some great songs to listen to
A couple of years ago, I had this wild idea to start a second blog for music with one liners like these to review and recommend songs. Take a peek at the songs I was bumpin’ in 2014:
<“54 incredible songs you may have missed in 2014”>
And 17 more songs from my sophomore year, fall quarter:
And now, songs I love, in no particular order.
Taylor McFerrin – Degrees of Light
A fairy ballerina dancing across a dark pond:
17 really good songs: fall quarter 2015
No theme. Just good music. From fall quarter 2015. Continue reading
Mr. Moist Presents: Weekly last nice day of the year
Hi. I’m Maddy, aka Mr Moist, and I’m addicted to music.
Mr. Moist Presents: we back
Mr. Moist Presents: dank sinatra’s finest
Blank Banshee – Ammonia Clouds
GRiZ – A Fine Way To Die Ft. Orlando Napier
Bondax – Gold (Snakehips Bootleg)
Troyboi – No Substitute ft. Y.A.S
☠ DJ Grumble ☠ – Sometimes
SevnthWonder – Higher Love ft. Tokyo Megaplex & Stel Leo
coyote kisses – sunny day
A-1 – There I Go (Mr. Carmack)
A$AP Rocky – Goldie (Crisp’s It’s a Trap Remix)
Other playlists by Mr. Moist, aka Maddy:
Mr. Moist Presents: how can she slap
Mr. Moist Presents: Week 1
If you like eclectic music with no genre focus, you’ll love this inaugural playlist created by my friend Maddy.
Music for Your Monday
A song you like with a color in the title
Purple Swag – A.$.A.P. Rocky
A song you like with a number in the title
17 – Youth Lagoon
A song that reminds you of summertime
Sunshine – Atmosphere
A song that reminds you of someone you would rather forget about
Lightning Crashes – Live
A Playlist For the Bahamas
When I find new music I put them at the top of a huge, ever-growing list and every month or so, I download n new music and name it after some occasion that’s coming up.
Over winter break last year, my family went to the Bahamas, and this is the playlist that I created just before we left. No particular reason why; I didn’t search and find these songs to fit the occasion. These were just the songs that I played over our stay there and everytime I bring the playlist back, I’m reminded of our awesome vacation.
It starts out with blasting music for a sun party, and gradually fades into really chill, really mellow music for late nights in the tropics.
A Sippin’ Sizzurp Summer Playlist
A whirlwind mix of party alone, party together EDM songs, featuring trap, dubstep, chillstep, and really, really incredible remixes. You can’t find this stuff on Spotify…
Quality speakers/headphones recommended.
This playlist eases you in with mellow, psychedelic electronic music and gradually ascends to head-bumping, heavy bass trap and dubstep.