1. “Double Bubble Trouble” by M.I.A.
2. “The Preacher” by Jamie N Commons
3. “Jungle” by Jamie N Commons & X Ambassadors
4. “I Got U” by Duke Dumont
5. "This Is Not the End” by Fieldwork
6. "Ooh La La” by Goldfrapp
7. "She’s Not There” by The Zombies
Where do I know that song from? A Chanel ad with Keira Knightley. Also, the ‘60s.
Who’s the artist? The Zombies were one of the coolest groups of the British Invasion. “She’s Not There” was their first hit, reaching #2 in the US.
BRITISH BONUS: In a first of their 53-year career, the Zombies performed at the British Consulate General in New York in early May. This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Zombies’ US radio debut.
8. "If It Wasn’t for You” by Various Cruelties
Where do I know that song from? A Zales ad.
Who’s the artist? Various Cruelties come from west London, with a sound that harks back to mid-60s Detroit. If you were lucky enough to be in LA last spring, you could’ve caught them at the BritWeek Music Festival.