This Month's Playlist: March...

It's that time of the month again where I introduce you to what I've been listening to most throughout the month of March. If you'd like to take a look at my February playlist click here

Paloma Faith - Fall to Grace | I've been a huge lover of Paloma Faith since she first burst onto the music scene back in 2009 with her debut album 'Do You Want the Truth or Something Beautiful?' featuring singles "Stone Cold Sober" and "New York". I absolutely adore her voice, its so distinctive, as soon as I hear a new song of hers on the radio, I instantly know its her. I was so happy last month when she received 'Best British Female Solo Artist' at the Brit Awards after being previously nominated in 2011 and 2013.  'Fall to Grace' is Paloma's second album, released in 2012, and features a mixture of pop, soul and R&B. My favourite tracks from this album are "Black and Blue", "Just Be", "Blood, Sweat & Tears" and "Beauty of the End"

Alt-J - This is All Yours |  'This is All Yours' is the second studio album from Alt-J following on from their 2012 debut, mercury prize winning album 'An Awesome Wave'. My favourtie tracks from the album are "Every Other Freckle", "Hunger of the Pine" and "Warm Foothills".

James Bay - Chaos and the Calm | James Bay may not have been on the music scene for very long but he is definitely making an impact. Most recently, he has won the Brit Awards, Critics Choice Award which has previously been won by the likes of Sam Smith, Jessie J and Tom Odell. Despite only downloading this album on Monday when it was released, I am loving it. The whole album is a combination of emotion and storytelling all accompanied by an uplifting beat. My favourite tracks from the album are "Craving", "Best Fake Smile", "Collide" and "If You Ever Want To Be In Love". I'm also obsessed with his Radio 1 Live Lounge cover of FourFiveSeconds - if you haven't heard it, click here

Motown | As someone with quite a diverse taste in music, Motown is definitely one of my favourite genres and this past month I've been listening to it quite a lot; in particular this 'Motown 50' album. Some of my favourite Motown singles include The Supremes "Where Did Our Love Go?", Diana Ross "Ain't No Mountain", Marvin Gaye "It Takes Two" and The Spinners "Its a Shame".

What have you been listening to this month?

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  1. i absolutely love alt-j!! i was fortunate enough to see them in january actually, they're definitely some of my faves! great post :-)

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