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!
Little By Little by Radiohead
This is my somewhat controversial choice as being Radiohead's best song.
Chosen by: John Balfe (Music Editor)
Love Makes Sweet Music by The Soft Machine
Debut single from Soft Machine, fronted by the legend that was Kevin Ayers who passed away earlier this week. Sad loss....
Chosen by: David Bryan (Senior Content Manager)
Poison and Wine by The Civil Wars
I'm going kill everybody's Friday feeling and say The Civil Wars Poison and Wine, its the song I'm currently listening to so that's the reason for my choice!! Depressing but good!!
Chosen by: Claire Duffy (Cinema Listings Manager)
Tick Tick Boom by The Hives
I like something nice and shouty to blare myself over that midday slump.
Chosen by Brendan O'Rourke (Theatre Editor)
Midnight Show by The Killers
They're playing in the O2 tonight and it's the first time I don't want to go to see them. This is from back in the day when they were putting out top-notch tunes and it was still cool to like them.
Chosen by Damien McDonnell (Web Developer)
Satellite by Lena Meyer-Landrut
I'm in a Eurovision mood today, what with Eurosong 2013 taking over my tellybox this evening. Lena's 2010 Eurovision winner was probably one of the BEST songs ever to come out of the competition and it's incredibly catchy. And sure you can't beat a bit of Euro pop of a Friday afternoon now can you? Don't answer that.
Chosen by Sarah Doran (TV Editor)
Calgary by Bon Iver
I've been listening to Bon Iver a LOT this week and this song especially.
Chosen by Aideen Massey (Tickets/Marketing)
Flowers In Your Hair by The Lumineers
Having seen them live for the second time last weekend, and LOVED them (especially when they plonked themselves mid audience for an impromptu sing-song) this is a good'un for those of you sick of hearing Ho Hey played to death on the radio.
Chosen by Caroline Foran (Senior Editor)
After You by Pulp
Gets me right in the mood for the weekend!
Chosen by Yvonne Kelly (Sales)