This is the set list from the Depeche Mode gig played in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park on June 3rd 2017. I have many questions, not least of which is what does Queen Elizabeth have to do with the Olympics? I feel like the organisers could have named it after Queen Elizabeth II. Continue reading Set list: Depeche Mode at the London Stadium, June 3rd 2017
The year is 2003. In an attempt to shake off her bubblegum pop image, Christina Aguilera dumps both her management team and most of her clothes and takes control of her own career. With her new album, “Stripped”, she grows up both personally and musically, embracing a wide range of styles and genres and tackling difficult lyrical content.
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A Spotify playlist of classic cuts and remixes from Paul Oakenfold, Steve Osborne and the rest of the Perfecto roster. I thought, as a treat, a bit of a break from the old routine, that we would have a playlist that covered not just the greatest hits but also the greatest remixes.
A massive and constantly-updated Spotify playlist full of R&B, soul, hip-hop, rap, blues, funk, go-go, Motown, and quiet storm. And only a very tiny little bit of jazz because I don’t really like it.
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An immense, frequently-updated playlist of the greatest live songs on Spotify, from any and every genre and all types of artist – from alt rock to world music, from Abba to ZZ Top.
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