Playlist: Netsky

Following the release of his latest album Second Nature, we asked Netsky to take us through his lockdown playlist.

Maya Radcliffe
  • By Maya Radcliffe
  • 11 Dec 2020
  • min read

Dance music icon Netsky dropped his new album Second Nature back in October, marking his return to Hospital Records.

Second Nature represents Netsky’s everlasting love for his drum and bass roots that has sent shockwaves throughout the dance community.

It's been ten years since his self-titled Hospital Records debut, with collaborations on the 18-track long-player from Sub Focus, Becky Hill, and Rudimental to name a few.

Following the release, we asked Netsky to take us through his latest lockdown playlist. Tune in.

Loyle Carner – Ottolenghi feat. Jordan Rakei

Beautiful English confessional R&B. Love this song to bits.

Terrell Hines - Feel Good

My feel-good song this year. Instant smile.

Khruangbin - Summer Madness

Khruangbin is technically pronounced ‘Khu-ra-bin’, but everyone says it differently. Guitar magic. Loved their vibe since I first heard them three years ago. Check them out on a sunny afternoon with a glass of rosé. 

Maribou State - Turnmills

Beautiful catchy hook on this electronic masterpiece. Makes me want to dance but perfect background music too.

Four Tet - Lush

Another track to create a little imaginary oasis too. Beautiful loop of organic harmonics, perfect if you want to switch off for a second.

Athletic Progression - White Crayon

Hip-hop and jazz influenced electronic instrumentals. Fell in love with this track the first time I heard it. Their whole album is filled with instrumentalist gold.

Little Dragon – Deployed feat. sir Was

Duet of Danish multi-instrumentalist sir Was and Little Dragon. I love how warm this track sounds. Sound texture is on point here.

Hudson Mohawke - FUSE

Rediscovered my love for this track. One of my favourite lead melody hooks ever. This used to be my alarm clock for a long time. Instant energy.

Yellow Days - You

Another feel-good track. Indie soul-pop done right. You can hear Thundercat influences in his work.

Netsky - Everybody Loves The Sunshine

My new album just came out, including my ode to this Roy Ayers classic. Can’t wait to play this at summer festivals!