Clocks have gone forward, lighter evenings are here and the trees have exploded with blossom. If that’s not enough to put a smile on your face then perhaps our Mixtape will do the trick?

Aurora – Seed

The etherial Norweigan songstress is back with the second single from her upcoming album. In a step away from the first single, Animal, this track would fit comfortably on one of Florence Welch’s latest projects with it’s explosion of sound!

Marcelle Adriana feat. Monique Amarylis – Switch Up

Triggering memories of crushed velvet and scrunchies, the bouncing beats, rich harmonies and stark production pay perfect homage to the RnB sounds of the ’90s.

The Away Days – Designed

Layers and layers of synths lead this one from Istanbul duo The Away Days, which weaves between stark Alt-J like atmospheres and poppier, Tame Impala anthemic melodies. Definitely one to file next to other lazy summer jams.

Mathew V – Catching Feelings

We’ve certainly caught all the emotions for this uplifting, electro-tinged track which seems to makes the sun come out (in our minds at least).

Nature Of – Middle Of The Morning

Ambient melodies, dreamy vocals and floating riffs will make for a very chilled morning with this track drifting through your speakers.

Alex Bayly – I’ll Never Leave You

Smooth rhythms, vocals of crushed velvet and a tale of hopeless romance, but where’s the chocolates and flowers?

Look Mum No Computer – Groundhog Day

Singer, producer and musical inventor Look Mum No Computer builds synthesizers (amongst other machines), but remove any idea of synth-pop from your brain. This is a punky, Jamie T meets krautrock take on the Bill Murray classic tale.

Hot Chip – Hungry Child

Ahead of new album, A Bath Full Of Ecstasy, on June 21st the boys return with this which to be quite honest is everything we want a HC return single to be and more. Great beats and a banging second half, you will have this on repeat until Glasto.

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