Weekly Shot | Pop On The Rocks #2

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You there…yes you that have just tried to nonchalantly open this web page, do you like it when the music comfortably embraces you? When the tracks roll from one to the next and gently fill your surrounding soundspace while you wander about doing your things? Because it would be great to be able to finally get rid of these ugly socks, fix the hoover, do the washing up, finish writing this introduction while having the alcohol sweats after a party that started in the afternoon and never ended…or simply tickle your tummy in front of a swimming pool surrounded by palm trees while reflecting on all the amazing things you’ll be up to these next four months of holiday (not everyone has the same life brooo)…And this, without having to nudge you every 3 min 48 seconds to find the next track? Up for that? YOU’RE IN THE RIGHT PLACE!

WITH LIMO, AS USUAL, WE HAVE JUST WHAT YOU NEED: THE WEEKLY SHOT POP ON THE ROCKS #2 OF COURSE!

So this week we’ve concocted you a good little musical dose devoted to pop/chill music that will take you to the banks of a river or lake surrounded by green hills and covered in cushy green grass where beautiful and talented young people are chilling in floaty shirts tinkering away on their instruments together with a gentle breeze that rustle the leaves on the trees as well as the hairs of curious little squirrels prancing about in the trees, while in reality you’re trying to wipe off these bloody kebab stains from your sunbed. You’ll see, this Weekly Shot will gently go from super chilled British / American / Canadian pop with the likes of Mac Demarco, Django Django, or Teleman to French pop at its most dreamy including Ariel Ariel, Flavien Berger (and his tunes for blue-skied nights) or then Archipel (perfect for going down a country river on a raft)… among others. From now on we will leave you be, on this day of solidarity towards the elderly as well as lame cocks and dwarf donkeys in farms for handicapped animals, to be all discovered soon.

And as we say in the Czech Republic, nazdraví! 

Cheers!

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