Time for another playlist! I don’t foresee posting to this blog too much in the future, but I do want to post the occasional playlist with music I’ve been into lately. This mix has a lot of guitar-heavy/folk/psychedelic/electronic type stuff. Enjoy.
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Look! I made another Fall playlist. Consists of albums that have been released in the last month or two with the exception of Centipede Hz by Animal Collective which was released last year. Enjoy!
Sorry it’s been a little while since I’ve posted. Here’s a playlist I made for your ears (for listening) and limbs (for dancing). It’s mostly songs released from the last couple years, but there’s one by Arthur Russell which is from the 1980’s. Each artist is unique and lovely, so be sure to give each one a thorough listen.
Here we have a rather eclectic winter playlist. Starts out a little folky, moves to some chamber pop, then to some more electronic sounding songs. Some of these tunes are old favorites, some are new favorites, but of course all fantastic. Hope you enjoy!
I’m reluctantly accepting the fact that finals are upon me, and most other college students in the US… so to make it more bearable, I’ve made this playlist filled with all sorts of musical wonders.
"Synthy" is a new word in my books these days because I keep listening to this darn playlist. I put this set of songs together a couple weeks ago on a Tuesday with the intention of just listening to it that particular day, but I keep coming back to it. So, I thought to myself, it’s Tuesday, and I think my followers might like these Synthy Jams, so here we are!
With a couple of these songs, you could probably argue how “synthy” they really are, but whatever, just go with me…
1. Run Away by The Revival Hour
2. Yr Not Alone by Cat Martino (Featuring Sufjan Stevens)
3. Faded High by Gayngs
4. Whitman by Richard Swift
5. Funny Morning by Yuuki Matthews
If you like it, reblog it!
Here’s my “official” playlist for you all. It’s got a hodgepodge of artists, but it mostly sticks to a mellow/folksy/occasional electronic theme.
If you aren’t familiar with some of these bands, check them out. Good music for a nice Fall day! (or evening)