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Ask anyone on the Sound Advice team for a favourite streaming platform and you are unlikely to get too much variation from it being Qobuz in terms of quality, ease of use and musical choice, which is one of the reasons why the collective views of the team have been pulled together in our 2nd Qobuz playlist.

And this one is even better than the first.

There was no collaboration on the choices, yet we seem to have covered the bases in every which way: from 1936 (a saucy little number from The Harlem Hamfats) to 2024, with France’s current controversy, Aya Nakamura; from solo to full blown symphony orchestra, as many boys as girls, or vice versa, and a decent smattering of instrumentation, genres and languages.

You can find it here, we hope you enjoy the listen