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I’m a music nut, and love dipping in and out of weird and wonderful new stuff to pep me up as the day progresses.
Currently, I’m listening to:
A slice of 1970s’ prog funk right from 2016 – a great wake-up call that gets me dancing round the kitchen in my pants. Here’s the link to my webcam… Just joking…
1980s’-tinged genius pop from this outfit’s first EP – great for when I’m on the go travelling to meetings or to video interviews to get me rocking and on the case. Sadly don’t have the hair anymore to rock the mullet.
Laid-back electronica from new French pop diva makes a great background soundtrack for creative sessions writing news stories, client blogs, case studies, etc. The swapping between French and English is so cool – Qu'est-ce que c'est que ça! (My fave French phrase, which basically is the equivalent of what the f**k?)
Psychedelic jangly guitar indie pop that sets the perfect tone for video editing sessions – currently put the whole of the band’s new first album on repeat, particularly love the dreamy title track. The drugs do work…
Swamp funk beat combo’s latest triumph from new album Hurt & The Merciless. Simply great groove for a quick lift to wake you from your afternoon slump, or if you find yourself drifting off on the train home – so much better than dropping off and finding yourself dribbling on another passenger’s shoulder. What? That’s just me…?
Playlist by Ian Whiteling, journalist, content marketer and video presenter at director at digital agency Three-sixty