E^st takes control of the Dr Denim airwaves!

Posted on November 21, 2016 by Dr Denim Online Store

We're of the belief that you can find out a lot about a person just by listening to their favourite songs. With that philosophy in mind, we asked singer-songwriter E^st to put together her ultimate playlist.
Indulge your ear drums and check it out below!

 

All Lost - Jack Grace
I have been obsessed with this song recently. I love how relentless the music is, yet how fragile the lyrics and melodies are.

 

Unwind - Gretta Ray
I love Gretta's voice so much, and this song is just such a dream to listen to - her melodies remind me of summer as a child. 

 

 Both Sides Now - Joni Mitchell

No one can write lyrics quite like Joni Mitchell can. This whole song is so bittersweet, like the life the lyrics talk about.

 

Opposite Of Us - Big Scary

This is my favourite song to listen to in the car - it makes me look at the world through sunset eyes.

 

KGB- Bonzai
I listen to this when I want to feel cooler than everyone around me.

Choke - Ceres
Ceres are my new favourite band. Their lyrics are so relatable and their music is so uplifting. Best skating music ever.

 

Glass, Concrete and Stone- David Byrne
I love all the instruments and sounds used in this - feels so timeless. David's melodies and lyrics just hit home every time.

Dazed and Confused- Die Antwoord
Such a quirky track, it's laid back but really dark at the same time... Such a unique sound. And those South African accents rule.

 

White Knight- #1 Dads
This song is like a haunting lullaby, like Jeff Buckley's ghost is sending you a message. So beautiful.

We felt it right to to throw in one of our own (Dr Denim HQ's) fave E^st songs! Get those toes tapping and hips swinging. 

 

Follow E^st on her upcoming tours & adventures around the country:
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