Listen: July 2021 Playlist

July signals the height of summer and warrants a soundtrack to encourage a sense of freedom, both day and night. For the month ahead, we’ve pulled together seasonal classics, think signatures from Martha Reeves & The Vandellas and TLC – those songs that always bring a sense of solace. We’ve also weaved in contemporary sounds suited to lighthearted moments, including fresh favourites from Jessie Ware, Joy Crookes, Laura Marling, and Lorde – just to name a few. So whether you’re seeking tracks to set a positive tone at social gatherings or to unwind with on sunny afternoons, this is a playlist to inspire a carefree month of July.

Natural Fools – Maribou State
Feet Don’t Fail Me Now – Joy Crookes
Lowdown – Boz Scaggs
You Can Call Me Al – Paul Simon
Family – Jordan Rakei
(Love Is Like A) Heat Wave – Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
We Cannot Resist – LUMP, Laura Marling, Mike Lindsay
All I Need – Kraak & Smaak, iogi
Vanilla Honey – Tash Sultana
So Simpatico – Villagers
Love Will Work It Out – Durand Jones & The Indications, Aran Frazer
Run The Road – Santigold
Miel – November Ultra
Band Of Gold (Single Mix) – Freda Payne
Water Brother – Don Sebesky
100% Pure Love – Crystal Waters
Solar Power – Lorde
Disco Pantz – Rejje Snow, Tinashe, grouptherapy
How Can I Make It OK? – Wolf Alice
Summer Son – Texas
Hot N Heavy – Jessie Ware

I Can’t Wait Until I See My Baby – Dusty Springfield
24k – Tkay Maidza
Stay Open – Cecile Believe
Oh No – Biig Piig
Crimson and Clover – A.G. Cook
Talk About It – Jungle
Born 2 Die – Prince
Love Me For Real – Rim Kwaku Obeng, KASA
Waterfalls – TLC
Bitter Streets – SAULT



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