Weekly Playlist 92
Words by Richard Gifford - Published on March 29, 2013
Weekly Playlist 92 features new music from Gavin James, Little Green Cars, The 1975, Josh Record, Lorde, Phosphorescent, Woodkid and Suuns.
Little Green Cars – Harper Lee
This guy sounds just like Neil Young. Awesome dynamics and they’ve got some serious singing depth within the band.
Josh Record – For Your Love
Dubbed as a mix between Ben Howard and Bon Iver. EP released shortly!
Lorde – Royals
Talented 16 year old laday out of New Zealand. Big ups from Grimes and Diplo. A little Kimbra sounding.
Phosphorescent – Ride On / Right On
Chuck this on and try and sit still, dare ya. The grooviest, happiest song of this year. Loving the whole record.
Suuns – 2020
Hailing from Montreal, Suuns combine weird, clashing notes with subtle synth drops and tight percussion to form some bizarre, yet intriguing soundscapes.
The 1975 – Me
These guys go from shoegaze to punk to electro (some of their stuff sounds like Purity Ring with a male singer). So diverse and talented. All recorded out of Matthew Healy’s bedroom. Definite driving at midnight music.
Gavin James – Carolina
Young Dublin based lad who recently won the Choice Meteor Award (essentially the Irish Mercury Prize), by beating Kodaline, Villagers and The Script. Nice chilled out acoustic number for your Easter weekend.
Woodkid – Run Boy Run
Woodkid’s latest single is epic. The strings are an incredible feature of this entire record. Enjoy to this video of the latest Assassin’s Creed trailer.