Beware the Ides of March they say, but Caesar would’ve at least had a good send off if the party soundtrack had been this month’s brand new, hand picked playlist. Talk about something for everyone: indie sweethearts Blossoms are back with I Can’t Stand It, Moby returns with a new album Everything Was Beautiful And Nothing Hurt from which you can hear the austere Welcome To Hard Times, Young Fathers grind it out on Toy, whilst Leeds own Black Moth give us the smouldering grunge of Buried Hoards from their new outing Anatomical Venus.
Punker? There’s new stuff from The Dwarves, Turbonegro and Cabbage. Old indie head? Check out stuff from The Breeders, Buffalo Tom and Dinosaur Jr. Hip Hop? Got Wale for you. Synth Pop? Watch Clark and Rodney Cromwell, front and centre. Britpop? Embrace are back with the partying like it’s 1997 Love Is A Basic Need. Normal pop? Tracey Thorn’s Air is a collaboration with Shura, who was in the upper reaches of 2016’s Top 40 herself.
You can listen to all 23 tracks here.