Spotify & Deezer playlists updated

Spotify & Deezer playlists updated

Time for one of our infrequent updates of our curated playlists on Spotify & Deezer. We've thrown in a few new releases of our own too.

If you dig our selections chances are good you'll enjoy our future adds so be sure to follow the playlists.

This week's additions:

  • "Twentynine Palms ft. Sharon Van Etten" by Carter Tanton (Western Vinyl)
  • "Crab Day" by Cate Le Bon (Turnstile Music)
  • "Vertigo Flowers" by Nothing (Relapse Records)
  • "Dark Skies" by Emma Pollock (Chemikal Underground)
  • "Tinfoil Deathstar" by Fat White Family (Without Consent)
  • "Life Itself" by Glass Animals (Wolftone Records)
  • "Female Vampire" by Jenny Hval (Sacred Bones)
  • "To Have You Back" by Tourist (Monday Records)
  • "Full of Knots" by EXEC (Tambourhinoceros)
  • "Last Confession" by Værket (Escho)

Stream the full playlist here.

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