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Kilt Radio: 003 “PRIDE”

From the likes of Frank Ocean, SOPHIE, and Azealia Banks, these songs are perfect for feeling all your summer feelings.

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This month’s Kilt Radio Playlist is for PRIDE. From alt-rock legends like Yves Tumor to melancholic ballads from Ethel Cain to legendary hyperpop with Charli XCX, this playlist covers all of our complex feelings of pride. Queer excellence belongs to all corners of music, whether it be 100 Gecs’ bass-pounding pop or Snail Mail’s immersive indie rock, or even Kara Jackson’s enchanting folk. From the likes of Frank Ocean, SOPHIE, and Azealia Banks, these songs are perfect for feeling all your summer feelings.


“Natural” by Shelly

After making GarageBand-produced bedroom pop hit, “Pretty Girl,” Clairo has had a chokehold on the indie music community. Going on to release her hit debut album Immunity, featuring songs like “Bags” and “Sofia,” and her sophomore album Sling, she has continued her path of success. Clairo’s unknown side project with fellow artist Claud created “Natural” by Shelly. They weave both of their distinct sounds into a catchy comforting song that will please any fan of Clairo.



“XCXOPLEX” by Charli XCX & A.G. Cook

Charli XCX and A.G. Cook craft a heavenly musical journey blurring the boundaries between pop and noise. This futuristic experiment is born of their collective serve. The pulsating beats, angelic synths, with Charli’s dreamy vocals layered with A.G. Cook’s mesmerizing production make it the perfect song to ascend to a higher spiritual plane.




“Kodak Moment” by Jane Remover

This song is dreamlike and filled with faded memories. Jane Remover invites listeners to a familiar world of nostalgic moments through its complex instrumentation. The poppy first half lulls you into this overwhelming atmosphere of noise and sound, then leaves you with a digicore melody reminiscent of DS Pokemon games. Jane creates a sense of wistfulness and childhood, like capturing a precious snapshot frozen in time.


  1. Nikes by Frank Ocean
  2. Champagne Coast by Blood Orange
  3. Pretty by Girlpool
  4. Licking an Orchid (feat. James K) by Yves Tumor
  5. Warsh_Tippy and Zelda by Whatever, Dad
  6. Vulture City by venturing
  7. Secondhand embarrassment by underscores
  8. Kodak Moment by Jane Remover
  9. Secrecy Is Incredibly Important To t… by Yves Tumor
  10. Speaking Terms by Snail Mail
  11. Sappho by Frankie Cosmos
  12. Sofia by Clairo
  13. Time by Arca
  14. Honey by Shygirl
  15. Immaterial by SOPHIE
  16. One That Got Away by MUNA
  17. Track 10  by Charli XCX
  18. Moody Orange by Rainbow Kitten Surprise
  19. Addictions by Lucy Dacus
  20. Natural by Shelly
  21. It Gets More Blue by Girlpool
  22. I Will by Mitski
  23. Call Me Mother by RuPaul
  24. Supermodel (You Better Work) by RuPaul
  25. 212 (feat. Lazy Jay) by Azealia Banks
  26. Hard by SOPHIE
  27. HEATED by Beyoncé
  28. Gold Leaf by A. G. Cook
  29. Silver by A. G. Cook
  30. ringtone (Remix) [feat. Charli XCX,… by 100 gecs
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Hi guys! I am Drew Anderson and I am your Managing Editor of The Kilt. I am a junior and this is my third year in journalism. Past head editor Dylan Anderson, my older sister inspired me to join this class and it quickly became my favorite part of Hazen. Designing the cover is always the most exciting part of publishing our issues. I hope you guys enjoy our new online platform!
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    Jeffery DavoltJun 22, 2023 at 8:53 am

    I would love a Spotify playlist of these songs so I could check them all out.