Morning kids. I trust everyone had a fantabulous weekend? Mine was pretty good – I did very little except for shopping, watching rugby and chilling out. Awesome.
Today’s playlist is by one of my two joint-favourite Hawlings, Jo, and is quite the eclectic mix of strong tracks. This playlist has completely evaporated my Monday morning blues – very impressive stuff indeed.
Remember remember that your playlists are the life-blood of this place. If today’s playlist has inspired you to create your own (as well it bloody well should!), chuck it our way. Laters!
Also, if you like what Spotisfaction is all about, please get in touch and we’ll have a chat about how you can help. HAVE A GREAT MONDAY AND STUFF, YEAH?
Donâ€™t do it, kids. Seriously. Just stay at home. Iâ€™m feeling like 17 tonnes of horrible today. Itâ€™s been a very busy week, very stressful. Speaking of stress, Stressechos (the band that Ben drums in when heâ€™s not giving out free candy to children) cut an 4 track EP yesterday. I had a sneak listen to it and I have to say, Iâ€™m blown away. Further proof that there is more to the Cheltenham music scene than new-folk (not knocking new-folk, here. Just sayinâ€™, is all). Is it â€œnew-folkâ€ or â€œnu-folkâ€? Gah, that conjures up horrible images of Fred Durst with a resonatorâ€¦
Anyway, without further delay, here is todayâ€™s playlist. Bought to you by my very own Joform Hawling, entitled â€œIndie Discoâ€. Have a listen.
This morning could have gone so far south that it would have been wearing one of those hats with corks on. You see, through a series of events I managed to lock myself out of my own house this morning. I didnâ€™t have a key to get in, and I needed a shower and a change of clothes before I headed to work. I was already late for work. Luckily, I was saved by Jo, who ran to my rescue and saved my day. As such, Iâ€™m running her playlist today. Oh, also, Magical Kev gets props like agro for being the wheelman this morning. Thatâ€™s how you drive, from now on – THATS HOW YOU DRIVE. If you need a getaway driver, I recommend Kev.
David told me that we had a submission last night that really compliments yesterdays fantastic mix. Rather than running them back to back, we have decided to mix it up a little. Keep your eyes peeled for it, though.
Okay, Iâ€™m in need of some coffee. So Iâ€™m off to sort that out. In the meantime, here is the fantastical Jo and her fantastical Spotisfaction. Peas.
1. A.M. 180 – Grandaddy
2. Your English is Good – Tokyo Police Club
3. If You Fail We All Fail – Fields
4. Dead Dogs Two – Boards of Canada Remix – cLOUDEAD
5. The Bears Are Comming – Late of the Pier
6. Hate To Say I Told You So – The Hives
7. Self Esteem – The Offspring
8. Bleed American – Jimmy Eat World
9. One Armed Scissor – At the Drive-In
10. White Lines – Grandmaster Flash & The Furious Five
11. The Inevitable Return Of The Great White Dope – Bloodhound Gang
12. Can U Dig It? – Pop Will Eat Itself
13. Novocaine For The Soul – Eels
14. The New Pollution – Beck
15. Eurodisco – bis
16. Here Comes Your Man – Pixies
17. Kool Thing – Sonic Youth
18. Edge of Seventeen – Stevie Nicks
19. Someone Great – LCD Soundsystem
20. Paris (Aeroplane Remix) – Friendly Fires
21. Hot in Herre – Tiga
22. Zero – Yeah Yeah Yeahs
23. Fuck The Pain Away – Peaches
This playlist Ainâ€™t come one, but many tine tanies! Kapa-Chow. Quirkypop, Sonicscapes and all that good good aural candy. Can U dig it? Some highlightsâ€¦.
-A.M. 180â€¦ Love that shift around the 1.58 mark. -your english is good – Find the video on Youtube, do it, itâ€™s aces. -The bears are comming – What is this track? itâ€™s clitorish allsorts damn straight. -One Armed Scissor – I dare you not to picture yourself singing (screaming) it, it is so choice. -White LInes – Zombie Defence. -Can U Dig it? – Yes U can. -Kool Thing – Thurston & Kim are God, weâ€™re scum, we suck. -Edge of Seventeen – Guilty Pleasure. -Fuck the Pain Away – Slutty and Demure.
â€œOut of some desire to do something other than sit around and rot, the men known as David Prowse and Thom Lavelle decided to sit around and rot whilst swapping Spotify playlists and blogging about themâ€¦â€
Well hello there. Itâ€™s Tuesday. By now you should all know how I feel about Tuesdays. But today is different. Today we have the quite amazing Jo Hawling to save us from what is quite possibly the worst day of the week, generally speaking. Iâ€™ll hand over to herâ€¦ now.
Thought you could use a lick of retro so hereâ€™s a free pass to a very good summer that I spent in headphones, blissfully ignorant of the outside that is. Designed to drag you from apathy to bliss via angst, what? and random.
Dusty nuggets include â€˜Twinkleâ€™ by whipping boy which is like so the most, â€˜Teen Age Riotâ€™ by Sonic Youth which is a ninja head butt, â€˜Girl at the bus stopâ€™ by my drug hell which hooks you with hookness and â€˜Halcyon and on and onâ€™ by orbital which is stealth and soul and quite simply, music to fuck to.
Twinkle – Whipping Boy
La Tristesse Durera (scream to a sigh) – Manic Street Preachers