What are we listening to? On Davide’s Radio

As the days grow darker and shorter, I can’t help but find myself listening to more and more “moody” music, if you will. This is especially amplified by vaporwave extraordinaire Blank Banshee releasing a surprise album combining a new approach to melodies and his signature dreamy, yet sharp sound. I’ve also fallen back into The Weeknd’s After Hours, especially all the slower and more emotional tracks that were easily brushed aside by the singles. Last but not least, I managed to get over a long-time indifference for pop sensation Taylor Swift. I figured there was a reason her two back-to-back albums garnered as much as they did, and I was pleasantly surprised to discover a pretty unique, poignant yet uplifting take on indie-folk. In this month’s Bucketlist playlist, you’ll also find some of my long-time favorite artists such as Tame Impala, George Harrison, Trevor Something and Molchat Doma

  1. Heartless – The Weeknd
  2. In Your Eyes – The Weeknd
  3. Repeat After Me (Interlude) – The Weeknd
  4. Tomorrow’s Dust – Tame Impala
  5. One More Hour – Tame Impala
  6. Green Ray – Blank Banshee
  7. Neo Geo – Blank Banshee
  8. Mind Trap – Blank Banshee
  9. Happiness – Taylor Swift
  10. the 1- Taylor Swift
  11. Willow – Taylor Swift
  12. goosebumps – Travis Scott
  13. When The Sun Hits – Slowdive
  14. I Live For You – George Harrison
About Davide Spinato 17 Articles
Often heard belting “Careless Whisper” from his 3rd-story apartment, this busy writer says “dare to be different”. Davide “Davada” Spinato always keeps it real and won’t hold back encouraging his peers to give it their all. Coming from humble beginnings as a punk in the Montreal underground, Spinato has since learned to take in all that the scene has to offer. With The Nicotines as his first project, he took a good hard look at how unforgiving the music industry is and thought “Yep, this is for me”. As a budding producer, he’s hard at work with artists to usher in a fresh take on what popular music can be; from trap-metal to shoegaze, Davada is more than familiar with a myriad of styles. If you ever read about the relationship between the latest hip-hop trends and obscure Welsh folk, you likely heard it here first.

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