Music Monday: November Week 2

This week’s Music Monday shows we’ve been listening to Tina Marie, Smashing Pumpkins, Bok Bok, Tokimonsta and Tom Waits. You’ll also notice Adam has developed a perhaps unhealthy obsession with the music of 2003.

01. Sol Seppy – Part Of

“I found this track in one of the last scenes of this week’s episode of Misfits and I’ve been on a mission to purchase all of Sol Seppy’s music since.” – Alex

02. Thrice – Silhouette

For some reason I woke up on Thursday with an urge to blast out a few classic Thrice albums while working, so that’s exactly what I did … and very loud. This track never fails to put a smile on my face and make me start air-drumming.” – Alex

03. Teena Marie – I Need Your Lovin’

Teena needs your lovin’. RIP to a great voice and such a strange and tragic death.” – Alex

04. Fleetwood Mac – Man Of The World

It’s another week of listening to early Fleetwood Mac for me. Another classic from Peter Green.” – Luke

05. Bok Bok – Silo Pass (Spyro Refix)

Went out Friday, Completely lost it to this. The original was great but I forgot how Spyro upped the energy on this refix. Madness.” – Luke

06. Protest The Hero – Clarity

I’ve been waiting for PTH’s new album Volition to land on Spotify since it released. I finally got my chance to hear it this week and have repeated the process several times. I couldn’t pick a favourite track yet, so here’s track 1.” – Adam

07. The Distillers – Dismantle Me

Following several discussions on the subject, this week I spent far too much time making a playlist dedicated to my theory that 2003 was the best year for music, ever. That year’s Coral Fang isn’t everyone’s favourite Distillers record, but it is great. If you’re interested, here’s the full playlist.” – Adam

08. Hatebreed – Beholder of Justice

Looking forward to seeing this band at the London leg of the Vans Warped Tour this coming weekend. Beholder of Justice is from The Rise of Brutality and also my 2003 playlist.” – Adam

09. Smashing Pumpkins – Bodies

Siamese Dream and Mellon Collie have been my go to albums this past week. There’s not studio version of Bodies on YouTube but this live version captures the energy and vibe of the original. ” – Chris

10. Tokimonsta – Simple Reminder

Really in to the melody, layers and progression in this track.” – Chris

11. Mansions – Dig Up The Dead

Found this on Spotify the other day. Really like it. Never knew of them.” – Thom

12. Tom Waits – Blue Valentines

Who needs a reason to listen to Tom Waits?” – Thom

13. Verb T – I Remain (album)

“Great to hear one of the UK’s better rappers return to the scene with a solid piece of work. The title track is a banger.” – Grizzle

14. Jadakiss – Feel Me

“Kiss Tha Game Goodbye was an album I used to always play when I was a teen. Jada’s tone and flow is up there with the best.” – Grizzle


Luke Pinot

Co-founder of music blog Bass Ache and an active part of Bristol's music scene, Luke manages our mixtape series as well as contributing to other areas of The Daily Street.

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