Wednesday, 2 April 2014

Playlist: March 2014




1. Do You Want to Build a Snowman - Frozen Cast
So earlier this month I went to see Frozen, on the back of watching Tangled - and everybody else's recommendation. It's so, so good. Highly recommended to everybody. Olaf may not appear in this, but I love Olaf too. Olaf is great.

2. Starting Over [Live] - Macklemore & Ryan Lewis
I'm not sure why it took me so long to listen to Macklemore & friend, but I'm so gutted it took so long. I'm in love.

3. A Whole Child Ago - Biffy Clyro
Biffy Clyro are pretty much the best thing ever, and I was getting a bit nostalgic. Top job.

4. All Night Long (All Night) - Lionel Richie
Myself and Lauren journeyed down to the capital for Revolution Pro's High Stakes. The Inner City Machine Guns - Rich Swann and Ricochet - came out to this. Better yet, after calls of 'Lionel Richie' in the next match El Ligero and Sonjay Dutt had a dance off to the crowd's All Night Long chants.


5. Generations - We Caught The Castle
Occasionally I forget how crazy talented some of my friends are. This month I got to see Anavae, and my friends from back home WCTC who were both exceptionally excellent. Ten out of ten for each.

6. Crawl - Childish Gambino
One of these months I'll stop listening to Donald Glover but March was not that month

7. Never Again - Nickelback
I am over the moon the moon that Silver Side Up is still as good today as it was whenever I first listened to it (year 3?). Apparently it was released on September 11, 2001 - which among other things was thirteen years ago.


8. Woman (reading) - La Dispute 
The new La Dispute album is everything that I ever wanted it to be. Although it does take a few listens to get into to. Stoked to be seeing them in May!

9. Dear Maria, Count Me In - All Time Low
Alongside my nostalgic streak of Biffy and Kroeger I also moved back to my beautiful home of All Time Low. Further solidifying my hypothesis that 12-year-old-girl-pop-punk is the best pop-punk.


10. Kid Gloves - Marmaduke Duke
More Simon Neil fuelled nostalgia! Alongside Biffy's Mountains, this was one of the first pieces of vinyl I bought. Fun fact.

11. White Lies - Man Overboard
More general nostalgia! Blame my brother for mentioning he was listening to them. I never really got into Man Overboard's Heart Attack, but White Lies was a total tune.

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