FEATURE: The August Playlist: Vol. 2

FEATURE:

 

MUSICMUSINGSANDSUCH THE AUGUST PLAYLIST vol. 2  

The August Playlist: Vol. 2

 

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 THE past couple of weeks has seen many great albums…

arrive- many more are coming up; it is an exciting time for music. After the nominations for the Mercury Prize was announced: many have been speculating who will win and which artists are in the running. Not to distract ourselves from the other wonderful albums around: it is worth having a look at the musicians that have, and will be defining, the month of August. In the second playlist: I have been collating cuts from August’s albums; those we can look forward to in the coming days – ending with a little sneak ahead to September…

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SIDE-A: The Best From August

 

Green DayBang Bang

 

 

SlavesSpit It Out

 

 

The White Stripes- City Lights

 

 

Ed HarcourtLast of Your Kind

 

 

Daniel WilsonWedding Daze

 

 

Liv DawsonStill

 

 

Luna BayColours

 

 

Johnny Sands– A Friend

 

 

Blind PilotUmpqua Rushing

 

 

De La Soul (ft. Little Dragon)Drawn

 

 

Savior AdoreLovers Wake

 

 

The Pack A.D.Fair Enough

 

 

Slow ClubAncient Rolling Sea

 

 

of MontrealLet’s Relate

 

 

GiggsOf Course

 

 

Moose BloodHoney

 

 

Thee Oh SeesPlastic Plant

 

 

NAOGet To Know Ya

 

 

Gucci ManeFirst Day Out Tha Feds

 

 

LakutaBata Boy

 

 

PartyNextDoorCome and See Me

 


SiaBird Set Free

 

 

Crystal CastlesChar

 

 

Blood OrangeAugustine

 

 

Britney Spears (ft. G-Eazy)Make Me…

 

 

Factory FloorYa

 

 

The Veils (ft. Eli-P)Axolotl

 

 

Justice Safe and Sound

 

 

Regina SpektorSmall Bill$

 

 

SIDE-B: A Sneak of September…

 

Glass AnimalsLife Itself

 

 

M.I.A.Bird Song

 

 

Such a banquet and feast of great music: September promises even more treasures and wonder. I shall keep you informed of any updates but have a look at the playlist and any I have missed; let me know and I will add them on. It is great to watch some incredible music drop and delight: 2016 has been a magnificent year for mainstream music and there is no slowing in sight.

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