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Daily Playlist #16

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on 14 May 2015 in Daily Playlist

We have somewhat of a ramshackle assortment of remixes, punk, indie and melancholic rock for you today. Some will make you want to punch the ceiling with unbridled joy for having new music in your life on a Thursday, and others will make you reminisce about that ex-girlfriend that binned you (namely the Twilight Sad track). Either way, there’s some wonderful music at your disposal in today’s Daily Playlist.

First we have Radiohead drummer Philip Selway and his forays in solo work. Ahead of his scheduled appearance at Field Day on June 6, the multi-instrumentalist has revealed The Acid’s recent remix of his track ‘Around Again’. Next, comes Danish four-piece Yung who come from the uber talented Tough Love Records stable. Their track ‘Blanket is our Track of the Day and for good reason – it’s bloody wonderfully chaotic!

There’s the melancholy of The Slow Show (main picture), Quiet Marauder return with their second album in June, so in today’s playlist is their latest song ‘Let Me Get To Know You’ as well as fuzzed-up noise rock band Young Romance return with ‘Never Learn.

Although it probably doesn’t fit right at home with the aforementioned tracks, Jungle’s recent remix of ‘Unstoppable’ with pop juggernaut Lianne La Havas finds itself in today’s list. Also for your enjoyment, we have the fantastic new Twilight Sad track, a rather skittish nautical garage punk offering from The Parrots and Hawk's latest release.

Track of the Day // Yung – ‘Blanket’ (Tough Love Records)

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