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tQ’s Exclusive Monthly Round-Up Playlist: March 2022

Here's hours upon hours of the brilliant new music we've covered here at tQ over the last month, compiled into one handy playlist!

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As part of your many, many perks for becoming a Quietus subscriber, we’re compiling a specially-curated, playlist for our readers every month.

Across more than five hours of music, you’ll find pure mania from For Breakfast and Overmono, boundary-pushing new music from 700 Bliss and GAIKA, top-notch psychedelia from Jane Weaver and Melody’s Echo Chamber, the best of the world’s experimental fringes, plus the picks of our jazz, metal, French, Irish, Ukrainian rum music, dance and New Weird Britain and cassette columns, and more!

On top of all that, don’t forget that as a subscriber you also get links to the extra special Albums Of The Year playlist, plus our regular specially curated ‘Organic Intelligence’ playlists, exploring the weirdest and wonderfullest musical niches, from Swedish prog to Latvian Cosmic Pop!

In order to listen to the playlists, you’ll need the link – you can become a Quietus Low Culture or Sound & Vision tier subscriber here. And FYI, the playlist is but one of the perks you could receive as a Quietus Subscriber. Our latest Low Culture podcast features Lias Saoudi of Fat White Family on his love for Legends Of The Fall and is live now, as are heaps of exclusive releases for our Sound & Vision tier members from none other than Sleaford Mods, Better Corners, Alisson Cotton, Siavash Amini Nik Void, Alex Tucker, and GNOD vs JK Flesh, and exclusive essays on The X-Files, why Dean and Gene Ween are the greatest songwriters since Lennon and McCartney, Arthur Brown, why sword and sorcery films deserve your respect, and The Wyrd History of Accrington Stanley FC. More is being announced very soon indeed, and rest assured it’s not to be missed. Access your playlists below the Steady paywall here:

You can access the playlist on Spotify here.

You can access the playlist on Apple Music here.

You can access the playlist on TIDAL here.

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