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Human Drizzle: The Playlist, May 2015

May’s playlist heralds the return of Ten Walls and the Chemical Brothers. If you’re not excited about either of these developments, there may not be much we can do for you – but try the remixes from Deetron and András Morning before giving up completely. They’re lovely.


Human Drizzle: The Playlist, April 2015

Spring is here. A time for new beginnings, fresh starts and, most importantly, our April playlist. Jamie xx is on fire, TCTS is becoming a firm favourite, T.Williams has collaborated with MJ Cole, and just listen to the way that Fort Romeau track goes through the gears. The section from 04:20 is something to behold.

We can be no more emphatic than to say that if this playlist were an emoji, it would be 🔥.


Human Drizzle: The Playlist, March 2015

It’s been a varied month on these pages, with easy-on-the-ear efforts from Terje and Goldroom, altogether more serious fare from James Sison and new-look Skream – and two sublime compositions from Jon Hopkins and HNNY. All in all, the perfect warm-up for our next party (tickets here).


Human Drizzle: The Playlist, February 2015

Ah January, what a blast! Not.

Now that the second most miserable month of the year (hello February!) is out of the way, you can wrap your ears around our musical highlights from the last few weeks. Big releases from Ghostly International; new kids on the block Kalyde, Apres and Lxury causing a stir; and there’s that delightful Kolsch remix nestled in there too.

Just as importantly, stay tuned for some exciting announcements from HD HQ soon. We be planning some parties.


Human Drizzle: The Playlist, Best of 2014

Just in time for NYE, we’re delighted to offer up our final playlist of 2014. The finest 40 tracks of the year in one go, for your pleasure. Enjoy.

And a version for Spotify (with a few tracks missing, as ever):


Human Drizzle: The Playlist, July 2014

It’s summer time (for those of us in the Northern Hemisphere; apologies to those 3,745 Australian visitors for our consistently myopic NH perspective). Even more excitingly, the Human Drizzle July playlist is here. It might just be our best ever.

It’s safe to say that the last 30 days have been kind to us, musically at least. Cyril Hahn is up to his usual mischief, Âme have finally released one of the tracks of the year, and Caribou is back with this masterpiece. Sadly Jamie xx has chosen not to release ‘All Under One Roof Raving’ on Soundcloud just yet, but his recent Boiler Room set which closes on it is so good we’ve included the whole thing JUST BECAUSE WE CAN.



Human Drizzle: The Playlist, June 2014

Where do the months go, eh? It was a a rhetorical question, but if you can shed any light on it we are available via the usual channels. Either way, five have gone this year and the June edition of our popular playlist series contains a veritable aural cornucopia, from Ferreck Dawn & Redondo‘s summer banger to the nasty sounds of Moonwalk, via blissed-out summer vibes from Paradise Forum and Moullinex. Jump in.


Human Drizzle: The Playlist, May 2014

This month’s Human Drizzle playlist is here and it is, to quote your man Geoffrey Chaucer, “as fresh as is the month of May.” This edition is an especially carefree affair, and it’s the perfect thing to get you in the mood for the bank holiday weekend and, more importantly, for Human Drizzle Presents at Canavan’s in Peckham on Friday 9th May. You could not come, but we’d advise against it. Check it out on Facebook and book your tickets via Resident Advisor.


Human Drizzle: The Playlist, March 2014

As the UK basks in an early heatwave, it’s time for a new HD playlist. Opening on a lively note as ever, the mood gets a little darker later on – and we think it’s the perfect soundtrack to your March. Listen out for gems from Aquilo, Toyboy & Robin and Kidnap Kid, and let us know what you think over on Twitter (please note other social media platforms are available).


Human Drizzle: The Playlist, February 2014

Tonight heralds the first Human Drizzle Presents of 2014 (tickets here). What better way to celebrate than with our monthly playlist?

It features several notable remixes, from tonight’s headliners Panda and HDP alumnus Ben Gomori to Ejeca, who proves that there is always room for another ‘Show Me Love’ rework.

All in all it’s a fine collection of tunes to kickstart your weekend. Wherever you are, you just enjoy it, OK?

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