This issue of Office.Playlist is presented by:
Head of eMarketing at Bene and responsible for bene.com, Office.Info, Office.Podcast and the Office.Playlist.
So he's given the honor to himself to compile the pilot of Office.Playlist.
We kick off this Office.Playlist by jumping back in time to the girly pop of the 1960s. The song by the Danish band The Asteroids Galaxy Tour pays homage to the music of this era.
Other musical highlights in this edition include songs by Brian Eno and David Byrne, the new album by Grace Jones and other ambitious musicians that you shouldn’t miss.
How this fits together on one album? You will be surprised!
Click on a song, donwload it on the corresponding webpage, burn it on a CD and enjoy listening. And cover and label are additionally available.
Not only a revival of 1960s design, but also a comeback of the sound of that era – in the style of the famous "Wall of Sound" technique spawned by Phil Spector.
The song title says it all... "This is my voice, my weapon of choice."
This song is dedicated to the financial crisis…
Talking Heads meets Roxy Music – 30 years after their first collaboration.
A beautiful melancholic track that was inspired by the maters of dark sound Joy Division.
This song won’t bring back the sunshine either ...and eventually, even hope dies.
They call their style lolli-pop. And what do you call it?
Music like a gentle breeze – unpretentious, but hardly random.
A Swede trudges through the long and dark Scandinavian winter.
Friendly Fires and Lykke Li played concerts together, which also resulted in this cover version.