FEATURE: The August Playlist: Vol. 3

FEATURE:

 

The August Playlist: Vol. 3  MUSICMUSINGSANDSUCH  

The August Playlist: Vol. 3

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THE talk this weekend will naturally revolve…

around Frank Ocean and his as-yet-untitled-no-idea-when-it-will-drop album. His visual release, Endless, came out yesterday and was met with generally favourable reviews. Muddled and long in places, yet filled with great moments: it provided a real glimmer of light and tantilisation for his new, traditional album. That will be with us shortly, but in the third part of this August feature, let’s have a look at other songs and acts out there. All these tracks are either out or will be out in the form of albums in the coming weeks – a few sneaky peaks into early-September and the musicians who will be unveiling new work then. With a rainy and traditional British day upon us: what better excuse than discovers some great new music…

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BANKSMind Games

 

 

MousesGreen

 

 

Fat White FamilyBreaking Into Aldi

 

 

PixiesTalent

 

 

Crystal CastlesFleece

 

 

Stormzy Birthday Girl

 

 

John Paul WhiteWhat’s So

 

 

Ed HarcourtDionysus

 

 

The Veils Low Lays the Devil

 

 

Cass McCombs – Opposite House

 

 

Lydia Loveless  Longer

 

 

ScientistsBet Ya Lyin’

 

 

Lisa Hannigan  Fall

 

 

Ages and AgesThey Want More

 

 

BaysidePretty Vacant

 

 

Glass Animals Youth

 

 

Beach BabyU R

 

 

The Divine ComedyCatherine the Great

 

 

Zomby Her

 

 

Helms AleeUntoxicated

 

 

The Album Leaf Between Waves

 

 

Cassius (ft. Cat Power)Feel Like Me

 

 

September promises some bumper releases and who knows what singles will be revealed prior to that? It has been a productive and exceptional last month for music and so many terrific songs have made their way to us. Frank Ocean is creating waves and whatever comes, it is sure to be met with a flurry of fevered praise and excitable proffering. The weather is pretty unpredictable and harsh so it is a great time to close the window and surrender to some of August’s finest new tracks.

 

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