The Linc Weekly Playlist: October 17th

Popular music artist P!nk, having recently released a new album, features at the top spot on this week’s playlist from The Linc, with songs such as ‘What About Us’ and ‘Wild Heart’s Can’t Be Broken.’ Both songs present the talent and beautiful vocals of this feminist pop idol, and showcase the development of her genre.

P!nk, our featured artists this week. Photo: Allison/Flickr.

However if P!nk isn’t quite the artist you were looking for, don’t worry, The Linc’s team of culture writers cover a rather diverse music taste.  There should be something for everyone!

If you’re more interested in bands, then Pvris’ new album, ‘All We Know Of Heaven, All We Need Of Hell’ also makes an appearance in this week’s playlist, with the song ‘Anyone Else.’ This and The Script’s ‘Arms Open’ are perfect chill out songs to possibly listen to while studying.

But, if you’ve had enough of studying then upbeat Slaves song ‘The Hunter’ will put you straight in the party mood, and ready you for the energy of a night at Propaganda.

More of a country fan? Hunter Hayes’ ‘Invisible’ speaks to the soul, and you really feel like the artist is telling you the story of their life.

Another artist that speaks to the soul and is ideal for rap fans is Jalen Santoy’s ‘Foreplay.’  Struggling or ever struggled in love? This song epitomises those struggles with clever lyrics and a catchy beat.

Then again, if indie music is more your speed, check out ‘Now & Then’ by Sjowgren, or ‘Dum Surfer’ by King Krule.  These songs are definitive of the indie genre, and remind the listener of every person’s individualism, something that should be celebrated across all cultures.

Interested? Then check out The Linc’s weekly Spotify playlist and discover a new favourite, an old favourite, or just something new.

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