Between our daily coverage and our Notable Releases and Bill’s Indie Basement columns, we post tons of new music all the time here on BrooklynVegan. In an effort to keep track of all the new music we’re excited about, we’ve been posting a new playlist each month with many of the songs we love that were (mostly) released that month.

Our December 2019 playlist includes songs by MONO + A.A. Williams, Duster, Cindy Lee, MGMT, Caribou, Bombay Bicycle Club, Moses Sumney, Tyler the Creator, Vince Staples, Georgia Maq, Soccer Mommy, Porridge Radio, Squirrel Flower, The Soundcarriers, Sparks, Today Is The Day, Carcass, and more.

Listen below and subscribe to the playlist at Spotify. The playlist will be updated with new songs each month, and archived playlists of past months are here. There are also a couple of songs that aren't on Spotify; watch videos of them below.

36 songs we like from December 2019
MONO & A.A. Williams - Exit In Darkness
Duster - Chocolate and Mint
Cindy Lee - Heavy Metal
MGMT - In the Afternoon
Caribou - You and I
Bombay Bicycle Club - Racing Stripes
Moses Sumney - Polly
Tyler, the Creator - Best Interest
Vince Staples - Hell Bound
Stormzy - Audacity
Kaytranada - Gray Area (ft. Mick Jenkins)
Georgia Maq - Away From Love
Soccer Mommy - Feed
Porridge Radio - Lilac
Squirrel Flower - Headlights
Cold Beat - Flat Earth
The Soundcarriers - The Seventh Seal
Sparks - Please Don't Fuck Up My World
Yussef Dayes - For My Ladies
Currern$y - All Work (ft. Young Dolph)
CJ Fly - City We From (ft. Conway the Machine)
Flatbush Zombies - Monica (ft. Tech N9ne)
J Hus - No Denying
Shopping - Initiative
Eddy Current Suppression Ring - Like a Comet
Lilys - Unheard of Curiosities
Nadia Reid - Best Thing
Courtney Barnett - So Long, Marianne (Leonard Cohen cover)
Marissa Nadler & Stephen Brodsky - In The Air Tonight (Phil Collins cover)
Today Is The Day - No Good To Anyone
Tombs - Monarchy of Shadows
Carcass - Under the Scalpel Blade
Human Impact - November
Be Well - Frozen
Criteria - Agitate Resuscitate
Rule Them All - Doomed To Consume

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