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Weekly Playlist (June 26): Glastonbury Festival 2013

Last week, we published the very first in a regular series of weekly playlists and as promised, we've got another one for you.

If you missed the introduction post, then all you need to know is that from now on we're delivering a hand-picked selection of 'themed' tracks every Wednesday. To get things rolling, we're sticking at 10 tracks a week, but this will grow in the future.

Festival season is in full swing, with Glastonbury taking place this weekend, so this week's theme revolves around artists that'll be appearing at the event. 

As with last week, I don't want this to duplicate other lists on the internet, so whilst there will be a couple of big tracks, both new and old, I'm hoping there'll be at least something in there that you've not heard before. The biggest names on the festival bill have been avoided to add an element of discovery - you already know where to go to hear The Rolling Stones, Arctic Monkeys and Mumford & Sons.

Don't forget to comment below with ideas for future themes and songs that you think are worthy of a spot. 

ShopTo Weekly Playlist - June 25 - Glastonbury Festival 2013



Edited On 26 Jun, 2013

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troublemaker's avatar
troublemaker 3 years ago
Hold on! You bring up Glastonbury and don't have a Stones track? oor show my friend :)
troublemaker's avatar
troublemaker 3 years ago
I'm just screwing with you! It's a good playlist. I'll always be happy with a lesser known Stones track though.
Jake Green's avatar
Jake Green 3 years ago
I'm trying to go off the beaten track a bit with these playlists. Everybody knows the Stones are there, everybody knows their music and everybody knows where to go if they want to hear it. With the exception of Chic, which I've included purely because it's fun to the point of almost being a novelty track, I've avoided the biggest names on the bill for the sake of adding an element of discovery.
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Dead 3 years ago
Wow, Glastonbury really has gone downhill since I last went.

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