Songs of the Week: August 21

  1. Whoa Whoa Whoa - Watsky. This is the most hip-hop/rap my iTunes is going to get.
  2. Smells Like Teen Spirit - Nirvana. Does anybody really know the lyrics to this? Because I just yell the chorus.
  3. Get Hurt - The Gaslight Anthem. With a name like that, it’s not a song you would expect.
  4. Head Underwater - Jenny Lewis. Loving her relatable lyrics and laid-back, yet emotional, vibe.
  5. I Don’t Wanna Break - Christina Perri. I have yet to see one episode of Girls, but if it keeps releasing music like this on their soundtracks, I just might.
  6. Back Home - Andy Grammer. It’s like that song that hit radio waves three years ago and won’t go away and is by a certain Kid Rock. Except this one’s better.
  7. All Eyes On You - St. Lucia. He produced, recorded, and wrote the entirety of his debut album.
  8. All About That Bass - Meghan Trainor. There’s quite a bit of debate on the subject of this song, but musically, it’s a great pop song.
  9. Looking To Cloosely - Fink. I don’t know what it is, but I absolutely love his voice.
  10. Greenback Boogie - Ima Robot. It was trusted to be the theme song to Suits, so you can trust that it’s cool, awesome, and catchy.
  11. Dreamers (feat. Phoebe Lou) - Hopium. Thank you to the anon who told us about this epic track. It’s been on repeat for the past couple of days!
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New Music Tuesday: August 19

  • Taylor Swift announced that her new album, 1989, will be released on October 27. Her new single Shake It Off is available now.
  • Bahamas is Afie is Bahamas new album. It includes the single Stronger Than That, but I would recommend listening to All The Time as well if you’re a Blues/Rock fan.
  • Wiz Khalifa’s record is entitled Blacc Hollywood, the most popular tracks being So High (feat. Ghost Loft) and We Dem Boyz.
  • Youtuber Troye Sivan came out with his debut EP, TRXYE. The whole EP is popular, but the most notable song would be Touch.
  • Sparks is the new album from Imogen Heap, who is basically the queen of auto tune. Check out her tracks Me the Machine and You Know Where to Find Me
  • Karl Wolf, known for his interpretation of the classic song Africa, released his album Stereotype.
  • Kimbra’s new record is called The Golden Echo.
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YOU CAN TELL A LOT ABOUT SOMEONE BY THE TYPE OF MUSIC THEY LISTEN TO. HIT SHUFFLE ON YOUR IPOD, PHONE, ITUNES, ECT. (I chose iTunes) & WRITE DOWN THE FIRST 20 SONGS. HERE ARE THE RULES: NO SKIPPING, BE HONEST! THEN PASS THIS TO 10 PEOPLE (Don’t unfollow us if a lonely Jonas Brothers song that we bought five years ago appears okay?).

We were tagged by: ringodre 

  1. Turbulence (feat. Lil Jon) - Steve Aoki & Laidback Luke. 
  2. Planetary (GO!) - My Chemical Romance
  3. Girls Chase Boys - Ingrid Michaelson
  4. Reminder - Mumford & Sons. 
  5. Heavy Ceiling - Said the Whale.
  6. The Story of Us - Taylor Swift.
  7. Touching the Ground - Brandi Charlie.
  8. I’m Yours - Jason Mraz. 
  9. Do Me a Favour - Arctic Monkeys.
  10. Antichrist - The 1975.
  11. Tongue Tied - Grouplove.
  12. Lost! - Coldplay.
  13. Ugly Truth - Lauren Aquilina.
  14. Outlines (feat. Jason Vena) - All Time Low.
  15. Low - Marianas Trench.
  16. Miss Jackson (feat. Lolo) - Panic! At the Disco
  17. Fade Into You (feat. Sam Palladio) - Nashville Cast
  18. Apples - The Seasons.
  19. The Backpack Song - Bear Attack.
  20. Girls Do What They Want - The Maine.

We tag: anyone who wants to do this!! We’d love to see what kind of music is in your libraries! Just make sure to tag us so we see it! 

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Old Hollywood Glam

The title really says it all; get your red lipstick, Prada pumps or best tailored suit ready, because these songs bleed luxuriousness and glamour. These modern songs belong in the scenes of classics such as The Great Gatsby and Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

  1. Fairytale - Milky Chance. Slow and sultry, and the soundtrack to a summer romance.
  2. Bones - MS MR. The deep piano chords add a hint of mysterious glamour.
  3. Gooey - Glass Animals. The beat-around-the-bush way of saying “I like to party.”
  4. Three Wishes - The Pierces. It almost makes it seem as though the rich have a dramatic life. Too bad there aren’t any TV shows based on them…
  5. Seven Devils - Florence & The Machine. This song possesses ethereal qualities yet still puts you in an inexplicable trance. 
  6. All I Want - Dawn Golden. A song full of yearning and need.
  7. I Wanna Be Yours - Arctic Monkeys. Such a simple, yet hypnotic track.
  8. Hollow Drum - Laura Welsh. Her voice is the only instrument needed.
  9. Fallingforyou - The 1975. This song is like love in slow motion. It would also make such an intimate slow-dance with its slow, innocent pace. 
  10. Old Money - Lana Del Rey. The song that this playlist is based on. I swear her otherworldly style and vocal range have been reincarnated from somewhere in the olden days. Other tracks of hers such as Blue Velvet, Once Upon a Dream, and Shades of Cool would also fit on this playlist. 
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