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Weekly Playlist 91

Words by Richard Gifford - Published on March 16, 2013

Weekly Playlist 91 features new music from The 1975, Indians, Haerts, Kodaline, Bastille, Jacco Gardner, Parquet Courts and Harts.

The 1975 – Chocolate

Funk city and a translator required. Manchester lads just been opening for TDCC in Europe. Lovin it.

Indians – New

Copenhagen crew Indians have released an insane debut record and this is the opening track. Catchy hooks and is the ultimate mellower if those #firstworldproblems are getting too much!

Haerts – Wings

St Lucia’s produced and collaborated on this album. You do the math. Sounds like a Fleetwood Mac and St Lucia baby. Something that Jean-Philip probably wouldn’t object to.

Kodaline – All I Want

Marco put me onto these guys ages ago, but it took ages to click. Amazingly rich and emotive sound. Filmclip will get you going as well.

Bastille – Pompeii

Absolutely infectious. I never thought I’d say this before Cloud Control came out, but this is the perfect mix of tribal and indie… Drums into the pre-chorus. Mm shit.

Jacco Gardner – Clear The Air

For everyone who’s loving the late 60s/early 70s revival that seems to be happening at the moment. Happy hippy music. Syd Barrett-era Pink Floyd anyone?

Parquet Courts – Borrowed Time

After a stellar debut album at the end of last year, Parquet Courts are one to watch in 2013. If you want to know why, check out “Borrowed Time”. By Hadley Hickson

Harts – The Music

I know right, two artists called Harts in the same weekly playlist? Anyway, this one is quite different from the former. This Melbourne based one piece has recently released a killer EP called Offtime and is gracing Brisbane’s stages this Thursday at Alhambra Lounge. Stay tuned for our live interview and acoustic performance with him!
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=77Rj6nmePZ0

A passionate music enthusiast who unashamedly knows every word to "Wham Rap". Loves guitar, travel and the idea of graduating uni.

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