Greedy for December

04/01/21Listen To Our Latest Monthly Selection Of Extraordinary Tracks From Far And Wide

Happy new year y'all and we sincerely hope it will be! But before we close the books on 2020, we would like to share our latest Spotify selection of extraordinary tracks from far and wide for the month of December. If you didn't know, each month we select 20 standout tracks that made a lasting impression on us for you to enjoy. 

Our "Greedy for December" playlist is insanely dense with superb productions by Tel Aviv's Hoodna Orchestra, Turkey's iconic psych-rock pioneers Moğollar, Hamburg's equally psych-heavy Tetrao Urogallus, Haitian roots band Chouk Bwa and Belgian production duo The Ångströmers, Les Mamans du Congo and French producer Rrobin, afrodelic grooves by Germany's Fred Red, Matthias Hetzer and Bernhard Hollinger, refreching cumbia by Japan's Mumbia y su Candelosos, Andalusian bassperiments by Califato 3/4 and Miguelito García, Bogotá's allmighty Frente Cumbiero, Macedonian brass by the Džambo Aguševi Orchestra, Venezuelan organist Tulio Enrique León, 1970s Acapulcan funk by Sola, headnotic samples by Ecuadorean producer Quixosis, up-and-coming Brazilian multi-instrumentalist and trailblazer Antônio Neves, Lyon's stunningly innovative jazz three-piece Foehn Trio, fusion dancefloor jazz by Darmstadt's Triorität, a gorgeous Melodiesinfonie remix of Brazilian-Portuguese duo Coladera, organic, indigenous house by Montreal-based producer Mixwell, a 16-minute Barış K. remix of Istanbul's Ayyuka jamming with Nigerian saxophonist Orlando Julius, and, finally, an auspicious ambient collaboration by Siberia's Misha Sultan and the one they call Bisamråtta. 

To enjoy the full selection, simply click the Spotify player below or follow this link. Off we go!

AUTHOR: Lev Nordstrom