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Podcast: The new music that got us through April

Podcast: The new music that got us through April

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At the end of the month on the site, I share my favourite songs of the previous month as you can see for April here. As we don’t cover new music every week on the podcast (anymore), this week’s episode delves into the albums and songs that got Andrea and myself through April.

Albums from Dry Cleaning, Floating Points & Pharoah Sanders along with songs from Self-Esteem, Kojaque, J Smith, Orla Gartland and Beabadoobee get a look in and we also discuss the movies, TV, books and podcasts we’re enjoying.

We also give updates on recent topics we’ve covered including the Grammys, Spotify and the return of live music and the piloting of events in the UK.

Albums:

Dry Cleaning – New Long Leg

Floating Points & Pharoah Sanders – Promises

Songs:

Kojaque – Town’s Dead

J Smith – Blood Orange

Beabadoobee – Last Day On Earth

Self Esteem – I Do This All The Time

Orla Gartland – Zombie!

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