Thursday Is The New Friday: Here’s Hannah Wants’ Pre-Party Playlist To Lose Your Afternoon To

No work shall be done this afternoon. I repeat, no work.

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by Jess Commons |

Thursday is 900% the best day to go out, despite what next day’s hangover will tell you. In case you can’t wait until later, ace DJ Hannah Wants has got your playlist sorted for while you pretend to do work this afternoon. Enjoy!

1. Luther Vandross – Never Too Much

Absolute classic! Puts me in a good mood whenever I hear it.

2. Octave One feat. Ann Saunderson – Blackwater

First heard this in Ibiza in 2003 and I’ve loved it ever since. Pure happy vibes!

3. Solu Music – Fade (Grant Nelson Big Room Remix)

Another one for the happy crew! Beautiful vocal, real uplifting track, I love it!

4. Shy FX & T-Power

Legendary D&B record! One of my favourites, this one’s bound to get you hyper!

5. Olive – You’re Not Alone

One of my fave vocals!

6. Dusky – Nobody Else

Dusky are amazing producers! They’ve made so much great music over the past few years, this one gets me in the mood to party!

7. Nomad – (I Wanna Give You) Devotion

Feel good classic from 1991. Such a sick record!

8. Palace – Element

One of those little two-step/head nod tracks, it’s so good! Definitely one to play loud when you’re getting ready to go out.

9. Kalyde – Switch

One of my fave tracks out at the moment!

See Hannah Wants at Hideout in Croatia for the fifth birthday celebrations from 28 June–2 July. For more information click here.

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This article originally appeared on The Debrief.

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