Which is more harmful elitism or populism? Is the time for diplomacy over? Amélie once said, times are hard for dreamers now we know that for a fact. Human rights are a replacement theology that we suspend and use at our own convenience. Here’s my self-proclaimed elitist August playlist trying so hard to reach, quantify and measure the popular opinion. 1. Wolf Alice – Don’t Delete the Kisses 2. LCD Soundsystem – Oh Baby 3. Hercules & Love Affair – Are You Still Certain? feat. Mashrou’ Leila 4. Courtney Barnett and Kurt Vile – Over Everything 5. Angus and Julia
We’ve been Pavloved into liking summer but heartbreak doesn’t take the season off. Maybe it’s the hellish weather, maybe it’s the heightened expectations, maybe your ex got married, maybe you didn’t get that promotion, maybe you wish you didn’t get that promotion, maybe it’s unprecedented levels of pink flamingos on your feeds. July wasn’t a happy month but here’s to August. For every Chester Bennington death, there’s radios playing Chester Bennington for hours on end. For every Moderat announcing its separation, there’s a Bjork announcing a new album. Bawl your eyes out. 1. Glass Animals – Agnes 2.
Congratulations! If you’re reading this it means you survived the heatwave, you’re not too busy getting married, and you’re not attending one of the 16 “biggest most anticipated event this summer”. Revolver is offering you the chance to be part of something well, smaller way smaller, that doesn’t require a dress code but definitely more relaxing. Keep that AC on, drive up to the mountains and press play. 1. Sonder – Too Fast 2. J BERNARDT- Running Days 3. Arcade Fire – Creature Comfort 4. St Vincent – New York 5. DJDS – Trees On Fire 6. Mogwai –
Some may call him the greatest artist of our time others may disagree but who cares about their opinion anyway. Joshua Tillman, aka Father John Misty, has been blessing the indie scene with original content.. We leave you with this post-satire list with a dash of cynicism. (Full YouTube and Spotify playlists at the bottom) 1. I Went to the Store One Day 2. Pure Comedy 3. Bored in the USA 4. Nancy From Now On 5. I Love You Honeybear 6. Two Wildly Different Perspectives 7. Ballad of the Dying Man 8. Hollywood Forever Cemetery Sings 9. Things
You reek of salt and rosé, it’s five in the afternoon and it’s still a burning 28 degrees outside. You just got inside the car, rolled the windows down, and now you’re considering how bad the traffic from Batroun/Jiyyeh to Beirut is going to be. You’ve had it with “the summer hit” they’ve been playing at the beach resort all day. You want to connect your phone already. These are the songs you want to play. This is the playlist you want to have. Bless you, May. 1. Slowdive – Sugar for the Pill 2. Alex Ebert- Broken Record 3.
You can’t stand it when you’re having Sunday family lunch at some Lebanese restaurant and they decide to play whatever song is now making the rounds on local radio stations but get excited when Omar Souleyman releases through Diplo’s Mad Decent an EDM infused LP. 2017 what a time to be alive. 1. The War on Drugs – Thinking of a Place 2. Phoenix- J-Boy 3. Foster The People- SHC 4. Orgone – I Sold My Heart To The Junkman 5. Omar Souleyman – Ya Bnayya 6. Dan Auerbach – King of a One Horse Town 7. Little Dragon –
If that new mascara, the cringe-worthy creation Gucci is trying to sell you this month, whatever the hell The Walking Billboards are promoting on your feeds don’t really effect your self worth we’ve got the thing for you. Feel It Still – Portugal. The Man Third of May – Fleet Foxes Saturnz Barz- Gorillaz Slip Away – Perfume Genius Name for You- The Shins In Cold Blood- alt-J Proud of Being- Jacques Vitamin- Jamiroquai Jamil Jamal- Yazz Ahmed You’re In Love With a Psycho – Kasabian
February has come and gone, it was either too cold or we were too broke to go outside so we managed to pick music so good it might even be on the playlist of Chloe from Big Little Lies. By Agnes Semaan 1- Can I Sit Next to You – Spoon 2- Minnesota – The Courtneys 3- Cool Your Heart ft. Dawn – Dirty Projectors 4- Ravens – Mount Eerie 5- Piel – Arca 6- Jungelknugen – Todd Terje (Four Tet remix) 7- Kinda Bonkers – Animal Collective 8- Charm Assault- Ride 9- Tremendous Sea of Love – Passion
February is here and we’ve got the perfect playlist for you. If you’re stuck in traffic, wondering why there’s traffic even though it’s not a Friday nor a Monday nor a Tuesday afternoon, why they closed that detour that saves you 30 minutes, deciding to leave and then realizing that your name is not exactly airport friendly, we got something for you. Honk more, stress more, cuss more, cross-over people more.. and try to make it home as fast as you can to check this one out. Here are the top 10 songs released in January, in no particular order: by
December is here and we’ve got the perfect playlist for you. If you’re stuck in traffic, stressing about what sweater sizes your aunt wears, we got something for you. Honk more, stress more, cuss more, cross-over people more.. and try to make it home as fast as you can to check this one out. Here are the top 10 songs released in November, in no particular order: by Agnes Semaan The xx- On Hold La Femme- Mycose Father John Misty- Holy Hell Electric Guest- Dear to Me Gordi – 00000 Million (A Cappella) Thee Oh Sees – You Will Find