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  1. Clipping - Say The Name
  2. IDLES - Reigns
  3. Nadine Shah - Walk
  4. IDLES - Model Village
  5. Jehnny Beth - We Will Sin Together
  6. IDLES - Carcinogenic
  7. Doves - Prisoners
  8. Hallan - Modern England
  9. Squarepusher - The Paris Track
  10. Sylvan Esso - Ferris Wheel
  11. Everything Everything - Violent Sun
  12. Bring Me The Horizon feat. YUNGBLUD - Obey
  13. Nas feat. Hit-Boy - Ultra Black
  14. Osees - If I Had My Way
  15. Master KG feat. Nomcebo Zikode and Burna Boy - Jerusalema (Remix)
  16. Billy Nomates - No
  17. Greentea Peng - Hu Man
  18. Pan Amsterdam feat. Guts - Carrot Cake
  19. Nines feat. Tiggs Da Author - NIC
  20. Gorillaz feat. Robert Smith - Strange Times
  21. London Grammar - Baby It’s You
  22. Machinedrum feat. Freddie Gibbs - Kane Train
  23. Swarmz feat. Krept & Konan and Bandokay - How Do You Want It
  24. Poppy Ajudha - Watermelon Man (Under The Sun)
  25. Sampa The Great feat. Krown - Time's Up
  26. Nubiyan Twist feat. Ego Ella May - 24-7
  27. Temples - Paraphernalia
  28. David Guetta and Sia - Let’s Love
  29. The Magic Gang - Make Time For Change
  30. Calvin Harris feat. The Weeknd - Over Now
  31. Madison Beer - Baby
  32. Marshmello feat. Demi Lovato - OK Not To Be OK
  33. Yard Act - The Trapper’s Pelts
  34. Declan McKenna - Daniel, You’re Still A Child
  35. Koffee - Pressure
  36. Rudimental feat. Anne-Marie and Tion Wayne - Come Over
  37. Biig Piig - Don’t Turn Around
  38. The Go! Team - Cookie Scene
  39. Arlo Parks - Hurt
  40. Laura Veirs - Burn Too Bright
  41. Roisin Murphy - Something More
  42. Yard Act - Fixer Upper
  43. Headie One feat. AJ Tracey and Stormzy - Ain’t It Different
  44. beabadoobee - Care
  45. Marie Davidson and L'Oeil Nu - Renegade Breakdown
  46. Travis Scott - The Plan (from ‘Tenet’)
  47. Sports Team - Camel Crew
  48. Tina - Golden Rope
  49. Actress feat. Sampha - Walking Flames
  50. Nubya Garcia feat. Ms MAURICE, Cassie Kinoshi and Richie Seivwright - Source
  51. Aitch - Safe To Say
  52. Slowthai - BB (Bodybag)
  53. Drake feat. Lil Durk - Laugh Now Cry Later
  54. New Order - Be A Rebel
  55. A$AP Ferg feat. Tyga - Dennis Rodman

    RETRO SECTION (songs from before September 2019)
  56. Bombay Rockers - Sexy Mama (2004)
  57. Amine feat. Injury Reserve - Campfire (2018)
  58. Mild High Club - Homage (2016)
  59. Athlete - Out Of Nowhere (2003)
  60. Easy Life - Nightmares (2018)
  61. Machinedrum feat. Rosie Lowe - What Is This (2017)
  62. Enigma - Mea Culpa (1990)
  63. Pantera - Cowboys From Hell (1990)
  64. Pixies - Gouge Away (1989)
  65. A Tribe Called Quest - Push It Along (1990)
  66. BONUS: The Singing Critic - 13 Going On 30 (a review of the Jennifer Garner / Mark Ruffalo film) (2011)

This week:
  • *IDLES get three tracks in from their new album Ultra Mono
  • *Clipping tops the playlist with some fantastic horror inspired hip hop
  • *Hallan showcase a cynical view of today's England in their new punk rock song
  • *Sylvan Esso return with a blocky pop tune. Reminds me of Georgia a fair bit.
  • *Bring Me The Horizon and YUNGBLUD team up for a dystopian burst of rage. There's some synths thrown it that are reminiscent of the ones The Prodigy have used.
  • *Nas brings unity to the world with a nice piano sample and lyrics celebrating black culture
  • *Osees are back with a psychedelic style of garage rock
  • *Greentea Peng brings the jazz lounge to our speakers
  • *Pan Amsterdam makes word sandwiches upon word sandwiches with a lot of charm over a chill beat.
  • *Machinedrum crafts a beat with some drum and bass elements thrown in. A brass sample keeps coming in and Freddie Gibbs comes through with great flows.
  • *Robert Smith of The Cure comes back to collaborate with Gorillaz on their new song Strange Timez,in which they look at hectic state of the world today. The menacing pianos were a fantastic addition.
  • *Swarmz' new song is an afrobashment earworm. Even with the questionable Sabrina line in Konan's verse, the bragging fits the upbeat tone of the song, along with a good sample of Soul II Soul's Back To Life.
  • *There's more chilled stuff, and it comes from the pleasant sounds of Nubiyan Twist
  • *Temples add some disco elements to their style of psychedelic rock.
  • *David Guetta and Calvin Harris move away from EDM and opt for a more 80's influenced style. The latter has already done so with his Funk Wav Bounces album, and Guetta previously dived into that style on Flames (which also had Sia in it).
  • *Marshmello and Demi give advice to those struggling with depression on OK Not To Be OK. The song comes to an abrupt stop, but it was a very good look into mental heath.
  • *Koffee shifts from afrobashment to a more traditional reggae sound on Pressure.
  • *Rudimental produces a UK garage throwback
  • *beabadoobee's Care sounds like a late 90's indie rock hit.

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