Ever get curious about what we listen to while sitting at our desks here at entertainment.ie? See below for a Spotify playlist of song recommendations from the hard workin' team here in entertainment towers. There are some, shall we say, 'eclectic tastes' among us, I'm sure you'll agree. Scroll down and give it a listen and let us know what you think in the comments box or on Facebook and Twitter!
I Can Change by LCD Soundsystem
Regular readers of the music page will know that I'm mildly obsessed with LCD Soundsystem and this song is just one of the many reasons why.
Chosen by: John Balfe (Music Editor)
Sugar Man by Rodriguez
The opening track from the US musician's first album Cold Fact. The subject of an Oscar-nominated documentary (Searching for Sugarman). Beautiful orchestration, wistfully angelic track.
Chosen by: David Bryan (Senior Content Manager)
Breezeblocks by Alt-J
Because they are amazing and I can't stop listening to that song.
Chosen by: Claire Duffy (Cinema Listings Manager)
Wagon Wheel by Old Crow Medicine Show
Because I'm an American and I don't care if you don't like cowboys, I do.
Chosen by Sarah Murphy (Business Development Manager)
I Heard Wonders by David Byrne
I played iPod shuffle roulette this morning and got served this first up. Win.
Chosen by Scott Rubbathan (Ticket Operations)
La Valse D'Amelie by Yann Tiersen
A simple arrangement with a brilliant build-up. Plus, if you close your eyes, you can pretend you're in France.
Chosen by Brendan O'Rourke (Theatre Editor)
Over and Over by Hot Chip
If there's one song that will get your through the weekend, it's this.
Chosen by Damien McDonnell (Web Developer)
Marching Bands of Manhattan by Death Cab For Cutie
It's a cracking tune that makes me think of NYC. I'm heading there later this year so it's nice to have a little reminder of a Friday afternoon!
Chosen by Sarah Doran (TV Editor)
No Angels (The xx vs. TLC) by Bastille (click to play)
Because it's TLC and The xx and Bastille. It's like the best sandwich ever.
Chosen by David O'Shaughnessy (Gossip and WTF Editor)
Let Her Go by Passenger
A friend sent me this during the week and I like it! 'Cause you only know the highs when you're feeling low!
Chosen by Catherine Egan (PR and Social Media)
After the Rain by Comsat Angels (click to play)
A great song that I haven't heard for many yonks!
Chosen by Julian Douglas (Managing Director)
I Won't Worry by This Club (click to play)
Just puts me in a good mood...especially when watching the video shot in Dublin City on a sunny day!
Chosen by Aideen Massey (Tickets/Marketing)
Say My Name (Cyril Hahn Remix) by Destiny's Child (click to play)
F*ckin' deadly song! Simple as!
Chosen by Caroline Foran (Senior Editor)