Safe & Sounds: Safe & Sounds #1 – Caspar Melville

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I put this playlist together for a newsletter called Love Will Save The Daywhich is a lovely little music and culture list compiled by Jed Hallam.
It showcases tunes that I love, new and old, going from the super-mellow to the dancefloor. It’s a nice long list which will keep you stimulated and hopeful until this dreadful situation eases. I present it to you with love.
(Caspar Melville)

Caspar Melville is editor of New Humanist magazine. He grew up in south London and attended Pimlico Comprehensive School. He has a BA in American Literature from Sussex, and an MA in media and communications from Goldsmith’s College, London, where he also completed a Phd on the history of inter-racial dance music scenes in London.

A music journalist for many years his writing has been published in Blues and Soul, Touch, Village Voice, Urb, Arena and the Sunday Telegraph, LA Times and the Toronto Star. He worked as media and executive editor for the online journal openDemocracy before starting at New Humanist in 2005. He lives in Brixton with his partner and five-year-old son.

He blogs at


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