For Yewth's latest Spotify playlist we've chosen each track to compliment an article in Issue 009. Some have a direct connection with the specific piece while others reflect the pages a little differently...
1. 'Yesterday's Papers' by The Rolling Stones
Like the opening editor's note to Issue 009, The Stones' 'Yesterday's Papers' was the opening track to their album Between The Buttons. Who really wants yesterday's papers when you can have this issue of Yewth? Print is not dead.
2. '2016 Golden Era Cypher' by Hilltop Hoods, The Funkoars, A.B. Original, Briggs, Vents, K21 and Purpose
Progressing from '60 Stones to 2016 Aus hip hop, we chose this track for our Q&A with Golden Era Records' Label Manager Ben Martin. Go read this in Issue 009, the guy knows a thing or two about the music industry.
3. 'DIYS' by Horror My Friend
HMF drummer Sam Kolesnik wrote a piece on cracking triple J Unearthed - a must read guide to getting your band's music in more ears and tackling the music industry... how to do it yourself.
4. 'Moving Out' by West Thebarton
Moving on, we have our interview with West Theb's Ray Dalfsen and the story of Adelaide's favourite seven-piece garage rock hydra. The West is the best.
5. 'Ultralight Beam' by Kanye West
"I wanted it to look like how I think..." remarked artist Pierre Mukeba. 'Ultralight Beam' underscores the gravity of his story and art within this article, and of course the Yeezys he wears.
6. 'Praise' by Motez
Turn to page 35 and we have our interview with Motez. 'Praise' is a banger by Motez. No more reasons needed.
7. 'Accelerate' by Jungle
To mirror our interview with Jack Ferguson, Creative Director of Jungles, we have the smooth melodies of London outfit Jungle. Heading from Adelaide to some of the globe's larger cities, Jack's clothing brand has accelerated in style.
8. 'Runnin' by TXNK
TXNK's interview and fashion shoot is best absorbed to her track 'Runnin', littered with gritty bass drops and silky percussion pops. We've also been 'runnin' around so bloody much to get this issue to the printer. Luckily we made it to the finish line.
9. 'Femme Fatale' by The Velvet Underground & Nico
Georgia Cue starts conversations with her art, through its exploration of mediums, dynamics of the sexes and imagery from history - including female archetypes in cinema.
10. 'Hip To Be Square' by Huey Lewis & The News
On page 61 you'll find our story on Imprints, Adelaide's most beloved book merchant. However, we can't tell you why we picked this song, or what film its in, or what book that film was based on - because of censorship reasons.
11. 'The Bike Song' by Mark Ronson, The Business Intl.
Go get your bike serviced at Adelaide Bike Kitchen so you can ride it until you get home, or at least to the final pages of Issue 009.
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