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Studio Soundtrack~

Music is a huge part of my process, rather this be going for a walk with Radiohead blaring so I can't hear the seagulls or in my studio space (currently my bed) which is a very dangerous game to be playing and has resulted in one too many naps....My music taste varies a lot and I used to listen to a lot of soundtrack music while I drew.  This has changed a lot recently where I live with people who have shown me amazing music and now when I can't draw or work I will just listen to albums on repeat in the hope that something sparks.


I thought I would share with you some songs and artists I've been listening to recently in the form of a Studio Soundtrack which I've made on Spotify and will link at the end~ These are songs which I've been listening to for the last couple of weeks.

1) All I Need - Radiohead


2) 33 'God' - Bon Iver


3) 22 (Over soon)  -Bon Iver


4) White Water Hymnal - Fleet Foxes
5) Red Earth and Pouring Rain - Bear's Den
6) Aurora - Running with the Wolves
7) Stay Alive - Jose Gonzalez
8) 9 Crimes - Damien Rice
9) Rambling Man - Laura Marling
10) Cross your fingers - Laura Marling
11) Re:Stacks - Bon Iver


12) Karma Police - Radiohead


13) Daydreaming - Radiohead




https://open.spotify.com/user/11175194472/playlist/05zT54oVI2t5PsqsUUAd4c 
(a link to all the songs on Spotify should you want to listen to any of them)


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