Record Box

The Record Box is a collection of musical recommendations from VN. It includes both classics and exciting newcomers. It will will updated regularly so keep checking back to get some new music in your life!

Katy on a Mission by Katy B: Actual good dubstep…no really.

Try Sleeping with a Broken Heart by Alicia Keyes: A lovely, moving vocal, backed up by a simplistic and supportive arrangement.

Ill Behaviour by Danny Byrd: Hospitcal records and Byrd at there best. Catchy, mainstream, but without watering down the drum ‘n’ bass sound, a surefire way to get the party started.

Prayin’ (Chase and Status remix) by Plan B: The original vocal is beefed up by dark drum ‘n’ bass beats.

The Man with the Red Face by Laurent Garnier: A beautiful piece of electro house. This old school track is full of emotion but fantastic for a party at the same time, and proves why Garnier is such a legend on the house scene.

The Dark Side of the Moon by Pink Floyd: Classic. Timeless. Own it.

1977 by Ash: The album that broke the then young Northern Irish band, is all that is good about pop rock; uplifting, moving and fun all in one. Contains fantastic singles Girl From Mars, Kung Fu and Goldfinger that you will be singing for weeks.

Lungs by Florence and the Machine: Florence’s magnificent voice soars over gritty yet catchy pop songs. As good for party music, as the soundtrack to the morning after.

The Resistance by Muse: Euphoric choruses, twiddly guitar solos, and end of the world conspiracy-all in a days work for Muse, who prove once again why they are one of the biggest bands on the planet.

Tongue in Cheek by Dizzee Rascal: Rightly nominated for this years Mercury Music Prize, this album reminded people that grime could be fun. Some tougher numbers in amongst the chart singles act as a reminder that Dizzee hasn’t forgotten his routes.

Nevermind by Nirvana : The album that brought grunge to the world, and sent Kurt Cobain over the edge. Every song is a timeless pop-rock classic.

S&M by Metallica: The best thrash metal band on the planet ripping through a ‘Best Of’ set in their home time, accompanied by top orchestra the San Francisco Symphony, oh go on then…

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