Sunday, August 27, 2017

August Playlist | 2017

Um, August is over. And I don't know how I feel about that. It's weird knowing that I still have September until university starts again, and for the first time EVER I'm excited about September being so close because I may or may not be going on a little trip. Not spoiling anything, you'll just have to check out the blog for new exciting posts coming soon.
Anyway, I found myself in a music rut this past month, nothing sounded exceptionally interesting to me. So that's why the playlist is a bit short but hey, the songs that are on here are golden.

Gavin James - For You (Bearcubs Remix). I stumbled onto this song randomly on Instagram and can I just say, I think it was destiny. This is my favorite song of the month hands down, I have it on the second I wake up, when I'm getting ready for something, when I'm editing photos - it's just my go-to song because it's so easy to listen to and it lifts me up. The original version, on the other hand, Is very (veryyy) depressing, it's a beautiful piece but the fact that it took me one listen for me to start crying by the end of it... I think that it was a combination of the lyrics + the video itself. That's some sad stuff man...

Far East Movement is SO underrated, I genuinely enjoy their music and it pains me that they don't have any new music out. That resulted in me trying to find something I haven't heard from them yet and so I found Don't Speak ft. Tiffany. I think they need to make a comeback and bless us with some awesome EDM music.

Astrid S. is back on the playlist with two songs: Just For One Night and Does She Know.
Just For One Night is lighthearted and fun, with love as the main theme. Sometimes this is just what you need, to sing your lungs out and dance around your room like an idiot. Does She Know is slower, but the tempo still keeps the song upbeat.

I think I'm not the only one who's been obsessed with Kaleo's Way Down We Go these past few months. That voice, oh my god. It's the perfect moody/chill out song that lets your mind wander. For me, when I listen to this song all I imagine myself in a forest, with trees surrounding each corner my eye can catch. It may sound a bit silly, but that's the beauty of music, it has the ability to transport your mind to another place.

If you've ever wondered what Britney Spears' Toxic would sound like if it was produced by Disclosure circa 2012, then Eden Prince - Toxic ft. Marco Foster is the song for you. Such a cool song, vibes for days!

As always, click here for the whole playlist on Youtube. Until next month, bye!

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