9 Search Results for Tag: The Smiths

Connected

What does it all mean? Featuring artists like: Elastica, The Jam, Foo Fighters, Grinderman, Talk Talk, Talking Heads, Big Audio Dynamite, Electronic.
Connected - Playlist cover image from the Green Space Collection

Suck My Dickens

Jane Asylum presents “Suck My Dickens”, a Jane Does Christmas Again production featuring an 80s, rock and Goth holiday and winter-themed playlist, along with a somewhat amusing Christmas story to warm your cockles.
Suck My Dickens - Jane Asylum playlist

Classic 80’s Halloween Party

Take it back with this 80s and New Wave Halloween Party 👻, featuring artists like: Talking Heads, The Cranberries, Echo & the Bunnymen, The Psychedelic Furs, Donovan, Soft Cell, Queen, Daryl Hall & John Oates.
Eighties Halloween - Playlist Cover Image

Vitamin C

Where the C stands for ‘cool’ 😎. Featuring artists like: Foals, Talking Heads, Brian Eno, CAN, Enter Shikari, Gang Of Four, The Smiths, Pixies.
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Edgy 80’s

Loud, dancey, electrifying…whatever you wanna call it– it’s you jolt of energy you need! – featuring artists like Franz Ferdinand• Basically Saturday Night• The Frights• The Vaccines• Art Brut• Castlecomer• SWMRS

Edgy 80's

Golden Years

Recall the glory years, explore the ones to come, and live in the now as you bop, bang and determine the meaning of life – featuring artists like Franz Yardij • Wet Leg • Vulfpeck • Yo La Tengo • The Smiths • Human Bloom • Dexys Midnight Runners

Golden Years a playlist by musicto

Atmospheric Tendencies

Explore the heights with an out-of-this-world playlist – featuring artists like Simon & Garfunkel • Coldplay • Greta Van Fleet • Muse • The National • The Smiths • Radiohead • Nick Drake

Tracks to Take you to Europe

Be Inspired to make the journey as others have been inspired before you – featuring artists like Fortheringay • Orbital • The Stranglers • The Beautiful South • The Tallest Man on Earth • Yo La Tengo • Beirut • Soccer Mommy • Them Crooked Vultures • Dua Lipa

Meat is Murder – The Smiths

Opening to the prolonged sound of cattle howling and the machinery of death grinding and whirring, Meat is Murder pulled no punches. This is a difficult song for me because I love The Smiths but I also eat meat, so this song is asking me to consider a grisly reality that, frankly, I would sooner ignore. From my point of view, musing the cultural significance of music, that’s very interesting. From the point of view of the cattle, it’s a different story.