POP CULTURE

Pulp Lab Playlist // March 2018


By John-Paul Shiver

Typically, March is the month where “fashionable” musicians, techies and the media descend upon Austin, Texas for ten days of networking over Shiner Bock and breakfast tacos. Southby (aka SXSW) is the rare occasion where bands are either coming off of or just beginning a tour schedule. For artists from other countries, Austin in March is their first landing spot in the states.  The yearly event sets in motion what the music landscape could look like.

Yazmin Lacey, a Nottingham-based singer, tops our March Playlist with her unposed and beautifully laxed single 90 Degrees. In her words:

“’90 Degrees’ is about that time of the day/night when there’s a shift in pace and energy. When you decide to lock off from the ‘outside’ world and create your own atmosphere, take some time to give thanks for what’s breathing love into your life and smoke off the fuckeries. Everyone needs a little routine for self-preservation.”

Here is your March Pulp Lab Playlist:

90 Degrees/Yazmin Lacey
Acting/Ariel Pink(Feat Dam-Funk)
Defensive Play/Pursuit Grooves/Felt Armour
Starting Today/Joe Armon-Jones
Today Tonight/Totally Mild/Her
Now That I Know/Space Invadas
Pastor Tiagallo/Phonte/No News Is Good News
Funk Forever/The Pendletons
Looking Up/Dave Aju Remix/dOP
Baby Luv/NiluferYanya
What a Time To Be Alive/Superchunk
Savage Coast/No Kind Of Rider
No Going Back/Yuno
Wait In The Car/The Breeders
I Wonder If I Take You Home/Meshell Ndegeocello
Studio Pimp/Kerem Akdag
Border Girl/Young Fathers/Cocoa Sugar
Bass Playa/MeatBeatManifesto
Breathplay/Quiet Friend
Source/Maxwell Owin Remix/Nubya Garcia
Dance to Yemanja/Neue Grafik/Rhythm Section International

Pulp Lab Playlist // March 2018
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