A cozy hollow of musical treats to share


Thursday, 29 March 2012

Polar Bears and Global Warming

3 Big Chill Songs.

  1.  Hiatus - Ghost Notes
  2. Cillo - Breathe
  3. DRT - Rising Sun (The Boogaloo Crew Remix)

Wednesday, 28 March 2012

PLAYLIST - A Lonely Spring

Some mellow songs to embrace the spring gone from your step.

  1. Roads and Boats - Anything Could Happen
  2. TV Girl - It's Not Something
  3. The Young Friends - I Won't Break Your Heart 
  4. French Films - Take You With Me
  5. Noah and the Whale - Sometimes
  6. Marcus Foster - Couldn't Love You More
  7. The Cure - Lullaby
  8. Gabrielle Aplin - The Times Are A Changing (Bob Dylan Cover)


Nneka - Shining Star (Joe Goddard Remix)

Thursday, 1 March 2012

YOUR Number 1

While your mother was squeezing, shrieking and sweating...others were singing.
While your father was dealing, dossing and dreaming of a boy...others were dancing.
While doctors and nurses panicked as your umbilical cord wrapped around your neck, one band were basking in the sweet celebration of success.

Little did they all know that it was more about the good vibrations, than those first contractions.

In fact, the date you were born follows the yellow brick road to your destiny. The importance of your birthday is not determined by the time of year, the extent of your birthday gifts or even the conception date of your small, irrelevant gamete alliance. In reality, your future is founded upon one fact:

What was the number one single and album, on the day of your birth?

What song could have soothed your mother’s cries?
What jam could have given your father the strength to stay in the delivery room?
And which beat could have focused those NHS professionals to perform a medical marvel (and not mix you up with the baby in the room next door)?

Truth is, the song that was number one on the date you were popped out is, whether you like it or not, a life path. It determines whether you are fat (Pavorotti), or thin (and a bit of a trainwreck – Amy Winehouse. It decides whether you are gay (Boy George), and/or ginger (Elton John). It will turn you into a reject (‘The Kids From Fame), short lived (The Weather Girls), or a even a slut (Madonna).

May this be a lesson that when you do decide to bring a child into the world, the responsibility lies with you to make sure it is born at an appropriate time in pop chart history.  Unfortunately for you, your fate is set in stone.
To see where you’re heading...