This Is Our City In Summer

Each January, Sydney erupts into a kaleidoscope of colour, diversity and ideas with the Sydney Festival. Now in its thirty-eighth year, the festival is a smorgasbord of theatre, dance, music, arts and free events that take place across the city for most of January. As always, summer is a time to grab a picnic, head outdoors with your friends, and be in the life. And I wouldn’t miss it for the world. In honour of the 2014 Sydney Festival starting today, I decided to put together a playlist inspired by this year’s program.

1.      Small Faces – Ichycoo Park
2.      You Am I – Hourly Daily
3.      Lior – I Thought I Could Sing On My Own
4.      Hilary Kleinig – Dizzy With Love
5.      Grégoire Hetzel – The Tree (Main Theme)
6.      Laura Marling – Under The Greenwood Tree (Alternative Version)
7.      Henry Purcell – Overture, from Dido & Aeneas
8.      alt-j – Taro
9.      Lisa Mitchell – Spiritus
10.  The Smiths – Oscillate Wildly
11.  Vance Joy – Riptide
12.  Ozi Batla Sydney From A 727
13.  Sufjan Stevens – The Tallest Man, The Broadest Shoulders
14.  Lior – Tumbling Into The Dawn
15.  George Frideric Handel – Zadok the Priest

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