We couldn’t resist and even this year we’ve compiled the list of the top 50 songs of 2015.
Halloween, the 10 spookiest songs for an unforgettable 31st of October
10 creepy songs to frighten your friends during the long Halloween night, celebrated on the 31st of October. Keep your eyes (and ears) open…
Forget about classics such as Deep Red, Thriller by Michael Jackson and Bela Lugosi’s Dead. Here’s a playlist of yesterday’s, today’s and tomorrow’s creepiest songs.
Bruce Springsteen – State Trooper
Sonic Youth – Halloween
Portishead – Machine Gun
Pink Floyd – Careful With That Axe Eugene
Bat For Lashes – What’s A Girl To Do
Fever Ray – If I Had a Heart
Salem – King Night
Joy Division – Heart And Soul
Suicide – Frankie Teardrop
Aphex Twin – Come To Daddy
Christmas: it’s time to assess the past year. We have selected the most appreciated and played 50 songs of 2014.
10 musicians sing their passion for one of the most fascinating habitats in the world: music and mountains, the highest of couplings.
Renzo Piano’s archive in Genoa houses the great architect’s projects. It brings young people closer to creative work, which he equates to “looking into darkness without fear”.
The 50th anniversary of the Moon landing on 20 July has awakened the fantasy of many. Here’s the perfect playlist of musicians who have let themselves be inspired by the universe and its celestial bodies.
It is only an old cliché that women can’t drive. These artists certainly know how to.
Music is studded with meteors: the one-hit wonders, artists that shone with one hit singles, but ended their careers in the darkness. Here are 10 songs that made the (short) story of their singers.
The 2014 World Cup is upon us, so here are 10 songs about football (or soccer). From the official song of the 1990 World Cup to the White Stripes’ Seven Nation Army.
Our journey in LifeGate’s archives continues. In 15 years many music albums have been played by LifeGate. Here are the first songs we broadcast way back in 2001.