Music Monday: March Week 2

Back for another edition of Music Monday, our rundown of the tracks our writers have been listening to over the past week. This time we feature the likes of Erykah Badu, Schoolboy Q, Teedra Moses, Hodge and Black Sabbath.

01. Yuma Zouma – The Brae

“I’ve been enjoying Yuma Zouma’s self-titled latest EP. It’s not really something I’d usually go for but their modern take on a retro pop sound is definitely doing it for me. ” – Chris

02. Black Sabbath – Jack The Stripper/Fairies Wear Boots

“After watching the Classic Album’s documentary (on the BBC iPlayer) on Sabbath’s seminal album Paranoid, I was inspired to go back and listen to it all of the way through. Now I have a new found appreciation for this closing track.” – Chris

03. Teedra Moses – No More Tears

“I’ve pulled out the Complex Simplicity album by Teedra after remembering what a certified classic it is. This has to be my favourite album from any female R&B singer. No More Tears is a highlight on the album for me.” – Luke

04. Schoolboy Q – Prescription

“So I haven’t gone for one of the most obvious tunes on the recent Schoolboy Q album Oxymoron, I’ve picked Prescription because the vibe is just so weird and I really like Schoolboy Q’s melancholic side that he particularly brings to this track.” – Luke

05. Milktray – Hotel

“Milktray is a fighting force in new grime music and this track showcases that statement to the fullest. Reworking Cassidy and R Kelly’s Hotel track Milktray flips this one into a recent grime classic.” – Luke

06. Erykah Badu – On & On

“This tune will never get old. What a voice.” – Alex

07. Bok Bok feat. Kelela – Melba’s Call

“I featured this one on the site a little while ago and it’s been getting a lot of rotation from me since.” – Alex

08. Hodge – Amor Fati

“I’ve been championing Hodge for years now and this latest bit from him is a masterpiece. If for some reason you aren’t aware of him yet or aren’t convinced, this should seal the deal. Listen with good speakers…” – Alex


Luke Pinot

Co-founder of music blog Bass Ache and an active part of Bristol's music scene, Luke manages our mixtape series as well as contributing to other areas of The Daily Street.

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