#Playlist: Brighton Pride Weekender 2019

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Brighton Pride is fast approaching, so to celebrate, we have updated our Brighton Pride Weekender playlist, dedicated to one of the city’s biggest annual events, promoting equality and diversity with the aim to eliminate discrimination against the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and more (LGBT+) community.

This playlist has been lovingly crafted to include a variety of tracks, by the artists performing at Brighton Pride 2019, as well as some other great anthems!

If you already own the songs and want the custom artwork, please feel free to copy/download it below:

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We hope you enjoy this playlist as much as we’ve enjoyed creating it!

Please share the link to this post, or the playlist itself and give it a cheeky follow on Spotify too – https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5nXqTcFL05VwLPppVaNIE6?si=copqGaOHQFi0lnhz6HYV8w.

Also, if you’ve got any songs you want to suggest for us to add, please let us know 🙂

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#FeelGoodFriday: The Knocks – ‘Collect My Love’ featuring Alex Newell


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The Knocks are an electronic music duo from New York, consisting of Ben “B-Roc” Ruttner and James “JPatt” Patterson. Their name actually comes from when the pair made beats in their apartment and would get “the knocks” from their neighbours, to keep the noise down.

They’ve earned recognition for their productions and remixes for a whole host of bands and artists, including Ellie GouldingBritney SpearsThe 1975Jack ÜFoster The People and Haim.

They’ve since gone on to record a string of singles and their debut album, 55, which features an incredible array of acts, including Alex NewellSt Lucia and Walk The Moon.

‘Collect My Love’, which features Alex Newell‘s trademark vocals, is one of the singles they released from the album and it’s got some serious funk going on – it’s reminiscent of Daft Punk‘s ‘Get Lucky’. The video for the song is pretty quirky too – it’s got that urban feel but with an air of “getting ready for a night out”; it’s just good fun!

What do you think of these guys? Has it given you that #FeelGoodFriday vibe? Please share this link on your social media sites!

Have a great weekend everyone!

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‘Collect My Love’ can be downloaded off iTunes now – https://itunes.apple.com/gb/album/collect-my-love-feat.-alex/id1073325719?i=1073325727


#Two4Tunesday: Muzik Speaks’ 1st Birthday Playlist

Here’s a playlist of all the #Two4Tunesday songs we’ve featured during our first year…enjoy!


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Muzik Speaks is 1 year old this week and to celebrate this milestone, we’re giving you a themed playlist, for each day this week. The playlist will contain all of the songs we’ve featured on our blog during the past year, all themed around the corresponding day.

Today, it’s #Two4Tunesday and our playlist includes:

  1. Dappy  – Beautiful Me
  2. Frankmusik – Stabilizher
  3. Ellie Goulding – Love Me Like You Do
  4. Taylor Swift – Blank Space
  5. Conor Maynard – Talking About
  6. Marlon Roudette – When The Beat Drops Out
  7. Years & Years  – King
  8. Angels & Airwaves – Bullets In The Wind
  9. Jason Derulo – Want To Want Me
  10. Lucy Spraggan – Unsinkable
  11. Nick Jonas – Jealous
  12. Luke Friend – Hole In The Heart
  13. TEAM* – I Like It
  14. New City Kings – Change
  15. Omi – Cheerleader
  16. Deorro – Five More Hours featuring Chris Brown
  17. Taio Cruz – Do What You Like
  18. Life Of Dillon – Overload
  19. Britney Spears – Pretty Girls featuring Iggy Azalea
  20. Prides – Higher Love
  21. Maroon 5 – This Summer
  22. Walk The Moon – Shut Up And Dance
  23. Ryn Weaver – The Fool
  24. Ella Eyre – Together
  25. Aston Merrygold – Get Stupid
  26. Little Mix – Black Magic
  27. Passion Pit – Lifted Up (1985)
  28. Owl City – Verge featuring Aloe Blacc
  29. LunchMoney Lewis – Bills
  30. Dappy – 100 (Built For This)
  31. Frankmusik – This
  32. Years & Years – Shine
  33. Blonde – All Cried Out featuring Alex Newell
  34. Sigma – Glitterball featuring Ella Henderson
  35. Conrad Sewell – Hold Me Up
  36. Tinie Tempah – Not Letting Go featuring Jess Glynne
  37. Trevor Guthrie – Summertime
  38. Jerry Orbach & Angela Lansbury – Be Our Guest (Beauty & The Beast)
  39. Robin Williams – Friend Like Me (Aladdin)
  40. Adriana Castelotti – With A Smile And A Song (Snow White)
  41. Tommy Luske & Bobby Driscoll – You Can Fly! You Can Fly! You Can Fly! (Peter Pan)
  42. John Newman – Come And Get It
  43. Stefano Pain & Maury Lobina – Take Me Back
  44. Flo Rida – I Don’t Like It, I Love It featuring Robin Thicke & Verdine White
  45. Cash Cash – Take Me Home featuring Bebe Rexha
  46. Prince Royce – Back It Up featuring Jennifer Lopez & Pitbull
  47. The Score – Oh My Love
  48. Prides – Little Danger
  49. Digital Farm Animals – True
  50. Robin Thicke – Back Together featuring Nicki Minaj
  51. Pia Mia – Do It Again featuring Chris Brown
  52. MOKS – Otherwise featuring James Arthur
  53. Dappy – Money Can’t Buy
  54. Ellie Goulding – On My Mind
  55. Pentatonix – Can’t Sleep Love
  56. Major Lazer – Lean On featuring MØ & DJ Snake
  57. Philip George – Alone No More
  58. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Downtown featuring Melle Mel, Grandmaster Caz, Kool Moe Dee & Eric Nally
  59. KStewart – Ain’t Nobody
  60. Melissa Steel – You Love Me? featuring Wretch 32
  61. Aquilo – Good Girl
  62. Olly Murs – Kiss Me
  63. Sia – Alive
  64. Justin Bieber – Sorry
  65. Ben Haenow – Second Hand Heart featuring Kelly Clarkson
  66. David Guetta – Bang My Head featuring Sia & Fetty Wap
  67. LÉON – Treasure
  68. Good Charlotte – Makeshift Love
  69. Tinashe – Player featuring Chris Brown
  70. Fleur East – Sax
  71. St Lucia – Dancing On Glass
  72. Hailee Steinfield – Love Myself
  73. Craig David x Big Narstie – When The Bassline Drops
  74. Coldplay – Adventure Of A Lifetime
  75. The Vamps – Wake Up
  76. The 1975 – UGH!
  77. Coasts – You
  78. Matoma – Running Out featuring Astrid S
  79. Zara Larsson – Lush Life
  80. MKTO – Classic
  81. Walking On Cars – Two Stones
  82. Elle King – Ex’s & Oh’s
  83. Izzy Bizu – White Tiger
  84. ZAYN – PILLOWTALK
  85. NAO – Bad Blood
  86. Greyson Chance – Afterlife
  87. Fleur East – More And More
  88. KStewart – Be Without You
  89. Sigala – Say You Do featuring Imani & DJ Fresh
  90. Beyoncé – Formation
  91. Rihanna – Work featuring Drake
  92. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Kevin featuring Leon Bridges
  93. Halsey – Colors

If you want to download the songs and use a custom cover for them, here’s one we’ve made for you 🙂

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#TopSongsOf2015

Here are our Top 20 Songs of 2015!


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Muzik Speaks – Top Songs of 2015

Yesterday we presented you with our favourite albums of 2015, and today we bring you our favourite songs of 2015. The year has been crammed with some sensational songs and these are the ones we think made the biggest impact this year…but do you agree with our choices? What other songs would you have included?

  1. Justin Bieber – What Do You Mean?
  2. Years & Years – King
  3. Jack Ü (Diplo & Skrillex) – Where Are Ü Now featuring Justin Bieber
  4. Adele – Hello
  5. Omi – Cheerleader
  6. Sia – Alive
  7. Wiz Khalifa – See You Again featuring Charlie Puth
  8. Macklemore & Ryan Lewis – Downtown featuring Eric Nally, Melle Mel, Kool Moe Dee & Grandmaster Caz
  9. One Direction – Drag Me Down
  10. Jess Glynne – Hold My Hand
  11. Little Mix – Black Magic
  12. Drake – Hotline Bling
  13. Ellie Goulding – Love Me Like You Do
  14. Jason Derulo – Want To Want Me
  15. Nick Jonas – Levels
  16. Sigala – Easy Love
  17. Tove Lo – Talking Body
  18. Fleur East – Sax
  19. Kelly Clarkson – Heartbeat Song
  20. Life Of Dillon – Overload

The Songs

I hope you’ve enjoyed these songs as much as I have this year and if you’d have chosen some different tracks, please let me know what you’d have chosen 🙂

Enjoy,

Matt x
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#Top20AlbumsOf2015

Our Top 20 albums of 2015!


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Muzik Speaks – Top 20 Albums of 2015

This year has been filled with some incredible albums and these are the ones we think are well worth a listen…but who’s our Number 1? Do you agree with our choices? What other albums would you have included?

20. Ryn WeaverThe Fool
19. ZebraheadWalk The Plank
18. FightstarBehind The Devil’s Back
17. Chris BrownRoyalty
16. Jason DeruloEverything Is 4
15. Owl City Mobile Orchestra
14. Various ArtistsWe Love Disney
13. ChicaneThe Sum Of Its Parts
12. Kelly ClarksonPiece By Piece
11. Jess GlynneI Cry When I Laugh
10. Lucy SpragganWe Are
9. Fall Out BoyAmerican Beauty/American Psycho
8. Frankmusik For You
7. PridesThe Way Back Up
6. Tom DeLongeTo The Stars… Demos, Odds and Ends
5. PentatonixPentatonix
4. Ellie GouldingDelirium
3. One DirectionMade In The A.M.
2. Years & YearsCommunion
1. Justin BieberPurpose

The Albums

20. Ryn Weaver – The Fool

Stand-Out Tracks: OctaHate, Pierre, Stay Low, Sail On and The Fool

19. Zebrahead – Walk The Plank

Stand-Out Tracks: Worse Than This, Keep It To Myself, So What and Save Your Breath

18. Fightstar – Behind The Devil’s Back

Stand-Out Tracks: Murder All Over, Overdrive and Animal

17. Chris Brown – Royalty

Stand-Out Tracks: Back To Sleep, Fine By Me, Liquor, Zero, Anyway and Proof

16. Jason Derulo – Everything Is 4

Stand-Out Tracks: Want To Want Me, Get Ugly, Try Me and Love Me Down

15. Owl City – Mobile Orchestra

Stand-Out Tracks: Verge, Thunderstruck, Unbelievable and Can’t Live Without You

14. Various Artists – We Love Disney

Stand-Out Tracks: Friend Like Me (Ne-Yo), Part Of Your World (Jessie J), I Wan’na Be Like You (Fall Out Boy) and Let It Go (Rascal Flatts & Lucy Hale)

13. Chicane – The Sum Of Its Parts

Stand-Out Tracks: 38 Weeks, Oxygen, One Thousand Suns and No More I Sleep

12. Kelly Clarkson – Piece By Piece

Stand-Out Tracks: Heartbeat Song, Invicible and Take You High

11. Jess Glynne – I Cry When I Laugh

Stand-Out Tracks: Hold My Hand, Real Love, Ain’t Got Far To Go, Take Me Home and Don’t Be So Hard On Yourself

10. Lucy Spraggan – We Are

Stand-Out Tracks: 23, London Bound,  In This Church and IOU

9. Fall Out Boy – American Beauty/American Psycho

Stand-Out Tracks: Irresistible, Centuries, Uma Thurman, Favorite Record and Immortals

8. Frankmusik – For You

Stand-Out Tracks: I Remember, Love Again, Lexus, Cosmic Rendezvous and Say Goodbye

7. Prides – The Way Back Up

Stand-Out Tracks: I Should Know You Better, Messiah, Higher Love, Let It Go and Little Danger

6. Tom DeLonge – To The Stars

Stand-Out Tracks: New World, Suburban Kings, The Invisible Parade and Animals

5. Pentatonix – Pentatonix

Stand-Out Tracks: Na Na Na, Can’t Sleep Love, Sing, Ref and  Cheerleader

4. Ellie Goulding – Delirium

Stand-Out Tracks: Aftertaste, Something In The Way You Move, On My Mind, Around U and Codes

3. One Direction – Made In The A.M.

Stand-Out Tracks: Drag Me Down, Perfect, Never Enough and Olivia

2. Years & Years – Communion

Stand-Out Tracks: Shine, Take Shelter, Eyes Shut, King, Desire and  Without

1. Justin Bieber – Purpose

Stand-Out Tracks: I’ll Show You, What Do You Mean?, Sorry, Company, The Feeling and Where Are Ü Now

I hope you’ve enjoyed these albums this year too and if you’ve not heard them yet, give them a good listen 🙂

Enjoy,

Matt x
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#Playlist: October 2015


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Hey-hey fellow Speakerz!

It’s been another amazing month, full of wonderful music!

We’ve eased you into the week with songs by Chicane, The Japanese House, The Fray and Years & Years, brought you new music from Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, K Stewart, Sia and Justin Bieber, thrown back your musical memories with Meat Loaf, Sweet Female Attitude, Bjork and Sam Sparro and brought you some unusual songs by INHEAVEN, V1BE and Låpsley.

Chicane shared our post and we’ve been lining up some interviews for November – it’s been an amazing month and I can’t wait for November to start!

We hope you have enjoyed our song choices throughout October and you can find the Spotify and YouTube playlists below!

Please keep sharing our posts and sharing songs with us!


OUR CONTINUED AIM

We’d like to ask you, to go ahead and ‘like’ our Facebook page (www.facebook.com/muzikspeaks) and ‘follow’ us on Twitter (www.twitter.com/muzik_speaks). Then if you could please post a status or send a tweet to your followers and friends to ask them to check us out, we’d be really grateful! We want to grow this community and we honestly can’t do it without your support!

Lastly, please, please respond to our posts on Facebook or leave comments on each of our blog posts with your own tracks for each of the daily themes – we want you to share what you’re listening to because we love music as much as you, and we really enjoy finding out about new tunes. Thanks so much!


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#StrangeSunday: The 1975 – ‘Love Me’ & Skrillex – ‘Summit’ featuring Ellie Goulding


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Today I’m having a bit of a #StrangeSunday because I’m loving two completely opposing sorts of tracks; The 1975 just released their new single, from their forthcoming second album, I Like It When You Sleep – For You Are So Beautiful – Yet So Unaware Of It, called ‘Love Me’ and although on first listen I wasn’t sure about it, I’m actually excited about this new direction for them and can’t wait to see them live in November!

My opposing track is ‘Summit’ by Skrillex, featuring Ellie Goulding, taken from 2011’s ‘Bangarang EP’. The song is combination of electronica, EDM and pop, all at their best. The cut-up samples of Sonny’s voice are amazing and the song builds progressively in anticipation of Ellie Goulding’s voice which is just the icing on the cake. It’s a remarkable song and perfect for this calm and pleasant Sunday evening.

The 1975 – ‘Love Me’


Skrillex – ‘Summit’ featuring Ellie Goulding

What do you think of my #StrangeSunday? Are you having the same sort of mash up of different songs? Please share them with us.

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