Arcane Radio: DOING IT DIFFERENTLY - VOL:1
October 07, 2019
"ARCANE RADIO NOW STREAMING LIVE & DIRECT TO YOUR EARS FOR PLAYLIST MONTH #3"
The first Monday of every month sees Arcane Radio back for another collection of great tracks specially curated to stream direct to your ears and get you through the month ahead! Our playlists are brought to you from our passion for great music and each one is acutely thought out and put together during our Arcane Workshop sessions. We like to create each playlist to mean something in relation to Arcane Bespoke and we hope it resonates with you too.
This month of October sees our latest playlist "Doing It Differently - Volume: 1" curated from a collection of tracks that have been reimagined, reworked and reinspired in ode to the original recordings that came before; in some cases even elevated to better-known versions. For us "Doing It Differently" represents being creative, breathing life into new projects and putting our own stamp on things while doing things in a different way, just as we try to do here at Arcane Bespoke.
As always, expect to hear a diverse and eclectic mix of artists not just grounded to one style. Some of the 'reworked' music here you will be well aware of, but these songs just had to be included, as while on the subject of great covers it would have been rude not too! We're talking Jimi Hendrix, Nirvana and Muse to name a few of the more 'well known' tracks, but we also hope you may find a few 'lesser-known' tracks here, some of which you may not have realised were actually reworked or cover versions. Other artists on this months playlist include Bob Dylan, The Byrds, GnR, Jack White, The Jeff Healey Band and Royal Blood.
We thank you for your continued support and we hope you enjoy the latest Arcane Radio offering, feel free to drop comments below and let us know what you think, or what you'd like to hear on a future playlist.
For now, we'll continue to bring you our unique products and services while 'Doing It Differently'.
Paul & Siân - Arcane Bespoke
October 07, 2019by Paul Atkins