Weekly Playlist

David Bowie - Andy Warhol
This track is from Bowie's fourth album "Hunky Dory". The start of the song begins with Bowie correcting his producer Ken Scott, who had mispronounced Warhol's name, on the actual pronunciation. I like this song because it presents Bowie as a real person, with inspirations and experiencing some of life's awkward moments. For example after his studio chat with his producer, Bowie asks if the tape is rolling and when he discovers it is - laughter follows. This is Bowie at his best, go on give it a listen.
For fans of: Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkel, The Who, The Clash and Iggy Pop.

Bastille - Sleepsong
I discovered this band in August last year following their performance at Reading Festival. Fearne Cotton was hyping them up so I decided to give them a listen. From my first preview, I liked their sound and what they were doing but it wasn't enough to make me want to download the tracks. Although when iTunes released this a as a free download, I thought I'd give it another listen and I can confirm it was ten times better the second time round. Check it out now.
For fans of: Alt-J, The Neighbourhood, Dry the River, Maverick Sabre and Kodaline.
The Rolling Stones - Doom And Gloom
I love the Stones! I love this song! It's classic and it contains an uptempo blues attack which is catchy and so good. This is the track that leaves you wanting more. I would kill to see this band live. I really would.
For fans of: The Who, The Beatles, The Doors, The Beach Boys and Jimi Hendrix.

Wolf Alice - Fluffy
This woozy number has hints on punk with fantastic vocals from Ellie Rowsell. I've heard this a lot on the radio, and it's one of those songs which grow on you over time. Give it a listen.
For fans of: The XX, Jessie Ware, Chvrches, Haim and Disclosure.

Muse - Supremacy
I was introduced to this track in October when Muse released their sixth studio album "The 2nd Law". This is the opening song on the record, and I believe it's a great opening number. It's classic Muse with Bellamy's trademark vocals and apocalyptic clashing of instruments. This is the band's latest single (and I think it would have been perfect for the latest James Bond film) so what are you waiting for? Get this in your life now.
For fans of: The Killers, The Strokes, Radiohead, Kasabian and Franz Ferdinand.

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