The party is for everyone

As you can probably guess from the DJ name, I seem to have been in a weird mood back in August. Some songs from Pitchfork's 1960s list in here, some tributes to some recently fallen... The fact that I felt the urge to play Blondie's "Atomic" suggests this was when we were all worried about North Korean nuclear brinksmanship. This is hard to remember now after all the other things we're expected to worry about day after day. Anyway, thanks to the iPhone Notes app's autocorrect, I had to translate when I pulled "Atomic" out of my bag from what it incorrectly recorded as, simply, "Thanks." By the way: Thanks. Here's some music!

Julie Byrne - Natural Blue
Glen Campbell - A Satisfied Mind
The Nihau Brothers - Lolo Tina (my uncle George!)
Tracey Thorne - Femme Fatale (Velvet Underground cover)
Olatunji! - Akiwowow (Chant to the Trainman)
Jonathan Richman - La fiesta es para todos
Big Thief - Paul
Joey Casio - Debtor's Prism
The Nonesuch Explorer: Ketjak: The Ramayana Monkey Chant (Bali) [excerpt]
Francoise Hardy - Tous les garçons et les filles
Shabazz Palaces - Palace Slide
Solange - Cranes in the Sky

Plastic Bertrand - Ca plane pour moi
Frank Ocean - Nikes
Jackie Wilson - I Get the Sweetest Feeling
Chance the Rapper - Cocoa Butter Kisses [ft. Vic Mensa and Twista]
Heems - Patriot Act
Justice - Waters of Nazareth
Margo Price - Hands of Time
The B-52's - Rock Lobster
James Brown - Papa Don't Take No Mess, Pt. 1
Blood Orange - Best to You [ft. Empress Of]
The Special A.K.A. - Nelson Mandela

(joint set)
The Smiths - Still Ill
George Jackson - Hey Aretha, Sing One for Me
Candi Staton - How Can I Put Out the Flame
Nobunny - Give It to Me
Blue Sky Blue - Sleeping Children Are Still Flying
Blondie - Atomic
Nina Simone - My Way

Incomplete Spotify approximation: