Selections: Girlpool.

Listen to an exclusive Spotify playlist curated by the LA punk duo featuring Jeremih, Jay Som, Charli XCX, Warehouse and more

Selections: Spoek Mathambo.

The Soweto visionary captures a wide fusion of sounds in this Spotify playlist exclusively curated for Crack Magazine

Selections: Homeshake.

The Montreal singer-songwriter curates this Spotify playlist exclusively for Crack Magazine

Selections: Car Seat Headrest.

Welcome to Selections – a series of Spotify playlists with no specific theme or angle,…

Selections: Carla dal Forno.

Typically hypnotising choices from the Melbourne experimentalist in this Spotify playlist curated exclusively for Crack Magazine

Selections: Hannah Faith.

The photographer and selector picks out 19 tracks featuring Frank Ocean, Earth Wind & Fire, Erykah Badu and more

Selections: Swing Ting.

The residents of the Manchester party collective – Platt, Joey B, Fox, Murlo and Samrai – curate this lively Spotify playlist exclusively for Crack Magazine

Selections: Mark Lanegan.

Listen to an exclusive Spotify playlist curated by the genre polymath featuring New Order, Terry Riley, Cocteau Twins and The Rapture

Listen: Daniel Lanois – An Introduction.

The prolific producer and instrumentalist will perform a solo instrumental set at KOKO later this month as part of Convergence Festival

April 2016 Playlist.

Kicking off with A. K. Paul’s futuristic Landcruisin’, this month’s playlist sees Young Thug produce some top tier slime and Sonic Youth members return

March 2016 Playlist.

Who remembers life before The Life of Pablo? Did the Daily Mail know who Young…

February 2016 Playlist.

At the time of writing, Young Thug and Future are being rude to each other…

December 2015 Playlist: EOTY Special.

Our latest playlist is compiled entirely from our top 100 albums and our 50 favourite tracks of 2015

November 2015 Playlist.

20 new tracks we want you to hear

October 2015 Playlist.

Choosing the right music at any social gathering can be nerve-wracking. As your quivering hands…

September 2015 Playlist.

Heard the new Libertines new album? Does it give you a bittersweet pang of nostalgia for the good old days? Or do you just think it’s a massive crock of shit?