It’s Saturday, you know what that means! It’s time to get groovy with a playlist made just for you inspired by our favorite characters in pop culture.
This week’s playlist is all about everyone’s favorite computer programmer, Black Mirror: Bandersnatch‘s Colin Ritman! Colin (Will Poulter) came on our radar when Stefan (Fionn Whitehead) was hired to produce a game for video game company Tuckersoft. Colin was basically the golden child of Tuckersoft as he was known for making some pretty popular games and keeping the company on the map.
Throughout Bandersnatch, Netflix’s feature length choose-your-own-adventure style installment, Colin came across as almost meta to the whole situation. If you’ve seen Bandersnatch then you know what I’m talking about. If you haven’t…just check it out. In his seemingly infinite wisdom, Colin acts as Stefan’s unofficial aid as his co-worker and, depending on what route you take, sometimes his drug dealer.
Just when you thought Colin Ritman couldn’t get cooler, every time you saw the guy on screen, he was easily the best dressed, he’s got great taste in music and was shown to be a doting father to his only child, Pearl (Laura Evelyn). He’s just a super rad dude that deserves his own mixtape. So let’s get to it! Called Colin’s Programming Playlist, it’s the perfect thing to throw on when you’re making the squeal to Nohzdyve. Enjoy!
Happy Birthday Nick by Ross From Friends
Midnight City by M83
Daddy Issues by The Neighborhood
Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk by Rufus Wainwright
Dog Problems by The Format
Halfway to Heaven by POP ETC
Burglar Loops by Tuff Sherm
Closer by Project Pablo
Wu Baby by IDER
Conversation 16 by The National
Bliss by Muse
Kernkraft 400 by Zombie Nation
Eat Your Vegetables by Childish Gambino
6 God by Drake
The Beginning by Ross From Friends
How did you feel about our list? Was there another song we should have included? Let us know! Catch up with Colin Ritman on Netflix’s Black Mirror: Bandersnatch!
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