Six To Listen To On Spotify #1

It's crazy to think how much the way we stream music has changed over the past 15 years. MP3 players? Tapes?! Nowadays iPods and Spotify are all the rage, so today I'm sharing part one of the bands/musicians you should be listening to (y'know, in my opinion), on the latter.

Ahem. If you know me, you'll know I was naturally gonna start with these guys. I've been a fan for a long, loooong time now and their latest, self-titled album is all kinds of awesome. Not only is their music a delightful blend of emo-pop, rock and roll goodness, but Hayley is style/hair/makeup/everythaaang goals. Picking one favourite song just isn't gonna happen, but Misguided Ghosts, crushcrushcrush and Ignorance are just a few of my long-time loves.

Gossip Girl fans, listen up. Mothxr is a seriously badass group featuring Dan Humphrey, or, as he's known in the real world, Penn Badgley. If you dig indie, funk music then you will dig these guys. Centerfold in particular is a beautiful track.  ...xoxo.

The Cure
I mean, c'mon, obviously?! I grew up listening to this band so maybe it's just that I have their songs drilled into my lil pea head, but either way, they rock. Listening to the likes of Friday I'm in Love puts me in a good mood no matter what.

Foster The People
Listen to the band's 2011, Torches album and you will see (or hear?) what I'm talkin' bout. Foster The People combine pop-rock and indie, and they are very good indeed. Coming of Age, Pumped Up Kicks, and Best Friends are all top notch treats for your ears. 

Blink 182
I'm forever regretting not hitting up Leeds Festival 2014. Paramore, F.T.P and Blink? Goddamn me and my terrible mistakes. As of January this year, the band are now minus a certain Tom Delonge, but that doesn't me we can't still enjoy their rockin' tunes. My favourites? Heart's All Gone, Violence, and Feeling This.

Paolo Nutini
Ah, Paolo Nutini. I was lucky enough to see him perform at a festival back in 2009 and since then I've been a big 'ol fan of his stuff. The Scottish singer is pretty damn easy on both the eyes and the ears, and I've been playing his latest album, Caustic Love non-stop since its release last year.

Are you a fan of any of the above? What are your Spotify recommendations? I'd love to know!

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