Playlist reviews: Top 50 Playlists Chart

Monday, June 18th, 2012 at 1:06pm by Will Moreland | Comments


Welcome along to our weekly perusal of the best new mixtapes our fine establishment has to offer: the SMP Top 50 Playlists Chart.

Check out this week's chart debutants and SMP badge winners below...

Make it Count - folk, (mellow) indie, world, chill, guitar

Our highest new entry comes in the shape of this playlist, created by Freekh67Make it Count - folk, (mellow) indie, world, chill, guitar. A playlist suited to "roadtrips" and "relaxing", it features City and colour, Young and the giant, Sean Hayes, Fleet Foxes, Jason Mraz, John Mayer and more.

SMP Top 50 Playlists Chart position: 7

Abercrombie & Fitch

Rikkdance is another SMP user with a high-flying new entry this week. His playlist, which he started in December of last year, is constantly updated and currently features over 100 top tracks – that's over 12 hours of music. If you want to feel all healthy and muscular and American, this Abercrombie & Fitch is the mixtape for you. 

SMP Top 50 Playlists Chart position: 10

133 Recordings Produced by Rick Rubin

Next up, we have an absolutely cracking mixtape from 133 Rick Rubin-produced tunes, one track per album, in chronological order. LL Cool J, RUN-DMC, Slayer, Beastie Boys, Public Enemy, the Cult, Danzig and far too many more brilliant artists to mention. More playlists ace from this user available here.  

SMP Top 50 Playlists Chart position: 13


MAD MEN Essentials

By far and away the best thing on TV at the moment, Mad Men also has one of the coolest soundtracks. Baba booya has carefully put together this playlist charting the best musical moments from all five series, selecting just 23 of the most memorable tracks. 

SMP Top 50 Playlists Chart position: 16

Don't forget to check out the Top 50 Tracks Chart and Top 50 Members Chart.

Long live the mixtape!