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The Best Albums Of March According To Playground

An overview of the top ten on this month's chart

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5. Chromatics: “Kill For Love” (Italians Do It Better)

After weeks of speculation and advance videos, the much-anticipated new Chromatics album finally came out: 17 songs destined to become the soundtrack of more than one cold night.

Review Kill For Love

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4. Petar Dundov: “Ideas From The Pond” (Music Man)

Techno, trance and cosmic music united in sweet harmony on an album that will take you higher. Croatian Petar Dundov does his reputation as a first-rate producer honour and delivers his most complete effort to date.

Review Ideas From The Pond

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3. The Burrell Brothers: “The Nu Groove Years 1988-1992” (Nu Groove)

Rush Hour does right by the legacy of The Burrell Brothers, delivering a compilation of their work on Nu Groove, bearing witness to the capital influence the duo's had on deep-house.

Review The Nu Groove Years 1988-1992

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2. Big K.R.I.T.: “4Eva N A Day” (mixtape)

Big K.R.I.T. offers caviar for free: his new mixtape, while we wait for his official debut on Def Jam, is atypical hip-hop, without any cameos, hits, or club bangers; just straight-up rap like in the old days.

Review 4Eva N A Day

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1. Julia Holter: “Ekstasis” (RVNG INTL.)

“Ekstasis” could be the most lucid dream of this year. Julia Holter's new album eerily combines ambient, folk, psychedelics, medieval music, dream-pop and even jazz.

Review Ekstasis

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