Each day I add music to my soundtrack to 2020 Spotify playlist. Here’s the list for the third time in 2020.
Tuesday 21 January: JES, Dan Thompson – Here With Me
Wednesday 22 January: Tritonal, Haline, Schala, Jorza – Long Way Home
It’s a long way home tonight. Adaptive cruise control and music on.
Thursday 23 January: Kid Moxie – Big In Japan
It’s #throwbackthursday I stumbled upon a cover of Big In Japan that was used for Not to be unpleasant, but we need to have a serious talk (2019). Kid Moxie is the musical moniker of Greek born, LA-based Elena Charbila. First, the original Alphaville video clip
Friday 24 January: Yael Naim – How Will I Know
Fresh pick from today’s Release Radar: How Will I Know by French-Israeli singer Yael Naim. Her new album Nightsongs will be released in March.
Saturday 25 January: Herman Finkers – Almelo, Mooi Gewoon Mooi
I took a walking tour around the city of Almelo today. Herman Finkers sings about his city in dialect.
Sunday 26 January: Mandisa – Way Maker
Faith gives certainty. Way Maker, today in Mandisa‘s version, was picked up by our church’s worship team.
Monday 27 January: Madmotormiquel & Lorie – Cool Trainer
Can you still be a cool trainer after a full day work? For the next four Monday evenings, I’ll try to 😉
Tuesday 28 January: The Miracles – Got A Job
Out of the interviews I did to get a new project management assignment yesterday and today, the first customer nodded to my match.
Wednesday 29 January: Chloë Howl – In the Middle (Sad Banger)
Yesterday, Jer White featured In the Middle by British singer songwriter Chloë Howl in the Transentient New Synthpop Daily playlist. Indeed, a powerful synth pop track, one to play again and again.
Thursday 30 January: Paul Anka & Michael Dublé – Pennies from Heaven
I watched The Founder (2016) tonight about the growth of the McDonald’s restaurant chain. Ray Griffith’s all-time favorite song: Pennies from Heaven.
Friday 31 January: The New Division & Jasmine Knight – The Line
The only album release that mattered to me today, was Hidden Memories by The New Division. For The Line, the boys collaborated with London-based Jasmine Knight.