#SundaySoundtrack #14


It’s that time of the week again, I’m hungover questioning my very existence and it’s a Sunday which can only mean one thing, #SundaySoundtrack. Welcome to the 14th instalment of your favourite weekly music run-down – the #SundaySoundtrack! As always we aim to deliver a cracking list of tunes that we’ve been enjoying this week to help lift those hangover blues and make you forget that Monday is just around the corner.

Will Shipley

UB40 – ‘Red Red Wine’

An absolute classic I’ve been jamming for a couple of weeks, those funky vibes are ideal to bring you through today and the horrors coming.

Dan Beckwith

Mount Kimbie – ‘You Took Your Time feat. King Krule’

Featuring on two different songs on Mt. Kimbie’s most recent album, King Krule is a great addition to the minimalistic production on ‘You Took Your Time’. His melancholic, somewhat punky vocals are fuelled with raw emotion. This is definitely my favourite Mt. Kimbie song to date, and I’ll definitely be listening to more King Krule soon.

Claire Wallace

Dustin Tebutt – ‘The Breach’

The Australian Bon Iver? Comparisons have been drawn, and as a huge Bon Iver fan I am loving Tebutt’s sound. Keep your PJs on and get relaxing to this laid back tune.

Barney Greenish

A Skillz – ‘California Soul’

Some brilliant sampling from one of the finest artists in the ghetto funk scene produced this wonderful electro/breaks take on the classic 1969 release of the same name by Marlena Shaw. Hot and heavy.

Joe Cherry

James Blake – ‘200 Press’

The 200 Press EP was released to many raised eyebrows, mine included. The dulcet tones that Blake’s records usually included had been almost completely replaced with harsh techno sounds. But after a few listens this really clicked for me. It’s achingly clever and innovative. Jazz for the digital age perhaps.

Calum Woodger

The Vaccines – ‘Bad Mood’

After the announcement that The Vaccines are to return in 2015 with new material I couldn’t hide my excitement and have been listening to them non-stop since. This track from their second album Come Of Age is definitely my favourite, it has everything – furious riffs, crashing drums and with a punk undertone. Classic Vaccines

So that’s it from us here at The Music Brewery let us know what would make your #SundaySoundtrack

Peace

 

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