Weekly Playlist 9: Apple

A mix of older and new tracks with a lot of electronica this week. ANOHNI has teamed up with the South African artist, Nakhane for New Brighton, a soaring, thumping song. James Blake is also back with an album of love songs, of which Cant Believe The Way We Flow is my favourite, and finishing up, a track from last year, bringing together a Moses Sumney and Sufjan Stevens. Along the way, the inimitable sound of the Paul brothers on a Nao (this time producer AK Paul) and a new track from Beirut’s forthcoming album.


1. New Brighton by Nakhane feat. ANOHNI
2. The Apple by V V Brown
3. So Good by Nao feat. A. K. Paul
4. Can’t Believe the Way We Flow by James Blake
5. Por Qué? by Eduardo Mateo
6. Oxide by Ralph Alessi, Ravi Coltrane, Andy Milne, Drew Gress & Mark Ferber
7. Knock Me off My Feet by SOAK
8. Landslide by Beirut
9. Imbalance by Julia Kent
10. Make Out in My Car (Sufjan Stevens Version) by Moses Sumney & Sufjan Stevens


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Impossible Soul Weekly Playlist 1

As the title suggests, I expect to update this every Monday. I’ll aim to get it ready for a Monday morning (which I didn’t manage this week. Sorry).

Included this week is one song from the Phosphorescent album I wrote about last week, and a couple of excellent returns to form from Macy Gray and John Grant. I’ve included Sufjan Stevens’s Christmas song from this year (I know it’s a bit early, but bonfire night’s passed now, and there’s nothing else to be excited about is there?) and finished off with an outstanding track from Bob Dylans’s outtakes from the Blood on the Tracks sessions.


1. New Birth in New England by Phosphorescent
2. Over You by Macy Gray
3. Harlem Anthem by A$AP Ferg
4. Love Is Magic by John Grant
5. Underwater by RÜFÜS DU SOL
6. Lonely Man of Winter by Sufjan Stevens
7. thank u, next by Ariana Grande
8. No Doubt by Braxton Cook
9. Love In the Time of Lexapro by Oneohtrix Point Never
10. You’re a Big Girl Now (Take 2) by Bob Dylan

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