Listen: June 2020 Playlist

If the summer solstice signals the height of summer, our June Playlist is already there. While far-away destinations are off-limits, our latest musical line-up is guaranteed to transport you to paradise, even if you’re soaking up the sun within the comfort of your home. New favourites from Khruangbin and HAIM blend neatly into the dream-like, hazy sounds of José Feliciano, Shuggie Otis and the woefully overlooked early ‘70s funk group Cymande. And when things begin to heat up, skip ahead to upbeat Afrobeat tracks from Manu Dibango, the cult reggae duo Althea and Donna, and Dawn Penn’s dancehall masterpiece “You Don’t Love Me (No, No, No)” to soundtrack the long, hot summer.

So We Won’t Forget – Khruangbin
I Know Alone – HAIM
King Prawn the 1st – Spang Sisters
To the Boys – Molly Burch
Your Love Makes Me a Winner – Arian
Time for a Change – Benita
Anchi Bale Game – Admas
Home – Caribou
Cheer Up, My Brother – HNNY
In – Grawl!x
Be Thankful for What You Got (Pt. 1 & Pt. 2) – William DeVaughn
Turn On, Tune In, Cop Out – Freak Power
West Coast Poplock – Ronnie Hudson
Ivory – Kio Amachree
Don’t Turn It Off (Greg Wilson Edit) – 40 Thieves ft. Qzen
We Will Always Love You – The Avalanches ft. Blood Orange
Willy’s Headache – Cymande
Dream Baby Dream – Suicide
Inspiration Information – Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings
You Don’t Love Me (No, No, No) – Dawn Penn
Uptown Top Ranking – Althea And Donna
Tek Time – Manu Dibango
Kilimanjaro – Letta Mbulu
You Got Me Dancing (Joey Negro Edit) – Full Body
Ain’t No Stopping Us Now – Risco Connection
Love Is the Message – MFSB
Hello Sunday! Hello Road! – Gil Scott-Heron & Brian Jackson
Expansions – Lonnie Liston Smith and the Cosmic Echoes
California Dreamin’ – José Feliciano



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