23 October 2009

It’s the Friday Boredom Buster!

For those of you still in the office (like us) counting down the last 59 minutes of the working week (obv, not like us!), here’s a little something to keep you going. You may need a pair of earphones as this week we’re bringing you Grazia’s favourite tunes of the week! From an ‘80’s classic, to a Swedish superstar, these are the songs that have kept us going whilst researching, styling and writing issue 242. And ladies – there’s a little treat at the end!

We’re starting off with something for all you cool kids and trendsters out there. If you haven’t heard it yet, this is a real treat – it's an amazing version of Massive Attack’s teardrops. Massive indeed…

We've already labelled
Erik Hassle as Sweden's biggest export since Ikea and his song Hurtful has been number one in his homeland for, like, a million years. We reckon it'll go straight to the top of our charts when it's released here this month.

Don’t ask how, or why, and please don’t judge, but last night this song was the topic of much debate on the features desk. Is it just us, or 20 odd years later, is it not the song of a stalker?! Best dancing EVER though – we love!

We were lucky enough to catch the fantastic Dizzee Rascal at the Electric Proms earlier this week. If you missed it check this out – just brilliant! PS: if you look closely you might be able to catch us in the crowd!

And finally – a little something to put a smile on your face at the end of a long, hard week… if only all public service announcements were this, ahem, informative!


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