Sunday Lunch Playlist: Do Your Best by The Second Mate

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Do Your Best is the brand new single by The Second Mate. A combination of sublime, honest vocals and haunting acoustic folk melodies, with an uplifting hip-hop inspired beat, this a tune you will want to listen to again and again. Perfect for driving, hosting a chilled out dinner party or a just a lazy Sunday afternoon in the garden. Add it to your own playlists now.

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The Second Mate started their music career by playing gigs in local pubs and bars

They cite David Bowie, The Beatles, Prince and the Arctic Monkeys as their biggest musical influences

The Second Mate don’t like to be labelled and feel their music traverses across multiple genres

They are currently touring and working on new material

 

Sunday Lunch Playlist: What Has Been Learned Has Been Forgotten by Crambeck Ware

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What Has Been Learned Has Been Forgotten is the brand new single by Crambeck Ware. A combination of sublime, honest vocals and haunting acoustic folk melodies, with an uplifting hip-hop inspired beat, this a tune you will want to listen to again and again. Perfect for driving, hosting a chilled out dinner party or a just a lazy Sunday afternoon in the garden. Add it to your own playlists now.

Fact file:

Crambeck Ware started his music career by playing gigs in local pubs and bars

He cites David Bowie, The Beatles, Prince and the Arctic Monkeys as his biggest musical influences

Crambeck Ware doesn’t like to be labelled and feels that his music traverses across multiple genres

He is currently touring and working on new material

 

Sunday Lunch Playlist: It Makes Things Happen by EPAA

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It Makes Things Happen is the brand new single by Education Policy Analysis Archives. A combination of sublime, honest vocals and haunting acoustic folk melodies, with an uplifting hip-hop inspired beat, this a tune you will want to listen to again and again. Perfect for driving, hosting a chilled out dinner party or a just a lazy Sunday afternoon in the garden. Add it to your own playlists now.

Fact file:

EPAA started their music career by playing gigs in local pubs and bars

They cite David Bowie, The Beatles, Prince and the Arctic Monkeys as their biggest musical influences

EEPA don’t like to be labelled and feel their music traverses across multiple genres

They are currently touring and working on new material

 

The Sunday Lunch Playlist

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We live in an era where there is unprecedented access to new music at your fingertips. Streaming sites have made finding new music, or old music you hadn’t heard before, the same giddy thrill it was as a teenager walking into the local record shop to buy the latest singles on CD or vinyl, depending on your age. The excitement of discovering a new artist that you love can be recreated by searching through artists tagged as similar to those you already listen to, or by the increasingly improving curated playlists pushed out to you that are tailored to meet your listening habits.

But this doesn’t cater for those people who just want to be told which music is popular, and if it is popular it is good, so they should be paying to download it on iTunes.

So with that in mind, we present a weekly playlist of generic interchangeable music that would be at home on any mobile phone or dating website advert. If you think Razorlight, Coldplay or Snow Patrol are the pinnacle of real, moving music than this will be right up your street. Make sure you come back each week to find out which artists you should be talking about and who you should go to see on their inexplicably sold out tour which includes 3 nights of churning out their bland dross to a herd of brain-dead cattle in Wembley Arena. Who knows, you might discover the next Mumford & Sons!

See you next Sunday.