Saturday Sunshine Vibes: “Me And Julio Down By The Schoolyard” and “You Can Call Me Al” by Paul Simon

Start off the weekend right with two golden classics by the one and only Paul Simon. A little infusion featuring my favourite song and a perfect accompaniment to it’s upbeat and lighthearted rhythms. Whether the sun is out or the clouds cover your sky, these tracks will get you up and put that cheerful jump in your step.


Saturday Sunshine Vibes: “This Must Be The Place (Naive Melody)” by Talking Heads, “Multi Love” by Unknown Mortal Orchestra, and “Going Under Cover (Flaurése Leis Remix)” by John Bull & The Bandits

The sun’s on it’s way out, the temperature is rising to the high twenties and a full day of work is laid out before you. So what’s the best way to start your day and get you in the zone for the hectic ahead? Grab a bite of breakfast, a swig of your favourite beverage, and press play on these upbeat and groovy tunes to get you going and smiling and dancing till the end.

Saturday Sunshine Vibes: “Sagres” by The Tallest Man On Earth, “Brill Bruisers” by The New Pornographers, and “The Party Line” by Belle and Sebastian

Whether you’re outside enjoying those glorious rays or are sitting inside, window cracked open, and sun peering in, these tunes will mix perfectly with the warmth wafting all around and the happy feelings it evokes within. Get up and dance or bob your head around, whatever you do, just enjoy the lovely no matter what.

Sunny Saturdays

What’s the perfect way to spend a Saturday after being in bed ill for most of the week with a week long transit pass collecting dust in your bag? Why making your way outside into the sunny (and somewhat chilly) streets of London to explore. As 11:30AM slowly approaches, it’s time to make my way outdoors and onto the Science Museum for some educational and nerd-filled fun.

So whether it’s boiling hot or freezing cold, try to make the most of the fresh air — Take a walk or a quick nip outside, click play and let the musical Saturday tunes take you away.

“Roll The Bones” by Shakey Graves for Audiotree Live

“Late July” by Shakey Graves