curators playlist

Guys like…. I am just so happy to be existing in the same lifetime as Taylor Swift. Getting to see everyone getting lurked, talking to Taylor, meeting friends in this fandom, enjoying bomb ass Taylor Swift music and Taylor Swift curated playlists, Secret Sessions, having Taylor Swift go to our houses, Taylor sending us gifts and being there for a chat and giving amazing advice- it’s all so surreal. And I am so happy we actually get to be like ‘hope I get to hang out with Taylor Swift one day’ and it’s not even entirely unrealistic!!!! Taylor Swift is a true wonder woman, I am so grateful. She’s inspired a generation of girls and boys and others alike, and been such a positive and incredible role model. What a SUPERSTAR!!!!!!

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We want to share with you a selection of songs from our playlist! While working on the film, we curated a playlist of songs that reminded us of the film in some way. We could feel specific story moments and character traits in these songs, and we’d listen to it as we worked on the storyboards and animation to keep us in the right mood so that we were totally invested in the emotion and tone of whatever moment we were working on. 

Enjoy!

One last ride for The Wolverine. Fanmix inspired by LOGAN (2017) -

1. Way Down We Go (Stripped) - Kaleo // 2. Old Man Logan - Marco Beltrami // 3. Bad Blood - Alison Mosshart // 4. We Carry On - The Phantoms // 5. Soul of a Man - Steven Stern // 6. O Children - Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds // 7. Mountain Lion Mean - Nick Cave & Warren Ellis // 8. Last Man Standing - People in Planes // 9. Arsonist’s Lullaby - Hozier // 10. Blackbird Song - Lee DeWyze // 11. In My Time of Dyin’ - Bob Dylan // 12. Hurt - Johnny Cash // 13. Lord of the Plains - Nick Cave & Warren Ellis // 14. Lungs - Townes Van Zandt // 15. Restless Farewell - Bob Dylan (alternatively The Parting Glass- Brittin Lane)  // 16. Don’t Be What They Made You- Marco Beltrami // 17. The Toll - Black Rebel Motorcycle Club // 18. Ain’t No Grave - Johnny Cash

Listen on Spotify  // Listen on Playmoss

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Lesser Known Villain Songs - YouTube
Not always from the best movies, varying in obscurity, these are the villain songs that get lost in the shuffle amongst the big guns. Hopefully you'll be abl...

Welp, I figured I might as well make a playlist for the various underrated/underplayed/underknown villain songs I’ve found!

While I may be stretching the idea of “lesser-known,”along with including song that’re more “The Villain Sucks” songs, I figured that the ones outside of the classics deserved a spotlight of their own!

I hope y’all find at least one you haven’t heard before, and if you know of a villain song that needs more love, tell me in the reblogs or asks, and I’ll add it!

“Spotify messed up and accidentally published (early, I’m guessing) a Curated Playlist by Taylor called "Songs Taylor Loves”. “Taylor’s current favorites, curated by Taylor herself.” I could only see it for a minute or two, but I remember that Charli XCX’s BOYS and strangely enough, Miley’s new song MALIBU were among the 70 songs.

The playlist has been taken down, but this is real! Here’s the link. Maybe it’s coming out tonight at midnight?“
- ATRL

anonymous asked:

Hallo, do you know any other songs that you feel connect to certain books/scenes, and if so what are they?

Mhm…there’s so many songs and books…

Just going off my Heroes of Olympus playlist.. the song I feel like works SO well for Percabeth is Love in the Middle of a Firefight - Dillon Francis and Brandon Urie

Revolution - Trading Yesterday is and always will be Harry Potter for me!

Icarus - Bastille completely captures the vibe of The Infernal Devices to me. I wasn’t even listening to the song but as I was reading I just instantly thought of this song and it’s stuck ever since. 

I have playlists for A Court of Thrones and Roses, Throne of Glass, The Infernal Devices, The Marauders, Heroes of Olympus, Arrow, The 100, Danny Phantom, and Harry Potter if you want to take a listen to any of them

Wow I can’t wait to listen to this playlist all the time and fool my friends like bish I don’t ONLY listen to Taylor look at this 😏😏😏 but really Taylor curated the playlist so JOKES ON THEM I’m trash and stick with my brand

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The Man Who Fell To Earth: A Spotify Playlist

  1. “Station To Station” from Christiane F (1981)
  2. “All Saints” from Indecent Proposal (1993)
  3. “Fashion” from Clueless (1995)
  4. “I’m Deranged” from Lost Highway (1996)
  5. “Under Pressure” from Grosse Pointe Blank (1997)
  6. “China Girl” from The Wedding Singer (1998)
  7. “Rebel Rebel” from Detroit Rock City (1999)
  8. “Golden Years” from A Knight’s Tale (2001)
  9. “Let’s Dance” from Zoolander (2001)
  10. “Young Americans” from Dogville (2003)
  11. “Suffragette City” from Lords of Dogtown (2005)
  12. “Cat People (Putting Out The Fire)” from Inglourious Basterds (2009)
  13. “Lady Grinning Soul” from The Runaways (2010)
  14. “Heroes” from The Perks of Being A Wallflower (2012)
  15. “Modern Love” from Frances Ha (2013)
  16. “Space Oddity” from The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)
  17. “Moonage Daydream” from Guardians of the Galaxy (2014)

Listen to this Spotify Playlist & more curated by Rotten Tomatoes here

look at the fire works

And with the plethora of throwback references in the show, it wouldn’t be an opening night party without some retro hits on the dance playlist, curated by DJs Andrew/Andrew. One of the pair’s favorite songs they selected for the night was Puff Daddy’s “It’s All About the Benjamins” – since Hamilton was the first treasury secretary, it seemed like his theme song.

The DJs also collaborated with Miranda and Lacamoire for a fireworks playlist, as at 10:45, a 20-minute display of fireworks exploded over the Hudson River by Pier 60. Everything from Katy Perry’s “Firework” to “America, Fuck Yeah!” to “New York, New York” made the cut, but one of the most notable songs on the list was the fireworks refrain in “Blackout,” a song from Miranda’s first Broadway musical In the Heights.Cast members from that show were celebrating with their friends at the party, and when “Look at the fireworks” started to play, a nearby Andréa Burns, who was in the original cast, shouted “I knew it!”

However, the party didn’t stop there. As soon as the fireworks concluded, everyone heard “Roots crew to the stage, please” and a surprised concert from The Roots started. Questlove and Black Thought are executive producing the original cast recording of Hamilton on Atlantic Records, and the group played an hour-long set. Cast members like Daveed Diggs, who plays Thomas Jefferson, and Leslie Odom, Jr., who plays Hamilton’s nemesis Aaron Burr, rocked out in the front row of a massive crowd.

At the end of the set, the group started calling for Miranda, who pushed his way across dance floor to get to the stage, where The Roots laid down a beat for him to freestyle his feelings.

“I’m not throwing away my shot!” Miranda started, a nod to the song from Hamilton“My Shot.” “This party’s going to go ’til like half-past seven. I swear to fucking God, I died and went to heaven.”

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One year later flashbacks:

There’s still time to wring a last little bit of goodness out of this summer. Here’s another couple of Driver-curated playlists! Volume 5 is a general mix of good stuff, and 6 is a special collection of torch songs and not-love songs. Enjoy.

Driver’s Mixtape Vol. 5

  1. “Rebel Rebel" by David Bowie
  2. “Dance To the Music" by Sly & the Family Stone
  3. “I Can’t Explain" by The Who
  4. “Bus Stop" by The Hollies
  5. “Saturday Night’s All Right For Fighting” by Elton John
  6. “Jeepster” by T. Rex
  7. “The Loco-Motion" by Grand Funk Railroad
  8. “This Town Ain’t Big Enough" by Sparks
  9. “Fire" by Jimi Hendrix
  10. “Ride My See-Saw" by The Moody Blues
  11. “Psychotic Reaction” by The Count Five
  12. “We Gotta Get Out of This Place" by The Animals
  13. “Keep on Rollin'” by Stone the Crows
  14. “Abracadabra" by Blue Ash
  15. “September Gurls" by Big Star
  16. “Cinnamon Girl” by Neil Young
  17. “It Ain’t No Fun to Me" by Al Green
  18. “A Whiter Shade of Pale" by Procol Harum
  19. “Caravan" by Van Morrison
  20. “Rock and Roll" by The Velvet Underground
  21. “Instant Karma!“ by John Lennon
  22. “Big Yellow Taxi” by Joni Mitchell
  23. “My Tennessee Mountain Home” by Dolly Parton
  24. “Dancin’ in the Moonlight" by King Harvest

Driver’s Mixtape Vol. 6

  1. “Why Does Love Got to Be So Sad?“ by Derek & the Dominos
  2. “It’s Too Late” by Carole King
  3. “A Case of You" by Joni Mitchell
  4. “These Boots Are Made For Walkin’“ by Nancy Sinatra
  5. “Fever” by Peggy Lee
  6. “Bring It On Home to Me" by Sam Cooke
  7. “What Becomes of the Brokenhearted" by Jimmy Ruffin
  8. “You Don’t Have to Say You Love Me" by Dusty Springfield
  9. “Be My Baby" by The Ronettes
  10. “One Fine Day" by The Chiffons
  11. “The Tracks of My Tears" by Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
  12. “It’s the Same Old Song" by The Four Tops
  13. “This Old Heart of Mine" by The Isley Brothers
  14. “Bye Bye Love" by Ray Charles
  15. “(You’re The) Devil in Disguise" by Elvis Presley
  16. “Flesh and Blood" by Johnny Cash
  17. “Catch the Wind" by Donovan
  18. “God Only Knows" by The Beach Boys
  19. “Go Now" by The Moody Blues
  20. “Angie" by The Rolling Stones
  21. “Babe I’m Gonna Leave You" by Led Zeppelin

[Volumes 1 & 2] [Volumes 3 & 4]

Replay

We all have that special playlist
Curated in our heads,
The significance known
To us alone–when those songs
Come on, we drift along
On a current of memories,
Reliving the moments when
They unwittingly became part
Of our life’s soundtrack…

Lazy days of childhood summers,
A radio always on somewhere,
Ice cream truck ditty like clockwork.
Car rides to school with
Friends, cranking it up and
Singing along with abandon.
Dances in made-over gymnasiums,
Sweaty palms and nervous small talk.
Breakups and heartbreaks,
Crying to the songs that seemed
To feel your pain with you.
Celebrating milestones, with tunes
To match your joyous mood.

We replay these experiences
In stereo when the songs
That helped shaped them
Grace our ears again.

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Wasn’t seeing a lot of alt/rock or non-pop indie music in the Gallavich playlists ‘round here, which I found a shame, so I made my own! I haven’t seen any of these songs on a fanmix yet, so enjoy ~

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Spotify Asian Pacific Islander American Heritage Month Playlists
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Spotify has featured playlists curated by APA artists in celebration of Asian America Pacific Islander Heritage Month!

Artists include: Jai Wolf, Run River North, Far East Movement, Dumbfoundead, Year of the OX, SATICA, Kronika, Jay Pak, Eric Nam, Yaeji, Taiyo Na, David Choi, Yuna, TRACE, starRO

This is a drabble for @haloeverlasting based on yesterday’s real life events when I got home from work. Additionally it is soft, no smut abo for @lululawrence and @londonfoginacup. It’s 1500 words (is that really a drabble? Probably not.) So I put some under a cut.


Harry’s favorite thing to do at the end of the day was get into his bed. It was a beautiful, fluffy, white, luxurious bed. The rest of his apartment was about two square feet and he barely had room to fit the rest of his stuff, but he had his bed.

After a long, draining day of work selling tickets to ungrateful, entitled museum visitors, all Harry wanted to do was climb into the soft cloud and read or play around on his computer, and relax.

On this particular day, that was exactly what he did; pulled the covers back, plugged his dying phone into his extra long charger cord so he could flip over if he wanted to, and settled in to read the new gay Young Adult novel that was supposed to be the next big thing.

Can I lay by your siiiiiiiide…

He was half a chapter in before Sam Smith’s smooth vocals burst through the neighborhood. There were so many buildings clustered together, it was impossible for him to tell where it was coming from.

Alright, sure. Harry thought to himself. He liked Sam Smith. He didn’t love that the person was blasting it at full volume, but okay.

Once his ears had adjusted to the new disturbance in the air, he settled back under his duvet. “Lay Me Down” finished, and “Stay With Me” began.

Just the album, then. In the Lonely Hour.

Oh, won’t you staaaay with me?

Harry sighed, and picked his book up again. His reading was slower than normal, because of the distractions, so he only got a few more paragraphs under his belt before the thumping drum of “I’m Not the Only One” vibrated through the building.That was some sound system they had.

You saaaaaay I’m crazy, ‘cause you don’t think I know what you’ve done…

Fully distracted now, Harry let his mind wander. This song always made him think of the music video with Diana Agron looking every bit the fifties housewife and her gorgeous acting and eventual revenge. Genius. Maybe he should watch it.

Harry shook his head and picked up his book again. Okay. He could do this. Victorian England. Boys. Best friends on their Grand Tour of Europe.

The song faded out, and there were a few bursts of sound that indicated the person was skipping tracks. Pick one already.

Finally, a familiar piano melody began.

I heard… that you’re settled down…

Harry slammed his book shut. That was it. They brought out the big guns. Adele.

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we went from reminiscing about old playlists taylor would randomly post out of thin air to having a curated spotify playlist with like 70 songs on it…………………that’s mad love

Something Wicked

Halloween may be a week behind us, but the season of the witch lives on in my heart. Here is a playlist I curated for my favourite holiday.

“Ding-Dong! The Witch Is Dead” - Ella Fitzgerald

“Gods & Monsters” - Lana Del Rey

“Psycho Killer” - Talking Heads

“Devil With A Blue Dress” - Mitch Ryder & The Detroit Wheels

“Creep” - Radiohead

“Evil Woman” - Electric Light Orchestra

“Highway To Hell” - AC/DC

“Black Magic Woman” - Santana

“I Want To Be Evil” - Eartha Kitt

“Superstition” - Stevie Wonder

“Bewitched” - Frank Sinatra

“I Put A Spell On You” - Screamin’ Jay Hawkins

“Walking With A Ghost”- Tegan & Sara

“Sympathy For The Devil” - The Rolling Stones

“Heads Will Roll” - Yeah Yeah Yeahs

“Bad Moon Rising” - Creedence Clearwater

“Disturbia” - Rihanna

“Werewolves Of London” - Warren Zevon

“Lil Red Riding Hood” - Sam The Sham & The Pharohs

“Get Ur Freak On” - Missy Elliott

“Alabama Song” - The Doors

“Bad Things” - Jace Everett

“Season Of The Witch” - Steve Stills

“Bela Lugosi’s Dead” - Bauhaus

“(Ghost) Riders In The Sky” - Johnny Cash

“Spooky” - Dusty Springfield

“Scary Monsters (And Super Creeps) - David Bowie

"Zombie” - The Cranberries

“Devil In A New Dress” - Kanye West

“Witchy Woman” - Eagles

“Rhiannon” - Fleetwood Mac

“Tokyo Witch” - Beach House

“Black Betty” - Ram Jam