This is the latest playlist in the Stream to the River series. If I tried it out over summer and liked it, it made the list. It’s mostly jazzy and selected from suggestions from the algorithm, but it still had to have the human touch.
The lastest stream to the river playlist is a full festival experience condensed into 51 minutes. Woozy afternoons, big headliners, heavy beats and sunrise epiphanies, all there in less than an hour. Bring your own cider and takeout van.
Time for a new playlist. This one is mostly inspired by the collective shiver that comes when a brand new great song gets played on the radio. I still believe in public service broadcasting.
‘I know I’m not really your favourite person, but you’re mine.’ Taking that lyric as the starting point, this playlist for is based around the best songs from Spring 2021 that deal in many different types of heartbreak.
The new Stream to the River playlist is instrumentals only, reflecting the range and power of instrumental music released in the last 3 months. Hope you enjoy.
It’s time for another stream to the river playlist. This one is more rock based than the previous two. If you like it, you might like to follow wcsttr_blog on Spotify.
Time for a new playlist full of exciting brand new music. This selection is the archetypal middle aged kitchen disco mix. slow, shy build up. gets all over-excited for a bit. then collapses totally out of puff. Hope you find something that you enjoy.
we could see to the river wouldn’t be any kind of middle-aged music blog at all if it didn’t come with a regular playlist. Here’s a sample of what has been on the stereo in the first part of the year.