The past few months have really taken a toll in innumerable ways, especially this past month. I hope the rest of the year has some better things in store for us, but while we wait, here’s some music to fit the BIG MOOD. (Either my personal mood or my interpretation of society’s mood as a whole… Not sure, actually.) Listen below or on my Spotify page. For more summery (and less moody) tunes, check out a previous June playlist here.
I’m very fortunate in that my biggest personal concern regarding corona is all of the shows that have been canceled as a result. This may not seem like a big deal to some, but since I love music more than anything else in life, this is a huge blow. So here’s a playlist comprised of artists whose concerts I’ll be mourning. Listen below or on my Spotify page. For more spring tunes, check out previous March playlists here and here.
Just realized the overarching theme of music in 2019: bops. And there were so many good ones! The following are some of my most played songs of the year, minus those that were featured on the blog before. (But I had to repeat Big Thief’s “Not” because it’s probably the best song of the year.) What a perfect end to a thrilling decade of music! Listen below or on my Spotify page. For more wintery tunes, check out previous January playlists here, here, and here.
It’s been a minute since I last posted a December playlist, so I’ve accumulated quite the collection of Christmas songs over the years, ready to be shared. Of all the music genres I enjoy, Christmas is one of my favorites. And discovering new, old, and very old (as in centuries-old) Christmas songs is a hobby of mine. These holiday gems that get less radio air time (if any) than our modern pop classics are significantly raising my spirits as I get through my first law school exams. Listen below or on my Spotify page. For more Christmas tunes, check out previous Christmas playlists here and here.
Some songs are simply meant to be listened to while walking down a bustling street, wrapped in a down coat to shield yourself from the freezing wind. Or, in my case, while sitting in front of my apartment’s sealed fireplace, procrastinating on studying for law school exams. Listen below or on my Spotify page.
For more fall weather tunes, check out previous November playlists here, here, here, or here.