My playlist…

Friday - - Bookmark - We ask Zoe Da Silva, op­er­a­tions man­ager of Dubai-based fit­ness club Ur­ban En­ergy, what she’s lis­ten­ing to and what mu­sic means to her...

iPod picks

1. Ho Hey by The Lu­m­i­neers 2. Stay by Rihanna 3. Try by Pink 4. Home by Phillip Phillips 5. Lit­tle Talks by Of Mon­sters & Men 6. Be­neath Your Beau­ti­ful by

Labrinth and Emeli Sandé 7. Titanium by David Guetta 8. Feels So Close by Calvin Har­ris 9. Im­pos­si­ble by James Arthur 10. OneWay Or An­other by

One Di­rec­tion

Sound-bytes

What’s your favourite mu­sic? It de­pends on what I’m do­ing. Dur­ing a work­out I lis­ten to artists like David Guetta and Calvin Har­ris to keep me pumped-up. When I’m re­lax­ing, I put on some­thing I can sing along to like tracks by Phillip Phillips and The Lu­m­i­neers. What does mu­sic mean to you? It’s an im­por­tant as­pect of my life both at work and at home. I can’t sit in a quiet room. I need to have back­ground mu­sic, even in the of­fice. Mu­sic you grew up lis­ten­ing to? When I was young I used to lis­ten to Dire Straits, Dion­neWar­wick and The Bee Gees in the car – my dad’s favourite mu­sic. When I was old enough to buy my own, I be­came a Kylie fan. Your mem­o­rable mu­si­cal ex­pe­ri­ence? I love go­ing to con­certs. I watched Cold­play live in Abu Dhabi four years ago. There was power fail­ure due to the rain, but the band con­tin­ued play­ing – it was awe­some.

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If you like Kylie Minogue’s mu­sic, check out her al­bum Rhythm of Love.

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