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Weekend Playlist: Symbols Party

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Earlier this week, we had the pleasure of speaking with Symbols frontman and Flaunt DJ John Richters (better-known by his performance monicker J.J. Contramus).Over the course of our interview, we discussed his ideal set to dance to, outside of the confines of the DJ booth. We gave it a listen and were not at all surprised to see how good it was.

This weekend, sway lazily in a drunken stupor until the early hours of the morning. We've got faith in J.J. and know that these are some of the best songs to vamp out to. Also, we took the liberty of adding Symbols' remix of Adele's "Rolling in the Deep," which fits in very nicely, in our opinion.

As always, we invite you to visit our official 8tracks page, where you can listen to all of the previous playlists we've made. You can also make your own and follow us!

Track listing:

Light Asylum - "Dark Allies"
Crystal Castles - "Baptism"
White Ring - "ixc999"
Symbols - "Rolling in the Deep (Symbols' Drag Bounce)"
The Knife - "Silent Shout"
Cut Copy - "Lights and Music"
Daft Punk - "Face to Face"
Martin Solveig & Dragonette - "Hello"
The Weeknd - "High for This"
Alice Deejay - "Better Off Alone"
Big Freedia - "Y'all Get Back Now"


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