Playlist update feat. Christine and the Queens, Winnie Raeder, Porridge Radio etc.

Playlist update feat. Christine and the Queens, Winnie Raeder, Porridge Radio etc.

Hope you're all hanging in there. Here's what's spinning in our home offices in these strange times.

Listen to these and many more excellent songs on our On Repeat-playlist on Spotify, Apple Music, Deezer and YouTube right here (consider hitting follow while you're there).

Four Tet - Baby (Text Records)

  • TOKiMONSTA - Fried for the Night (self-released)
  • Shamir - Tears Fall in Euphoria (self-released)
  • Porridge Radio - Sweet (Secretly Canadian)
  • Alice Boman - Don't Forget About Me (PiAS)
  • Kaitlyn Aurelia Smith - Expanding Electricity (Ghostly)
  • Roll The Dice - Hydra (The New Black)
  • US Girls - 4 American Dollars (4ad)
  • Christine and the Queens - Je disparais dans tes bras (Because Music)
  • Winnie Raeder - Baby (self-released)
  • Johanna Warren - Part of It (Wax Nine).

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