Playlists

My Bloody Valentine ‘Loveless’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

Our My Bloody Valentine ‘Loveless’ contains some amazing music by artists such as The Beatles, The Byrds, Sonic Youth, Husker Du and more.

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My Bloody Valentine ‘Loveless’ Legacy Playlist

Take a listen to our Legacy Playlist for My Bloody Valentine ‘Loveless’ featuring Sparks, Blonde Redhead and many more.

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Billie Holiday ‘Lady in Satin’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

Play all to listen to Billie Holiday’s two big influences – Louis Armstrong and Bessie Smith – and a journey through the career and live performances of Lady Day.

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Billie Holiday ‘Lady in Satin’ Legacy Playlist

Traces of Lady Day can be heard in our legacy playlist featuring Amy Winehouse, Beth Gibbons, Joni Mitchell, Lana Del Rey, Erykah Badu and more.

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Stevie Wonder ‘Songs in the Key of Life’ Musical Lead-Up

Featuring Stevie and music from his contemporaries, inspirations and collaborators such as Minnie Riperton, Herbie Hancock and Sly & The Family Stone

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Stevie Wonder ‘Songs In the Key of Life’ Legacy Playlist

Take a look at our ‘Songs In the Key of Life’ Legacy Playlist and discover the enduring influence of Stevie Wonder on artists such as Janelle Monae, D’Angelo, Erykah Badu and many more.

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Daft Punk ‘Discovery’ Legacy Playlist

Daft Punk have long been influencers on the dance music scene, check out this playlist that looks into the lasting influence of ‘Discovery’.

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Daft Punk ‘Discovery’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

Paying homage to Chicago House, Disco, Soul and much more… take a journey through the sonic influences for Daft Punk’s ‘Discovery’.

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Massive Attack ‘Mezzanine’ Musical Lead-Up Playlist

Check out our Musical Lead Up Playlist for Mezzanine and discover the influences that shaped Massive Attacks legendarily wide ranging sonic palette.

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Massive Attack ‘Mezzanine’ Legacy Playlist

Check out the lasting influence of Massive Attack with our Mezzanine Legacy Playlist.

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