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tQ Playlists: The best of February

After a quiet start to the year releases-wise, February was a bumper month of great gear and plenty for us to write about, from the magnificent Syrian bouzouki player Mohammad Syfkhan (Opens in a new window) to Rafael Toral (Opens in a new window) and Sote (Opens in a new window)JR Moores even thought the John Squire and Liam Gallagher wasn’t rubbish (Opens in a new window)! You can find the playlists of all the new music we’ve written about below, a deep listen that includes Pet Shop Boys, Ex-Easter Island Head, Mdou Moctar, Goat Girl, William Doyle, Kali Malone, Emahoy Tsege Mariam Gebru, Vegyn, Lao, Alison Cotton, NVPR, Senyawa, Keeley Forsyth, Jane Weaver, Brett Anderson covering the Bunnymen with the Paraorchestra, Omar Souleyman, Beth Gibbons, Burial, St. Vincent, Nick Cave, Kim Gordon, Four Set and much more. Strewth! Catch up with your Low Culture content too, from John and Luke’s podcast about Octavia E Butler’s Parable of the Sower (Opens in a new window) to the Organic Intelligence newsletter on weed-baked Greek Rebetika (Opens in a new window) and Jude Rogers’ wonderful essay (Opens in a new window) on Penelope Farmer’s novel Charlotte Sometimes and its influence on The Cure. We love bringing you all this bonus editorial and thank you all for continuing to subscribe and keeping tQ going in these appalling times for independent media. We would not be here without you. All the best from Luke, John and all at tQHQ, dig into the playlists below:

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