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If you want to get a flavour of what we've been listening to over the past few weeks as we wrestle a brand-new issue of What Hi-Fi? magazine to the printers and onwards to the shelves of your favourite retailer, check out our regular playlist updates. If you're a DeezerQobuz, Spotify or Tidal user, subscribe now and you'll never be short of new music again. 

The clocks have changed, the evenings are getting a little longer, and perhaps it's time to turn off your home system (for a while, at least) and get out and about. The May 2018 issue of What Hi-Fi? is the perfect companion, filled as it is with expert buying advice about headphones, portable speakers and all other manner of mobile audio delights. And the latest update to our playlist is exactly the sort of thing you'll enjoy listening to whilst on the move.

Because, if we say so ourselves, it's an especially auspicious playlist this month: from Led Zeppelin and Love, through Rival Consoles and McCarthy, to Spoon and Slint - to name but six of 20 lovingly selected artists - there's plenty here to put ants in your pants and glide in your stride. So do your legs (and the rest of your body too, for that matter) a favour and dive right in.

More after the break

To listen to the playlist via the streaming service of your choice, just click on the relevant link below to load up on new music. 

Got your own recommendations? Let us know in the comments section below. Enjoy!

Listen: What Hi-Fi? Deezer playlist May 2018

Listen: What Hi-Fi? Qobuz playlist May 2018

Listen: What Hi-Fi? Spotify playlist 2018

Listen: What Hi-Fi? Tidal playlist May 2018 

Want even more recommendations, plus music and movie news and reviews? Give the What Hi-Fi? playlist twitter account a follow and check out all our 4K UHD Blu-ray reviews too. 

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