Cooking Pt. 2 Playlist
You can never have too many options for cooking playlists, this month we’re bringing you an international playlist full of music to get you dancing in the kitchen.
With New Years resolutions in full swing we’re all in need of something to keep us in the zone on the treadmill. This month Table has you covered with a playlist full of beats to keep you going.
As soon as it hits December 1st the Table team is in full holiday mode. This is a selection of songs for people looking for tunes that aren’t too full-on Christmas but more of a gentle nod. Enjoy
Who doesn’t love an acoustic playlist in the Autumn? This month Aimee has compiled a list of some of her favourite acoustic tunes for you to listen to on these chilly October mornings.
This weekend the Table Magazine team are getting pumped for a weekend filled with food and jamming tunes at Wilderness Festival. We've compiled a playlist of some of our favourites from the line up.
Ever hear a song on the radio and get transported back to a scene in a film you love? From Hugh Grant as PM dancing around 10 Downing to Will Smith fighting off aliens in The Men in Black. Enjoy!
With temperatures cooling down, children returning to school and the days getting shorter, we wanted to share music to help you slow down too. Enjoy the soft melodies we've collected for you over a cuppa.
With a mix of neo-soul + R&B this playlist will have you dancing until the sun goes down. Remember you can follow any of our playlists on Spotify. Or come visit us on this page!
Dinner Party Playlist
The music you play during your dinner helps create the right mood. We've come up with a compilation that stays in the background and encourages conversation.
Music is essential when cooking, our team has created a playlist combining some of our favourite Motown classics mixed in with new R&B. We encourage you to sing and dance along!
We wanted to create a collection of playlists that could be perfect for a Saturday when you're planning to entertain friends and family. This first playlist is just the thing to listen to as you head to your local market to buy groceries.