YMR’s Weekly Spotify Playlist is our regularly updated goodness that features tracks we’re playing and tracks we’ve posted all hot off of the press. This week’s fix of glorious candy is from Plastic Plates, Lady Gaga, EDX, Nora En Pure, Amtrac, Crystal Fighters + more.
We continue with Spotify’s curated playlists celebrating some of the world’s best female artists for Women’s History Month. Their curated Women of R&B playlist is a 5 1/2 hr selection featuring tracks from En Vogue, Alicia Keys, Chaka Khan and more.
International Women’s Day is celebrated annually on 8th March and has been since the early 1900′s. It is a time when thousands of events are held throughout the world to inspire women and celebrate achievements.
We continue with Spotify’s curated playlists celebrating some of the world’s best female artists for Women’s History Month. Their curated Women of Electronic Playlist is a 91 track selection featuring tracks from Nora En Pure, NERVO, TOKiMONSTA and more.
The Aston Shuffle are going from strength to strength at the moment and new track ‘Pass You By’ out on The Magician’s label Potion is another delicious slice of house to dine on this week.
For Women’s History Month, Spotify have dropped a series of quite splendid playlists celebrating some of the world’s best female artists. Their curated Women Who DJ Playlist is a 93 track selection featuring some killer tracks from Maya Jane Coles, Nina Kraviz, The Black Madonna and more.
The Aston Shuffle have dropped another monster mix here as part of their recently launched mix series Only 100s. January’s edition features some fire from Pnau, Jax Jones, DJ Snake and many more.
We’ve recently discovered some YMR mixes that were previously thought lost. This one harks back to our time in Los Angeles and embodies everything that we were listening to at that time back in 2012, including audio silk from Nina Kraviz and many more.
Celebrate Australia Day with Australian talent! Listen to 100 Aussie artists in our Australian Made Spotify playlist for 2017.
This time of year is choc full of retrospective playlists and articles. We’re looking forwards into next year and not back into 2016 with our YMR Watch List for 2017.
2016 has been a mother of a year in terms of decreasing the outstanding music artists we have on this planet. The likes of David Bowie, Prince, Leonard Cohen and more have been taken from us and with it goes every track that they’ll never give us again.
Come on, you didn’t think we’d let an opportunity for a little Saint Nick kind of playlist pass us by on Christmas day? Slap on this 120 track festive collection of tunes and slice away at the turkey.
The Aston Shuffle have dropped a fire fuelled mix here as part of their brand new and just launched mix series Only 100s. This is an extra special 2016 Best-of edition featuring their top picks of the year from on-air, in clubs, and the road. 16 tracks of gold!!!
So Virgin Magnetic Material has just dropped this sensational mixtape and it is an absolute stellar mix featuring The Pixies, Depeche Mode, Massive Attack, Faith No More….and more.
It’s officially the first day of Summer in Australia and we want to help you kick start the heat with Your Music Radar’s new Ocean Drive playlist featuring over 100 tracks and some absolute classic remixes from the likes of Goldroom, Duke Dumont, Fred Falke, Plastic Plates, Moon Boots, Aeroplane, JackLNDN, Satin Jackets, KLP, The...
Tchami has dropped a sensational debut Essential Mix for Radio 1 and to say that this 40 track, 2 hour set of goodness is outstanding is an understatement. There’s gems a’plenty on this one and it is a must listen.
We are proud to present EDX’s freshly dropped No Xcuses Podcast 292 featuring some golden house wonders from the likes of Michael Calfan, Jax Jones, Bruchi and more.
It has been just over two years since Maurizio Colella, aka. Swiss-based house music don, EDX dipped his toes in the waters of YMR. He’s now back with here with us on Edition 274 of his No Xcuses Podcast.
SXSW is upon us yet again this week and if you need any tips on who you should be seeing and listening to whilst you are kicking back with the Lone Stars, multiple sliders, kilo’s of BBQ meat and anything else you can consume, look no further.
Yes! YMR is 5 years old!!! It’s no mean feat running a music site for 5 years and in the process we have and continue to meet some amazing people and friends along the way. Here’s to another 5 years and here’s to you!
Swahili Blonde has dropped a new solo album with And Only The Melody Was Real and to celebrate it we have a special playlist put together by Nicole Turley.
Once again, it is that time of the year when we dig deep into the future and predict the artists that will be blipping away on your music radars in 2016.
It is easier said, than done, when it comes to putting together your favourite tracks of 2015. There have been many tracks this year that have whet our appetites and what a year it has been.
In anticipation of Jenny Gillespie’s new album Cure For Dreaming, set to be released January 2016, Jenny has dropped in on us with a guest playlist for YMR.
It is that time of year where all of the new music goes out of the window and the old stuff bubbles up to the surface in retrospective playlists of the year.
We are heading closer to New Year Celebrations and if you know what’s good for you, you’ll be looking forward to sweating into 2016 at the Sweat It Out New Year’s Day Pool Party at The Ivy in Sydney with Bag Raiders, Yolanda Be Cool, Cassian, Go Freek, Danny T, Frames and Porsches.
The Spotify Spotlight on 2016 list for Australia and New Zealand features artists Meg Mac, Kita Alexander, Safia, Eves the Behavior, Thomston, and Vancouver Sleep Clinic and more.
In celebration of Matoma’s new album ‘Hakuna Matoma’ and his Australian tour, we have a 15 track mix of tropical house, hip hop and more from this glorious Norwegian artist.
Here’s a playlist that’s perfect for whatever shennagins you have planned for the night of October 31st. It features some predictable and not so predictable tracks that we’re playing to get us in the mood for some pumpkin action.
Hit up the Spotify Top 100 of glorious online streamed tracks. This playlist features the Top 100 tracks currently on Spotify right this very second.
Here’s another fine Guest YMR Playlist. This time it comes to us fully furnished by The Rooks.
SWIMM have dropped us a guest playlist and it’s a 90s R&B one that is absolutely golden. We’ve been hearing a lot of 90s R&B originals and influenced tracks at the moment and with the sun soaring across the states, it is no wonder. Bravo SWIMM on a delicious selection of treats.
The KickDrums have furnished us with a guest playlist of ten tracks of excellence from the likes of Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Radiohead, Beastie Boys and more.
Ace Reporter has dropped a sensational acoustic cover of the classic INXS track “I Need You Tonight” and to accompany it they’ve fired up a Guest YMR Playlist of some of their favourite tracks and influences from Down Under.
The very excellent Tyle Lyle has graced us with a Spotify YMR Guest Playlist featuring a delectable selection of 15 tracks from the likes of Paul Simon, Colin Hay, alt-J, The Flaming Lips and more.
OK!! We’re hitting you up with our new YMR Radio station which is a 24/7 online streaming radio station of gems from artists and bands we reckon you should be hearing.
4B & Mija dropped a sensational 1hr mix for Diplo & Friends on BBC1 Radio 1XTRA and it turns out their 22nd March monster was a perfect birthday present for me!
UK house duo 99 souls have dropped an exclusive guest mix for Pete Tong and this 30 minute mix is our cup of tea featuring tracks from Duke Dumont, MK, Ruffneck, Bontan, Julio Bashmore, Sander Kleinenberg and 99 Souls. Lap this one up!!!
Your Music Radar is choc full of banging tunes, top tracks and amazing remixes. However, we don’t always listen to new stuff and we often do saturate ourselves in tracks of 100 BPMs or less. You know we’re eclectic at the best of times but this playlist might be our most eclectic and chilled yet....
12 months is a short amount of time when you are waiting for SXSW to come around. It’s here again and whilst we don’t reckon it’s as strong a line up as previous years, we still think that there are a good number of up and comers you should be getting your band seeing boots...