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Glamcult Radical Tracks

December’s Winter Warmers

As the darkness of the night prevails and the morning sun extends its slumber, we increasingly feel our paws freeze when darting about our daily business. So, it is safe to say Jack Frost is giving some intense BDE (big dick energy) as winter moves quickly over the horizon, edging closer as each day draws to an end.

But don’t worry babies, we have got you with a whole new, revamped Glamcult Radical Tracks playlist, curated especially to warm up those frosty mittens, as what’s a better way to feel the heat than to bring our bodies close together and sweat, sweat, sweat!?!

This month, Glamcult brings you the Winter Warmer playlist, a hot 30-track mixtape, selected by yours truly, with the intent to make you jump like a go-go bunny on Easter Sunday. Featuring both grassroots producers and widely acclaimed artists, new releases and modern classics, the tracklist is tied together through the element of euphoria; each tune offers different technical nuances to inspire a sound that raises the heartbeat, lowers the inhibition and strengthens our human connection.  

Our sonic journey hits the ground running with Alice Gas HARDCORE HEAVEN, a track that will thaw any remaining icicles in your brain as it shakes things up, giving a classic happy hardcore bassline and sugar-sweet vocals. This hard opening paves the way for more sultry, Queer-space club bangers with SMTH a collaboration from a holy trinity of artists: YANIS, LALLA RAMI and Housewife 9. Later, we hear BABYNYMPH´s popping 2020 debut clown shit (up the wall) [SOPHIE remix] featuring BAYLI and remixed by the timeless and iconic pioneer (and a much-loved Glamcult cover Queen) SOPHIE.

Pumping up the BPM, our playlist presents a cluster of Euro Dance and Trance tracks littered with angelic acid drops and nostalgic synth twangs from labels such as Speedmaster and H33 Records. TDJ brings the melodic bitter-sweet sympathies to a climax with ft fknsyd. 

And, of course, you can expect to encounter some staple names in hyper-pop and forward-thinking bass, right down to our most recent cover star, one of the hottest club kids at the moment, VTSS

Words and playlist curation by Charlotte Hingley