Ah, it’s been a while since my last music pick, and this track forms a fairly relaxing beginning of an end to a stressful week: Salvation, by Gabrielle Aplin. Enjoy.
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You may have noticed this track on a pretty cool promotional video for the new GoPro HERO3 camera, but nonetheless, it’s a fairly awesome track to kickstart a snowy January weekend. ‘Daybreak’ by Overwerk is available to download now.
There’s something intensely upbeat for me about pretty much any Biffy Clyro song. ‘Black Chandelier’ is no exception to this rule, and is taken from their imminent sixth studio album ‘Opposites’.
I’ve had a really nice and upbeat weekend, so I thought I’d share a song that’s featured pretty frequently on my playlist over the last few days: Language by Porter Robinson (I also quite like the video for this one).
Continuing on the theme of 2012 posts, here’s a couple of musical choices for you, and what better way of summing up a year in music than with mashups. So, without further ado, today’s picks are courtesy of Mashup-Germany, and Bobby Fisher.
Mashup-Germany – Top Of The Pops 2012 (Scream & Shout)
Bobby Fisher – Pop Life (A Mashup of 20 Pop Hits of 2012)
Today my music pick is Dead In The Water by Ellie Goulding, taken from her second studio album, Halcyon. Enjoy.
Winter for me music wise is all about finding those comforting tracks that you can’t help but listen to on repeat on a cold night. Tornado by Jónsi is most definitely one of those songs.
I’ve got nothing but praise for Skyfall as a film. I thought it was brilliantly written, directed and produced, and formed an outstanding tribute to a half century of Bond. So, it seems fitting that today’s music pick is in the form of a remix of Adele’s theme for the film: Skyfall, remixed by Azedia.
Today my musical pick comes from Example. Close Enemies is out on the 11th of November, and is taken from the upcoming album The Evolution Of Man.
Yet another weekend music choice for you, this time from Calvin Harris and Florence Welch. Sweet Nothing is taken from Harris’ fourth studio album ’18 Months’, and is out now.