis Inferno Orchestra and a tasty addition to London pals SlothBoogie’s (fairly) new premieres feature from G. Markus.

And one for the diaries. 4th March we’re having a party. Lock it in.

 

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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, December 2016

About time we got this up, really.

Some strong releases from our favourite labels including Permanent Vacation, Cin Cin and Feel My Bicep, as well as stand out tracks from the ASL Singles Club, Amsterdam’s Atomnation and a wonderful quarter of an hour crafted by Mount Liberation Unlimited on Studio Barnhus.

Hopefully enough here to get your teeth into while we countdown to xmas and the looming departure of quite an extraordinary 2016.

As ever let us know in the comments if we’ve missed any obvious choice cuts, or give us a shout over on Twitter with some of your top tips.

Stay tuned for our ‘Best of 2016’ playlist coming soon…

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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, July 2016

It’s that time of the month again. To make your Fridays that little bit better we’ve rustled up our monthly playlist filled with a healthy crop of new tunes to get your weekends moving.

Summer playlist fodder provided by Roosevelt and Theme Park, bangin’ remixes from Tourist, Alex Metric and Kornél Kovács, releases on Phonica, Church and Permanent Vacation, as well as a handful of new acts you can tell all your pals about including London-based Franc Moody and Swimming Tapes, as well as Swedish collective MLiR.

There’s a lot of good stuff in there, enjoy!

And in other HD news, stay tuned for a barrage of announcements concerning forthcoming events. HD events, that is.

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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, June 2016

It’s been a long time coming, but (guess what!) our latest playlist is here. Featuring enormous bangers from Laurence Guy and Isaac Tichauer alongside more whimsical numbers from the likes of Dems and András, it’s the only soundtrack you need to a summer full of rainy park sessions (if you’re in London like us) / blissful campfires on the beach (if you’re somewhere better). Jump in.

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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, March 2016

Short and sweet playlist this month, with loadza good new music to get your teeth into over the Easter bank holiday weekend.

A strong return to the game from David August, Lindstrom and Detroit Swindle. New labels from Kidnap Kid and South London radio/party No Bad Days, a sparkling remix from Four Tet and dreamy cuts from Seb Wildblood and The Range.

Most noticeably Laurence Guy’s popped up on the blog with a storming start to 2016. In just under two months he’ll be heading things up for our party at the Bermondsey Social Club on Friday 13th May. More details on that intimate affair here.

For now, tuck into this and enjoy x

 

 

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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, February 2016

January seems like a distant memory now, which is no bad thing. There were, however, an abundance of great new tunes released that we simply couldn’t let slip under the radar.

Midland’s side-project AKASE finally released their excellent debut LP, one of our favourite German producers Lauer kicked off the year with a bang and London-based Seb Wildblood prepped the release of his new cassette, ‘U’. HD regulars Klaves, Fort Romeau, Maribou State and many more also feature.

It’s a good one! Enjoy x

 

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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, Best of 2015

As we enter a new year, here’s a look/listen back at the last one. Led from the front by our tracks of the year from DJ Koze and Fatima Yamaha, if we were less wary of cliché we might describe it as a journey. As it is, we’ll merely suggest that if you, like us, are taking the view that NYD is the new NYE, these 46 tunes might just be the perfect warm-up soundtrack. See you on the other side.

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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, December 2015

Regular readers may be aware that our playlist game has been far from strong of late, and for that we sincerely apologise. However we can assure you it’s worth the wait. There’s a lot of good music on this one.

In the past month Hubie Davison’s disco-sampling ‘Sanctified’ finally got a release on Midland’s ReGraded label, and Future Classic have been busy nurturing new psych-pop band World Champion. Kidnap Kid’s channelling a deeper, nigh-Innervisions style to his production and Auntie Flo released one of our albums of the year.

Plus new tracks from HD faves Lorca, Doc Daneeka, Dusky and a whole lot more. It’s a real goodie. And you can take this overdue bundle of joy as purely an appetiser for our Best of 2015 playlist, due to land in a couple of weeks.

All that’s left is for you to press play and for us to wish you a whole load of peace and goodwill this Christmas. Have a good one.

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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, October 2015

This month’s playlist feels very seasonal, very autumn-winter collection. If this were our English GCSE coursework we might even crowbar in a misuse of ‘pathetic fallacy’.

Whatever. There’s some dreamy, horizon-expanding electronica from Thrupence on there, guiding you through a classic Lindstrøm disco remix to the basement sounds of Bicep and George Fitz.

Bumpf over, give it a listen…

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