Do you ever get curious about what we listen to during our working week here in entertainment.ie? We've put together a playlist of recommendations from our hard-working staff in here, all neatly combined into a playlist at the bottom of the page. Get those dancin' shoes on!

 

Fitzpleasure by Alt-J
This is possibly my favourite track from my favourite album of 2012. Alt-J will take over the world, mark my words.
Chosen by: John Balfe (Music Editor)

Goodbye Horses by Q Lazzarus
You may remember it from that famous "tail between the legs" scene from Silence of the Lambs, but this is an absolutely crackin' tune.
Chosen by: Damien McDonnell (Web Developer)

We No Who U R by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds
New song from Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds. Highly reminiscent of his 1994 classic 'Let Love In'.
Chosen by: David Bryan (Senior Content Manager)


End of Time by Beyonce

Probably the best song off '4' that deserved to be a single.
Chosen by: David O'Shaughnessy (Gossip and WTF Editor)
 

Paris (Aeroplane Remix) by Friendly Fires
Love it because it reminds me of my holidays in Iceland driving on a ridiculously scenic road!
Chosen by Yvonne Kelly (Sales Manager)

One by U2
Because why not?
Chosen by Andrew Darby (Senior Web Developer)


Pretty Green by The Jam

Because I woke up with this song in my head this morning.
Chosen by Francesco Aloisio (Web Designer)

Love Lost by The Temper Trap
'Cause it makes me think ahead to summer festival time.
Chosen by Caroline Foran (Senior/Film Editor)
 

I And Love And You by The Avett Brothers
My new band of the week ... and cause I cut the ties and jumped the tracks ;)
Chosen by Catherine Egan (PR and Social Media Manager)
 

Down the Road by C2C
Because you can dance to this tune in the mirror alone whilst waiting for a cab on a Friday evening.
Chosen by Brendan Whyte (Account Manager)

Come To The City by The War On Drugs
For no other reason than it's gift!
Chosen by Scott Rubbathan (Ticket Operations)
 

Talk To Me by Peaches
Because I knew it was inappropriate to play 'Fuck The Pain Away'.
Chosen by Sarah Murphy (Business Development Manager)
 

The Bucket by Kings of Leon
An oldie but a goodie!
Chosen by Claire Duffy (Cinema Listings) 

When Can I See You Again? by Owl City
I went to see Wreck-It Ralph last week and when the credits started rolling I fell in love with this song. It's so catchy and I haven't been able to get it out of my head since!
Chosen by Sarah Doran (TV Editor)