Listen: October Playlist

Discover our latest soundscapes, a unique blend of old and new, with soulful rhythms too good to miss. Let new melodies from the likes of Ezra Collective, Cleo Sol, and Jorja Smith guide you through the changing season, as well as timeless tunes from Inner City, Chaka Khan and The Velvet Underground.

This collection is your companion for autumnal strolls and cosy evenings in, as well as all manner of social agendas. Simply press play, and let the music set the tone this October.

Ezra Collective – Togetherness
Sofia Kourtesis – Madres
Maribou State – Blackoak
Romy – The Sea
Kym Sims – Too Blind to See It
Feist – Borrow Trouble
Chaka Khan – I Feel for You
Jorja Smith – Falling or flying
Cleo Sol – Desire
Romy – She’s On My Mind
Jungle – JOY (Back On 74)
Lack Of Afro – Loving Arms
Echo & the Bunnymen – Lips Like Sugar
Jalen Ngonda – Come Around and Love Me
Sofia Kourtesis – Vajkoczy
David Bowie – Absolute Beginners – 2002 Remaster
Kurd Maverick – In & Out My Life
Inner City – Good Life
Lola Young – Conceited
Jayda G – Blue Lights
The Velvet Underground – Who Loves the Sun – 2015 Remaster
Rayana Jay – Breakfast in Bed
PinkPantheress – Mosquito
Tom John Hall – Fear of Falling (spin up)
Big Thief – Born For Loving You
Nina Simone – My Baby Just Cares For Me – HONNE Remix
Rita & The Tiaras – Gone With The Wind Is My Love
Arctic Monkeys – Only Ones Who Know
Cass Elliot – Didn’t Want To Have To Do It (Ver. 1)
Talking Heads – (Nothing But) Flowers – 2005 Remaster


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