People at my workplace this week were making jokes about Drum 'n' Bass being harsh. Ironically, there was a facebook discussion about some of the most beautiful / haunting and Drum 'n' Bass tracks throughout the genre's history on one of my Facebook groups. I compiled some of the songs that were nominated into a single playlist of the most beautiful, haunting and classic Drum 'n' Bass tracks.

I just heard Sinead O'Connor's "Take Me to Church" for the first time and it's really good. No idea how I missed that one.

Oddisee's rap + Bon Iver's "Stacks" and Aretha Franklin's "Say a Little Prayer". Apparently he couldn't clear the samples and it never got officially released but, through the magic of the internet, we can still appreciate what might have been.

Oddisee - Paralyzed

This was mentioned on as one of their top albums of 2022. I completely missed it last year but it's awesome.

Swedish House Mafia's "Don't You Worry Child", at this shawarma restaurant is a particularly grating and insufferable song.

Apparently it's Jim Reid's 61st birthday. The Jesus & Mary Chain are my all-time favourite band. Their single best song, in my opinion, is Rollercoaster.

The most important thing I have to do tomorrow is make a list of the best singles of 2022. Unfortunatley I have to drive to so I am just going to have to do it in my head on the way. In the meantime... here's another release that hasn't left my playlist:

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