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DJ Snuts' playlist

Jocko Mackay and Jack Cochrane of Glasgow band The Snuts hit the CJ turntable

1. California by Joni Mitchell

“I should really be going with Chelsea Dagger and stuff like that,” says Cochrane. Instead he's opted for Mitchell’s love letter to the Golden State.

2. I Am by Nathaniel Rateliff

A stripped-back gem from Rateliff’s Falling Faster Than you Can Run album. “It’s my main jam at the moment,” says Cochrane of the American singer-songwriter's 2014 effort.

3. Don't Swallow the Cap by The National

“It’s amazing,” says Cochrane, before adding, “I’m quite sad with music – I only like the sad stuff.” To be fair though, it is a cracking tune.

4. Don't Wanna by Haim

“I don’t wanna give up on you,” sing the US sister trio, echoing the thoughts of 90% of football fans at the end of another disappointing season. (Now wouldn't be the time to bring up Scotland's group-stage exit.)

5. Red Red Wine by UB40

“I’m a playlist listener,” says Mackay. “I'll pick a playlist, stick it on shuffle and see what happens.” This 1983 hit is one that crops up.

1. California by Joni Mitchell

“I should really be going with Chelsea Dagger and stuff like that,” says Cochrane. Instead he's opted for Mitchell’s love letter to the Golden State.

2. I Am by Nathaniel Rateliff

A stripped-back gem from Rateliff’s Falling Faster Than you Can Run album. “It’s my main jam at the moment,” says Cochrane of the American singer-songwriter's 2014 effort.

3. Don't Swallow the Cap by The National

“It’s amazing,” says Cochrane, before adding, “I’m quite sad with music – I only like the sad stuff.” To be fair though, it is a cracking tune.

4. Don't Wanna by Haim

“I don’t wanna give up on you,” sing the US sister trio, echoing the thoughts of 90% of football fans at the end of another disappointing season. (Now wouldn't be the time to bring up Scotland's group-stage exit.)

5. Red Red Wine by UB40

“I’m a playlist listener,” says Mackay. “I'll pick a playlist, stick it on shuffle and see what happens.” This 1983 hit is one that crops up.

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1. California by Joni Mitchell

“I should really be going with Chelsea Dagger and stuff like that,” says Cochrane. Instead he's opted for Mitchell’s love letter to the Golden State.

2. I Am by Nathaniel Rateliff

A stripped-back gem from Rateliff’s Falling Faster Than you Can Run album. “It’s my main jam at the moment,” says Cochrane of the American singer-songwriter's 2014 effort.

3. Don't Swallow the Cap by The National

“It’s amazing,” says Cochrane, before adding, “I’m quite sad with music – I only like the sad stuff.” To be fair though, it is a cracking tune.

4. Don't Wanna by Haim

“I don’t wanna give up on you,” sing the US sister trio, echoing the thoughts of 90% of football fans at the end of another disappointing season. (Now wouldn't be the time to bring up Scotland's group-stage exit.)

5. Red Red Wine by UB40

“I’m a playlist listener,” says Mackay. “I'll pick a playlist, stick it on shuffle and see what happens.” This 1983 hit is one that crops up.

DJ Snuts' playlist
Music

DJ Snuts' playlist

Jocko Mackay and Jack Cochrane of Glasgow band The Snuts hit the CJ turntable

1. California by Joni Mitchell

“I should really be going with Chelsea Dagger and stuff like that,” says Cochrane. Instead he's opted for Mitchell’s love letter to the Golden State.

2. I Am by Nathaniel Rateliff

A stripped-back gem from Rateliff’s Falling Faster Than you Can Run album. “It’s my main jam at the moment,” says Cochrane of the American singer-songwriter's 2014 effort.

3. Don't Swallow the Cap by The National

“It’s amazing,” says Cochrane, before adding, “I’m quite sad with music – I only like the sad stuff.” To be fair though, it is a cracking tune.

4. Don't Wanna by Haim

“I don’t wanna give up on you,” sing the US sister trio, echoing the thoughts of 90% of football fans at the end of another disappointing season. (Now wouldn't be the time to bring up Scotland's group-stage exit.)

5. Red Red Wine by UB40

“I’m a playlist listener,” says Mackay. “I'll pick a playlist, stick it on shuffle and see what happens.” This 1983 hit is one that crops up.

Penalty Pedigree

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1. California by Joni Mitchell

“I should really be going with Chelsea Dagger and stuff like that,” says Cochrane. Instead he's opted for Mitchell’s love letter to the Golden State.

2. I Am by Nathaniel Rateliff

A stripped-back gem from Rateliff’s Falling Faster Than you Can Run album. “It’s my main jam at the moment,” says Cochrane of the American singer-songwriter's 2014 effort.

3. Don't Swallow the Cap by The National

“It’s amazing,” says Cochrane, before adding, “I’m quite sad with music – I only like the sad stuff.” To be fair though, it is a cracking tune.

4. Don't Wanna by Haim

“I don’t wanna give up on you,” sing the US sister trio, echoing the thoughts of 90% of football fans at the end of another disappointing season. (Now wouldn't be the time to bring up Scotland's group-stage exit.)

5. Red Red Wine by UB40

“I’m a playlist listener,” says Mackay. “I'll pick a playlist, stick it on shuffle and see what happens.” This 1983 hit is one that crops up.

Read the full story
Sign up now to get access to this and every premium feature on Champions Journal. You will also get access to member-only competitions and offers. And you get all of that completely free!

1. California by Joni Mitchell

“I should really be going with Chelsea Dagger and stuff like that,” says Cochrane. Instead he's opted for Mitchell’s love letter to the Golden State.

2. I Am by Nathaniel Rateliff

A stripped-back gem from Rateliff’s Falling Faster Than you Can Run album. “It’s my main jam at the moment,” says Cochrane of the American singer-songwriter's 2014 effort.

3. Don't Swallow the Cap by The National

“It’s amazing,” says Cochrane, before adding, “I’m quite sad with music – I only like the sad stuff.” To be fair though, it is a cracking tune.

4. Don't Wanna by Haim

“I don’t wanna give up on you,” sing the US sister trio, echoing the thoughts of 90% of football fans at the end of another disappointing season. (Now wouldn't be the time to bring up Scotland's group-stage exit.)

5. Red Red Wine by UB40

“I’m a playlist listener,” says Mackay. “I'll pick a playlist, stick it on shuffle and see what happens.” This 1983 hit is one that crops up.

Penalty Pedigree

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