Sunday is upon us all once again, and if you’re anything like us here at The Music Brewery you are hanging out of your arse. But don’t worry we have the world’s best hangover cure, music!! We have a cheeky list of our most played tunes of this week that is guaranteed to make you feel better!
Ghostpoet – ‘Cash And Carry Me Home feat. Kano’: I was torn this week between a Childish Gambino freestyle and Ghostpoet. But ‘Cash and Carry Me Home’ is one of my favourite songs and has been stuck on repeat for me, the melancholy and slow tempo feel to track just goes so well. Ghostpoet is genre on his own, so different to anything else out there, plus the lyrics “Last night I must admit it got quite wild now, morning’s approached and I wrestle with a headache, that was spawned in hell by the devil himself” basically sum up how most people are feeling today!
Will S x
Archie Bell & The Drells – ‘Here I Go Again’: This track was revived by young Northern Soul fans in 1972 and I’m bringing it all back again here for you on The Music Brewery to revive you from your slumber!
Weezer – ‘Pork and Beans’: What better combination for your Sunday roast dinner anyway? A compulsive song for punk and rock fans, and one that when I hear it in public (although rarely) it still puts a smile on my face.
Nick Mulvey – ‘Cucurucu’: Unsurprising my most played track. I love the mixture between low and high tempo. It’s both relaxing and uplifting. Great song for a Sunday.
Foo Fighters – ‘Something From Nothing’: Foo Fighters clawing back at your door with another beauty. A little something to get you pumped for the night ahead. You’re guaranteed to be whistling this melody for days to come.
Hozier – ‘Take Me To Church’: Finally releasing his studio debut album “Hozier” he’s beginning to get the recognition he deserves for some beautifully written work. ‘Take Me To Church’ is a great chilled tune that exemplifies this new-found stars superb talent.
Will H x
Marit Larsen –‘I Don’t Want To Talk About It (Nelsaan and Matoma remix)’: there’s a reason I wrote about it! Great track, with a sublime mix of melancholy and upbeat tropicle house – guaranteed to have you hitting replay
Tame Impala – ‘Feels Like We Only Go Backwards Hard’: to believe this track isn’t from the good old 60’s? Every rough Sunday deserves a lovely bit of psychedelic-a, full of those hypnotic organ chords and Kevin Parker’s voice. You’re welcome.
So that’s our favourite songs of the week and hopefully they can pull out of the hangover funk through the medium of music and dance!
The Music Brewery Squad xx