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Posted at 12:01 PM ET, 06/27/2011

Play favorites with...Philippa P.B. Hughes, art aficionado and creator of the Pink Line Project

Welcome to Play favorites. Every Monday, Click Track asks an interesting Washingtonian about what they’re listening to. This week we spoke with Philippa P.B. Hughes, creator of the Washington arts and culture website The Pink Line Project.
Philippa Hughes likes diversity in her music. (Photo by Tracy Clayton)
Hughes likes to be intellectually stimulated by the tunes she listens to: “Anything that can be played as background music, or is the equivalent to art that matches your sofa, bores me…I ask everyone all the time to recommend music so I end up with some really eclectic and wonderful music on my iPod.” Her playlist follows...

Remy Zero, ”Fair

Frou Frou, “Let Go

Arcade Fire, “Empty Room” 

Damien Rice, “The Blower's Daughter” 

The Jezabels, “Hurt Me

The Temper Trap, “Love Lost” 

Bluebrain, “The National Mall” album app 

Seal, “Prayer for the Dying”  

Björk, “New World

Dave Brubeck, “Take Five

By Erin Williams  |  12:01 PM ET, 06/27/2011

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