Pull the sheets up high and pop on a steamy brew, there’s actually nothing better than staying in bed for a little longer than you should, especially when it’s raining outside. Radiohead, Bonobo and Air might make you stay in a little longer than you should and that’s ok.
Do you always find yourself wishing for the weekend? These tunes will make you feel like it’s Sunday afternoon, even if reality tells you it’s 11am on a Tuesday. The Cure, Fleet Foxes and The Preatures are the best of company.
Time to relax and let your troubles float away. Pop your cosiest pair of socks on, pour a nip of whiskey and open your most intellectual novel. Leon Bridges, Prince and Gary Clarke Jnr. will make your glad you decided to spend the day indoors
This one is perfect for a balmy, dry night by under the stars. Switch on the festoon lights, rollout the picnic rugs and shake up a Mezcal Mule. Cat Power, Beach House and Bob Dylan are your guests of honour.
The Doors? The Eagles? Fleetwood Mac? This playlist will take you on a ride down memory lane and we reckon it’s the perfect addition to your roadtrip essential listening. Wind down the windows and turn the volume up.
When you’re feeling like upping the grunge factor on your headphones we recommend this bad boy. Fidler, King Giz and The Goons of Doom will leave you feeling tougher and ready to tackle the world, and possibly make you want to go and buy a long-neck.
The slow and slightly emotional songs are a bit of a guilty pleasure. Crack open the box of Earl Grey, prep your fave mug, perhaps some lemon? And stare wistfully out the window. The National, Lord Huron and John Mayer have got you covered.
It’s no secret how much we love all things tropical, so surprise – here’s a tropical-inspired playlist. Gorillaz, Little Dragon and The Palms (obviously) supply the tunes; sliced pineapple, coconut martinis and pool-side attire are advised.
Classics in the morning, there’s really no better way to start the day. Dusty Springfield, The Kinks and Talking Heads are super great to listen to while you butter your toast and wait for the kettle to boil. Also great music for brushing your teeth to.
Sometimes, you need to wander aimlessly and that’s totally fine. The Smashing Pumpkins, Neil Young and America will make your wandering feel all the more purposeful and perhaps answer some of life’s great questions.