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ECLECTIC MIX APRIL 2022

by Gary Packer 2 months ago in playlist
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The tracks filling my head space this month

We’ll spring has finally sprung, or by the time you read this it will well and truly be over. And you’ll have eaten all those easter eggs you got! The days have gotten longer, and although maybe not quite there, we’ve had a bit of a preview of what kind of days lie ahead. Ones hopefully full of sun, and better days for us all! So far, I’ve attended my best mates wedding this month and it was one of the best celebration events I’ve ever had the pleasure of being too. So, I am taking this as the start of all good things!

Now before we go any further, I effectively created 2 playlist’s this month. One of which is the culmination of music I’d complied for my dad, which was partially inspired by the main month’s playlist. So here I will present the main playlist, along with the usual YouTube highlights reel. Then I will share the second, which has a much dancier feel, and again i will highlight its songs to not miss. SO, let’s get started!

Now for any new people here, and maybe if it’s the first time coming across the word eclectic, then this playlist is varied. There is some 80’s classics, alternative, dance, 60’s soul, Hard trance, UK hip hop, 70’s funk and everything in between. Again, as always, these playlist’s are quite long, so I’ll breakdown in this YouTube compilations song’s that I definitely recommend you don’t miss:

RUFUS DU SOL – On My Knees

Jamie XX – Loud Places

Blondie – Heart of Glass

Bob Moses & ZHU – Desire

Lambchop – Up With People

Nina Simone – Baltimore

Jamie XX – Gosh

KC & The Sunshine Band – Shake Your Booty

Apres – ‘Til Your Love Runs Out

Gorgon City – You’ve Done Enough

The Blaze – Territory

Amtrac – Those Days

Marvin Gaye – Got To Give It Up

Mabel – Finders Keepers

This month’s list features Blondie, Jamie XX, Grand National, Lambchop, The Grid, Daniel Avery, Jon Hopkins, Nina Simone, KC & The Sunshine Band, Simian Mobile Disco, Maribou State, Jetta, Vladim Yershov, Cristoph, Après, Adam Beyer, Gorgon City, Yves V, Wankelmut, Joel Corry, Calvin Harris, Abakus, Anderholm, Theo Kottis, Robert Plant, Satin Jackets, Cannons, Oxia, ARTBAT, RUFUS DU SOL, The Blaze, Steve Weston, Flume, Forest Swords, Phantogram, Bob Moses, Amtrac, Marvin Gaye, Bobby Womack, Labi Siffre and Mabel. As always, this list is for listening to anytime really (well I would say that as it’s my list) but is probably best enjoyed loudly or with a good set of headphones on.

Afterwards

This next playlist is partially inspired by this month’s playlist, and by a need to give my dad some new music to get himself into. It’s got a strong dance element, and clocks in at around 4hours and 23 minutes. SO be prepared, It is also called afterwards as it’s maybe the type of playlist to play after a night out, just be careful the neighbours don’t complain! As always, I will boil the list down to a YouTube playlist of the highlights that you should give a listen to, if you don’t have time for the full list!

Amtrac & The Juan Maclean – Grit

Cubicolor – “Down The Wall”

Ara Koufax – Natural States

Wayward – Ridge Road

Elkka – ‘Burnt Orange’

Daniel Avery – Naive Reception

Wayward – Transcience

Theo Kottis – It Wasn’t Meant to Be

Adam Beyer – Your Mind

RUFUS DU SOL – On My Knees

Amtrac – Radical

Alex Metric & Amtrac – Upswing

Amtrac – MIDI Ceremony

OXIA – Domino

Flume – Say Nothing (Tchami Remix)

ARTBAT – Horizon

This special playlist features Orbital, Bonobo, Cubicolor, CamelPhat, Bicep, Telepopmusik, Wayward, Joy Orbison, Barry Can’t Swim, Ara Koufax, Fila Brazillia, Coldcut, Plaid, Denis Horvat, Alex Metric. Massive Attack, Ellka, Daniel Avery, George Fitzgerald, Jetta, Opus III, Sander van Doorn, Wayward, Cristoph, Gorgon City, Theo Kottis, Adam Beyer, Amtrac, RUFUS DU SOL, Bob Moses, Alex Metric, ARTBAT, OXIA, Flume, Steven Weston, Fred Falke. Now this is defo for the afterparty, and you might want to warn the neighbours (or invite them in) before you hit play, as there is a few belters that you’ll be cranking up!!! So, until next month, be safe, and take care of one another.

Hope you’ve enjoyed the music, and don’t forget how important music is. Afterall its the soundtrack to your life!!!

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Gary Packer

Jack of all trades, master of none

https://entertainmentthought.com/

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