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MUSIC OF THE MONTH – SEPTEMBER 2017

My bangers of 2017 playlist is getting pretty larger there’s only a few more Music of the Month posts left of the year.

Before taking a look at my top picks for September’s new releases, catch up on August’s post.

Provider – Frank Ocean

As I say in every addition, every Frank Ocean track is a gift to us for the wait between Channel: Orange and Blonde.

In truth Frank doesn’t need autotune to these levels, but that’s what sets Provider apart.

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New Music of the Month – April 2017

Get ready for a bumper edition of New Music of the Month! There have been loads of amazing new tracks released the last couple of weeks and there’s no better place to catch them all than right here!

 Check out March’s new music here.

Crowded Places – Banks

This stripped back track from Banks (say that four times fast) is the anti-thesis to songs like ‘Brain’ which we know her so well for. This song is built to chill too, but it feels like such a ‘real’ and tough track. Continue Reading →

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New Music of the Month – March 2017

It’s that time once again, 2017 is flying by. We’re a quarter of the way through, that’s very unnerving!

This month one of my favourite artists made her return. That alone made this an amazing month for music.

Catch up on February’s music here.

Green Light – Lorde

There’s no surprise with this being the first featured. Rather than go on about this song for the millionth time, I’ll leave the link to my dedicated post on this track.

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New Music of the Month – February 2017

February has been a fantastic month for music, with comebacks from two pop queens, Gaga’s superbowl performances, and 2 British lads dropping incredible debut albums!

Catch up on January’s New Music of the Month here.

(No One Knows me) Like The Piano – Sampha

Sampha’s debut album is amazing. No filler, no inconsistency, no weak links. This heartfelt song about the piano in his late mother’s house will leave you with a serious case of feelings, it’s possible someone is chopping onions near you right now.

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