Each week, the current writer showcased at fwriction : review chooses a song to accompany his or her work.
This is Waffle-Rocking. This is your playlist. This is fwriction : review.
"Gun Has No Trigger" by Dirty Projectors - chosen by Pablo Piñero Stillmann (Postmodern Act in the History of Religion #9: The Devil Visits St. Dominic Disguised as a Monkey)
"The Ancestor” by Darlingside - chosen by Alicia Hyland (On The Anniversary of the Suicide of Mr. Wedgeford)
"One Step Inside Doesn’t Mean You Understand" by The Notwist - chosen by Josef K. Strosche (The Tourists)
"Goin’ to Acapulco" by Calexico & Jim James (Bob Dylan cover) - chosen by Leilani Clark (Leave Me Now)
"Anthems for a Seventeen-Year-Old Girl" by Broken Social Scene - chosen by Liz Wyckoff (What We Know)
"Girls in Their Summer Clothes" by Bruce Springsteen - chosen by Gary Percesepe (Three Poems)
"Falling Slowly" by Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova - chosen by Ethel Rohan (Haunt)
"I Wanna Fight Your Father (As Gaeilge)" by The Rubberbandits (via YouTube) - chosen by Marcus Speh (Candy)
"Keep Your Lamps Trimmed and Burning" by John Fahey - chosen by Ben Nardolilli (Two Poems)
"Hospital" by Jonathan Richman And The Modern Lovers - chosen by Zoe Dzunko (The Bruise)
"Nothing To Fear (But Fear Itself) by Oingo Boingo - chosen by Pat Rushin (Nothing to Fear)
"Jigsaw Falling Into Place" by Radiohead (Instrumental Version) - chosen by Mensah Demary (The Games We Play)
"The Last of the Famous International Playboys" by Morrissey - chosen by Neil Serven (Gunplay)
(Playlist created using Spotify)