• March Playlist
  • Posted 33 months ago by Jack Lowe · music · 7088 Views
  • To bring in spring with a bang we've put together our March playlist, featuring Perfume Genius, Wild Nothing, Jessie Ware, NZCA/LINES and loads of other great bands and musicians.

    If you've subscribed to our playlist before you don't need to do anything, just open up Spotify and the new March playlist will have replaced February's. If you're new to all this and have access to Spotify, click the "listen and subscribe" link below. If you're in a country where Spotify is not yet available, for now you will have to buy or search for the songs elsewhere.

    Listen and subscribe!

    Track Listing

    Jessie Ware – Running
    White Car – Now We Continue
    Wild Nothing – Wait
    Beach Fossils – Shallow
    Zulu Winter – We Should Be Swimming
    Grimes – Genesis
    Dustin Wong – Pink Diamond
    NZCA/LINES – Okinawa Channels
    Perfume Genius – 17
    Soko – First Love Never Diev
    Jack White – Love Interruption
    Willis Earl Beal – Evening’s Kiss

    Listen and subscribe!

    • Nice, but dont delete the February one! why replace it instead of making a new one?
    • Fayad Posted 33 months ago · 1 Reply
    • shame for us that can't use spotify...
    • sh Posted 32 months ago · 9 Reply
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