is Martin Roman Rebelski's moniker when he records as a multi-instrumentalist on his own. Then his also they keyboarder of the Doves, acting as the band's unofficial fourth member. He released two solo albums so far and recently recorded a soundtrack and the score for documentaries on BBC.
«Witch In A Bottle» was released in 2009.
If I'm alone, it's good to sing along in the bath, even though I don't sing well.
Kraftwerk love bikes, I like bikes and Kraftwerk – hence the perfect combo.
Impossible to sit still to this.
Steve Reich is ace. His music is for all occasions.
Would be pretty funny.
I think it's their best track.
Well, it would be ace, wouldn't it!
But I haven't got a car, so I have to listen to whatever the driver wants to hear.
See what I did there? Good album though, especially the song «Newborn».
Or something like that. I wouldn't really have much choice, whatever the fans are singing. Probably involves some fighting theme.
Would not distract you too much from what your doing, whilst being a really good album.
I would be bricking it jumping out of a plane.
Polish christmas carols. I only really see my parents at christmas and they always put Polish carols on the record player.
As above, but this is perfect to listen to on a flight. One of the best pieces of music ever, in my opinion. Just try it!
I played chess the other day to this album, and I won!
Cause it took ages to do this!
I don't like saunas, so I would only last a minute in it.
Like I said, Steve Reich fits in with everything.
It's got an infectious groove which makes you want to get up.
I used to bunk off classes to play this on the the school piano.
One of the few Beatles songs I learnt to play on the guitar, which I do whenever I pick up a guitar (to the annoyance of anyone within earshot).
Quite mellow, but you can dance to it when you’re drunk. It has a great bit in the middle, which I always rewind to hear again.
Bad music is depressing.
Always think of one of my ex girlfriends whenever I hear this.
My Dad loved her and used to play her records all the time when I was little.
I would like something really positive, probably a track by Steve Reich. But most of his tunes are quite long. Possibly a track by Yann Tiersen (who composed the Amelie soundtrack). I don't know, I try not to think about it too much.
Not a very summery album, just remember having some really amazing times whenever I hear it.
What a classic track.
It's a really catchy upbeat tune but quite melancholic at the same time. Manchester can be upbeat, fun and bleak too, but I suppose the same can be said for any city.
On 7inch vinyl for one English pound.
Really beautiful, simple song.