*UPDATED* Playlist For Death

*UPDATED* Playlist For Death

Hello, hello!

Welcome back to another post. If this title seems familiar to you, it’s because way back I posted the original blog post, A Playlist For Death, right at the start of last year.

If you didn’t catch that post or you’ve only joined us recently, make sure you have a read so you know what to expect further down the road.

But anyway. Very little has changed in regard to my attitude towards this list. Of course, the reason for this *update* is that since it’s been an entire year since the original post, quite a few songs have been added and removed from these playlists, so there are new tunes to share! As much as I love the music on these playlists, I love the use of this playlist a little less. I mean, find me someone who is jumping for joy and absolutely rearing to go every single day before heading to the gym.

Seriously. Find them, I need to know, how??

I’m not saying I absolutely hate working out because that’s not really the case at all, I’m just saying I absolutely hate working out when I’ve forgotten my headphones and have to listen to the music that’s played at my gym.

As per with the original post, I’m gonna break this up into two sections, one for absolute death and personal torture (cardio) and one for weight training. Similarly, I’ve pulled these from two of my Spotify playlists, inhaler and pump respectively, of which I definitely use both whenever I’m at the gym.

inhaler (CARDIO)
Get Me Bodied – Beyonce
Stuck – The Aces
Watch Me – Jaden Smith
Changa – Pnau
Street Punks On A Freight Train – Bryce Vine
Body – Loud Luxury
Heartbeat – Childish Gambino
Forever & Ever More – Nothing But Thieves
Toxic – Eden Prince
breathin – Ariana Grande
Just Friends – Hayden James
Leave It To Me – Bakers Eddy
Show You Love – Kato
Do It Like A Dude – Jessie J
Jackie Chan – Tiesto
Invincible – Twelve Foot Ninja
Feel It Still (ZHU Remix) – Portugal. The Man
Aubrey – Running Touch
Losing It – FISHER
Chelsea Dagger – The Fratellis

pump (WEIGHT)
Barbie Tingz – Nicki Minaj
Walk It Talk It – Migos
Motiv8 – J. Cole
PICK IT UP – Famous Dex, A$AP Rocky
Bartier Cardi – Cardi B
My Hands – Running Touch
Wanna Be Startin Somethin – Michael Jackson
SWEET – BROCKHAMPTON
I Do – Cardi B, SZA
BOOGIE – BROCKHAMPTON
New York Soul – Pt. ii – Jon Bellion
Black Eyes – Bradley Cooper
No Limit – G-Eazy
Adored – LAUREL
We The People… – A Tribe Called Quest
La Di Da – Lennon Stella
destinado a morir – Miguel
Power Over Me – Dermot Kennedy
16 Shots – Stefflon Don
Who R U? – Anderson. Paak
Let’s Begin – Jon Bellion, Roc Marciano, RZA, B. Keys, Travis Mendes
Blind Eye – Ren, Sam Tompkins
Flames – David Guetta, Sia
A Tale of 2 Citiez – J.Cole

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Songs You Don’t Know But Should Pt. 14

Songs You Don’t Know But Should Pt. 14

Hi friends!! Clearly I’m low on inspiration and time at the moment, so unlike last time where I just disappeared for a good three weeks, I’m pulling together the bear minimum to at least introduce you to some new music!

Today’s post is arguably one of my favourites, just because for such little effort, the payoff is generally quite good – you guys seem to like these posts, and it gives me an opportunity to be a complete potato and sit on the couch, listening to one of my favourite playlists, songs you should probably hear, which you can listen to HERE.

Without anymore rambling, here’s Round 14, of songs you probably don’t know, but definitely should.

Bloodstain – Wrabel
Chasing Parties – Sasha Sloan
System – JD. Reid, Sinead Harnett
Avalene – James Clayton
Goodnightmare – Fake Fake
Simple Pleasures – AUGUST 08
Into Me. – chromonicci
No Longer Lovers – Billy Davis
Missing The Mark – Paris Youth Foundation
I’m In Love Without You – FINNEAS
Sunday – Easy Life
Never Knock – Kevin Garrett
Erase – Omar Apollo
The First Time – Elliott Trent
Hands – Brandt Orange
Rich Girl Mood – Dounia, Kehlani
IDWK – DVBBS, blackbear
Shadows – Slip-On Stereo, TRQS

Let me know if you enjoyed any of these songs or find a new favourite tune!! Also, make sure to follow my Spotify for more juicy content :))

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Another Jon Bellion Post

Another Jon Bellion Post

Hello friends! Hope you’re all doing well, it’s your resident President of the the Jon Bellion fan club here, coming at you today with a brand new song, from the gift that keeps on giving, the man himself.

As if an album, a magnificent album too, Glory Sound Prep, wasn’t enough, Jon had to drop some ridiculously reasonably priced merchandise – I’m talking $70 total for a hoodie and t-shirt – with shipping to Australia included – he also then had to announce a tour. A tour I’ve been waiting for, for close to five years. And because that wasn’t enough, without any promotion or warning he dropped a surprise documentary about the make of GSP, and now? Now he’s gone and released another track.

It’s obviously been a wild couple of months for me, as you can tell.

Let’s just get into the song.

Crop Circles.

It’s honestly so good, and I’m not just saying that because I’m unprofessionally biased. Jon shared a few videos on Instagram and Twitter of him setting the song up, finding loops and percussion pockets, which by now, we know he’s somewhat a god at.

It follows the story of a relationship that just seems  to crumble, and the different stages of it coming to an end. There’s some wicked sampling and production in this song, but are we really surprised?

It’s another collab with his producers Mark and Volta who’ve contributed heavily to the creation of this sound that Jon’s seemed to have nailed down. I feel like this song has the potential to reach All Time Low success. I mean, I hope so.

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The chorus is such a contrast to the verses, which have so much energy and punch to them. That’s not to say the chorus is any less impressive than the rest of the song. It’s a nice stretch of Jon’s beautiful vocals and I love the rhythm within it, especially towards the end of the song where it keeps vamping and vamping.

I’ve been so impressed and inspired by all the developments and growth that’s taken place with Jon and his music since the release of The Human Condition in 2016. Instead of remaining comfortable with the success he’s achieved and how well that record did, it’s like he used everything he gained from that to push the envelope even further.

I’m so excited for the tour man. Can’t wait.

 

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May Tunes

May Tunes

Hello friends and welcome to the end of another month! A bit jarring, considering June marks the halfway point for the year, but exciting all the same for a couple of reasons!

  1. I have decided to make some holiday plans for this time next year and I’m already excited.
  2. I may or may not have a new song coming out on streaming services this month….
  3. Also a couple months closer to my birthday and being considered an adult all over the world.

But anyway, I suppose I’ll touch on all of those topics sometime in the near future, but the reason for today’s post is of course, my monthly tunes. I really had a great month of music in May. I played a super duper fun gig with my band and had so many friends and family come along to support us. Some new music came out that had me vibing real good, and I even went to a cheeky concert or two.

Here’s what I was listening to in May, it’s a hefty list, but well worth a read!

Hard Place – H.E.R: Honestly, she can do no wrong. Every new song she releases makes more more of a fan of hers and I can’t help but be obsessed with everything she puts out. Hard Place is no different, hence why it’s at the top of my list this month.

Wallpaper – Spencer Sutherland: Another cool as heck do, I’ve also been enjoying all of Spencer’s songs. I’ve yet to find one that I don’t absolutely love yet.

I’m Like A Bird (Recorded Live at Spotify) – Alessia Cara: One of my friends Amy recommended this song to me, and I’ve had it on repeat since then. I love Alessia Cara, especially recently, she’s been sharing some cool music and  her concerts look super fun, but this cover makes me so nostalgic considering how big of a part this song played in my childhood. Such a great cover, I highly recommend you give it a listen. Shout-out to Amy for a brilliant suggestions.

3 Nights – Dominic Fike: An artist who I’ve actually heard of here and there, Dominic Fike has never been someone I’ve really gone out of my way to look into, so I was pleasantly surprised to hear this song start popping up on the radio here in Australia. It’s a really catchy song and I was super quick to Shazaam it the first time I heard it in the car.

Upside – Allen Stone: Look. I know. I’m well behind on my BluesFest post. It’s coming, I promise. However, in the meantime, get yourself acquainted with Allen Stone cos he’ll for sure be popping up in that post several times. This song is one of his funkiest in my opinion, a great time overall.

Trick Of The Light – Matt Corby: Ever since watching Matt Corby live last month, which you can read about HERE, I’ve been in love with this song. He didn’t play it, but my friend James had his fingers crossed the entire time that he would, so it was only fair that I went home after the concert to have a listen. I love it. The guitar in this song is super strong, and Matt delivers the incredible vocal performance that I’ve just come to expect from him.

Guillotine – Jon Bellion: It happened again. I don’t know what the catalyst is for this, but there’s always a time every few weeks or so where I just come back to this song and play nothing else for a few days. It popped up again in May and I had zero problems, because it reminded me that I’m actually going to see this man live in the flesh in a couple of months when he comes to Australia for his tour. Man, I could cry.

Let’s Be Honest – Billy Fox: This song was sent to my email, and I was inclined to have a listen. I was very surprised at how into it I got. When things get sent to me and I get asked to review songs, I really try to only share music that I genuinely enjoy and it’s been a long time since I’ve enjoyed a song as much as this one. Definitely check it out.

Miss Shiney – Kaiit: Ahh Kaiit. I could fangirl over this chick for ever. She’s come through with a new song, and Miss Shiney is such a funky tune. Coincidentally, the day she released it, one of my good friends from uni and I were having lunch in Melbourne Central after class, and spotted her sitting two tables away from us, so proceeded to absolutely freak-out .

Love Me Less – MAX, Quinn XCII: A tune. A very good tune. MAX has always been a vocally very skilled singer, add in Quinn XCII, another personal favourite, and it makes for a super punchy, annoyingly catchy song. Also, the music video is genius.

Ashamed – Omar Apollo: This. Song. If you thought you knew Omar Apollo, like I stupidly thought I did, you don’t. Listening to this song for the first time had me shooketh to my absolute core. It’s so different from personal favourites like Brake Lights and Pram. It’s like his song Ignorin, grew the heck up, but like, better?

Circle – Allen Stone: This my friends, is how you sing a ballad. I don’t even know if I can do this man justice. You have to just check him out, but this is maybe in my top three songs from Allen Stone.

Let’s Begin – Jon Bellion, Roc Marciano, RZA, B.Keyz, Travis Mendes: Like I mentioned, been on a bit of a Jon Bellion binge. This song was immediately one of my favourites when I first listened to Glory Sound Prep which he released in November last year. The bass line in this song is so aggressive, which I absolutely love, and literally every single artist on this track, goes in. It’s hard not to respect a song with so much talent on it. It’s insanity.

Light It Up – Marshmello, Tyga, Chris Brown: Ahh, my very guilty pleasure. You all know I’m incredibly partial to some hip hop and RnB. I don’t know man, just been stuck in my head all the time.

Evil Spider – Bene: My gal Bene. If you didn’t catch it, check out my review of her concert HERE. She released this cute lil track, and I’m excited to see it go far. It’s super groovy, as expected from Bene by now, and her songwriting in this walks the line of being super dark but also super cute??? She makes it happen.

Blood On My Hands – AUGUST 08, Smino: I added this song to 365//2019 purely from the intro because of how atmospheric it is, intending for this to be a bit of a chiller tune. My bad, I accept full responsibility for not waiting for the chorus to hit on this one, cos when it hits, it hits. There’s some major minimalistic dancehall percussion on this track, and the vocals are undeniably smooth as butter. I love everything about this song.

Fragile – Cooper and Gatlin: I watched the music video for this song, purely because it featured two of my favourite dancers on the video icon, and I subsequently became obsessed with it. Watch for yourself.

Treasure – Bruno Mars: I fell back in love with this song after my band and I performed it at our last gig. It was a pretty last minute inclusion but it definitely paid off, it was a huge crowd favourite, and I’ve been listening to it on repeat, especially at the gym, ever since.

Life Worth Living – LAUREL: This gal. This angel, angel gal. Like I’ve spoken about before, I strongly back the pre-concert and post-concert fave. Before heading to see LAUREL earlier this month, her song Adored was basically one of the only songs from her album DOGVIOLET that I actually listened to. Come the day of the concert and I become obsessed with this song hours before the show, and lose it in the crowd when she starts singing it. This song hits you in the gut in the best way. If you want a bit of pop-rock Florence And The Machine vibes, LAUREL is your go-to gal.

Do Not Disturb – Mahalia: Y’all know I love Mahalia. I’ve been slowly making my way through her catalogue, purely because once I listen to a new song it’s the only Mahalia song I listen to for a week, minimum. I love the chorus in this song, her vocals are like genuine. It blows my mind that she’s my age.

Easier – 5 Seconds of Summer: I don’t know why I was surprise, but I was. My best friend Kate, really gets around these boys, and I can see why. Since they’ve made their little comeback, they’ve released fantastic songs, and this one is no different. I’d be really interested to see how they’d perform it live though.

Cautionary Tales – Jon Bellion: It’s like Jon knew I was on a Bellion bender throughout this month, because towards the end of May he released a documentary, behind the scenes of the making of the Glory Sound Prep album, and it’s magnificent. This was one of the first songs to show up within the documentary, and it really made me appreciate it a lot more. Honestly, this man. I cried, several times while watching it, and then I watched it a second time.

still feel – half·alive: I discovered this song while on my drive to my last day of my internship. I’d had it in my driving playlist, but at this point that’s another version of Mary Poppin’s bag, you literally don’t know what you’re gonna get because there’s a stupid amount of songs on it. However, this song came on shuffle, and I was immediately obsessed with it, and as soon as I pulled into the carpark, I searched up the song again and added it to my yearly playlist. The bass drop had my entire car shaking, which is always a good sign.

So that’s it friends. May was chock full of amazing music – the rest of the year really got to pull through to match the first half. I’m excited.

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Priya

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Goodnightmare // Fake Fake Are An Absolute Dream

Goodnightmare // Fake Fake Are An Absolute Dream

Hello friends. Welcome to another distastefully late post from ya girl. However, this one has me genuinely excited, so hopefully that somewhat makes up for it?

Today I’m gonna take some time to introduce you to a dynamic duo if I’ve ever heard one, Fake Fake, comprised of  Justin and Leith from Canada. The boys found their way into my email inbox, and as per usual, I was keen to have a listen to their new single, Goodnightmare.

Friends. Friends. So happily surprised. By this point you all know there are very few things that get me hyped like a really tasty bass line paired with some smooth vocals. Fake Fake deliver both, and I’ve been listening to their debut single over and over again since first hearing it.

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Justin, who lends his as previously mentioned, smooth as heck vocals to the track, shared with me what the song is all about.

“‘Goodnightmare’ is an ode to the friendships and romances where you find yourself deeply relying on someone else. How that dependency is a freeing and also paralysing place to find yourself in. There are some very personal elements to it, but also a wider commentary on that idea of dependency. Lines like “talk me out of all these bad cliches” and “all of us need a crutch for a lover” really speak to that.”

It’s also entirely self-produced by Leith, who’s the production mastermind behind this machine, and Justin explains why.

“The track was produced, recorded, mixed, and mastered by Leith (producer & instrumentalist) with the two of us collaborating on aspects of that process. We had talked about outsourcing parts of the mixing and mastering process but when it came time, it felt right to self produce and have our debut single really reflect ourselves as a duo and our personal stake in creating this track. We also self-produced the visuals for ‘Goodnightmare’.”

“What are the visuals?” I hear you ask? Have a look for yourself.

Super different, not like anything I’ve ever seen before, but I love it. There’s nothing too fancy, it’s pretty simple, but I genuinely think it’s one of the coolest things ever. It suits the song perfectly.

Like I mentioned, there’s so much in this song sonically, that I think makes it such a winner for me. The bass line really drives the song along, but Justin’s voice is such a great contrast to it, plus there’s that funky guitar riff that pops up here and there within the verses. And the chorus. Ooft. Plus, the lyrics?

It’s such a groovy conveyance of such a universal message that Justin sings about, one that literally anyone can relate to either already or in the future.

“I think that feeling of being in love with and also terrified of dependency really comes across in the lyrics, but more importantly in the music and production as well.”

He’s not wrong. There’s so many different dynamics within this song, it vamps and vamps continuously, even using the chorus as a build -up within the bridge to lead into the final hook. I think it’s a really smartly produced and structure one.

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This tune is genuinely one I wish everyone was hearing on the radio. I definitely can’t wait to see how Justin and Leith will pull it off live…

You can listen to Goodnightmare on Spotify and SoundCloud, and you can follow Fake Fake on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram!

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Priya

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Songs You Don’t Know But Should Pt. 13

Songs You Don’t Know But Should Pt. 13

Hello friends!

Today’s post is a favourite here on the blog. I’ve got a fresh new round of songs that I aggressively believe you all need to listen to.

There are heaps of songs that I’ve been listening to lately on this playlist, so I’d love to know if you love them as much as I do! Let me know what you think in the comments!

 

Leave Me Cold – Freddie Future
Pure – Audrey MiKa
Sculpted – Tobiahs
Busy Earnin’ – Jungle
Either Way. – Phony Ppl
Mornin Dew – Sunni Colon
Be Like You – Whethan, Broods
Stay Tru – Mereba
Since I Left You – Joy Crookes
Like A Heartbeat – Blush’ko
Lah Di Dah – Vibbar
Pink Sand – Cailin Russo
Reckless – Healy
Ball And Chain – Billy Davis
Ornament – Kiah Victoria

 

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Priya

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April Tunes

April Tunes

Hello friends! We’re in the fifth month of the year, and albeit a scary as heck thought, it also means I get to share some tunes from April!! April was a stellar month for music for me personally and I got a taste of some incredible music this month. I’ve begun relying quite a bit on my 365//2019 playlist on Spotify to write these posts, so if you’d like a pretty accurate summary of what I’ve been listening to over the last few months, check it out and follow me on Spotify!

Here’s what I was listening to and loving in April!

Bad Guy – Billie Eilish: Surely this doesn’t need an explanation. I mean if you want one, I have a whole post dedicated to Billie’s album, WHEN WE ALL FALL ASLEEP, WHERE DO WE GO which you can read HERE, but this song is still my favourite from the record. I think a lot of people share the love as well, I’ve been hearing this song everywhere ever since it was released, and I obviously have zero problem with that.

Stay Lost (Cabu Remix) – Joe Hertz, Amber-Simone, Cabu: I can’t recall how I stumbled across this song, but I’ve been in love with it for the entire month and I don’t see myself tiring of it anytime soon. Amber-Simone has one of the smoothest voices I’ve heard and while there’s quite a fair bit of manipulation going on within the remix, Cabu hasn’t messed with her vocals too much and I’m in love. I only recently just looked into the original and it’s the grooviest thing I’ve ever heard so I’m having a hard time choosing which one I love more.

Part The Seas – Cody Simpson: I’m still on a Cody Simpson bender friends. This time, Part The Seas has been the go-to. This song really meets all my blues and guitar solo needs, and I’m always thoroughly satisfied whenever I listen to this song. His vocals are really rough and husky which suits the style of the song as well, but nothing beats the guitar in this song for me personally.

Pure Water – Mustard, Migos: Dude I don’t know, sometimes you just need a little bit of Migos to get you ready to face the day, you know? This song hits different though. I don’t know what it was, but that intro literally has me grooving in my seat every time I listen to it.

Euphemism – Tash, JON VINYL: Another great song from Tash, this time a collaboration with Canadian singer Jon Vinyl, who keeps up and compliments her smooth vocals perfectly. Their voices blend really went in this song, and while there isn’t a huge amount of production going on, this song is a favourite for this month.

xanny – Billie Eilish: Another from Billie’s album, surely we all saw this coming? It took me a little longer to get around this song, but once I did I was all in and this song has been a constant go to this month. It’s the bass, man.

Nunya – Kehlani: Ahhh, had to include a tune from the queen this month. Her mixtape is the gift that keeps on giving and this month, Nunya was the pick for me. The chorus is one of the catchiest on the record in my opinion, and it’s forever getting stuck in my head, not that I’m complaining.

Goodbye Kisses – Joe Hertz, Pip Millett: It was purely coincidence that my friend who plays bass in our band recommended I listen to this song, and halfway through the song I realised Joe Hertz was the same Joe Hertz from Stay Lost which I spoke about earlier. Coincidentally I had also just watched Pip Millet’s COLORS video on YouTube, so everything kinda weirdly aligned. This song is extra groovy, definitely recommend you give it a listen.

Monday – Matt Corby: Matt. Matt, Matt, Matt. I promise there’s a concert review coming soon, but honestly, seeing Matt Corby in the flesh, hearing his voice live, was so much better than listening to any studio recording on Spotify or watching any video on YouTube. The man was so magical and transcendent, it was a truly beautiful concert, and I was shocked to my core when he started singing this song because I didn’t expect it at all.

Therapy – I.M the artist: Well, well, well. Our very own Isabel released her first single!! I’m not lying when I say I’m so close to having the words memorised because of how often I’ve listened to this song and it was literally released a few weeks ago! It’s such a beautiful song and I love Isabel’s voice. I promise, one listen and the chorus will be stuck in your head.

Mixer – Amber Mark: I’ve really been enjoying Amber Mark, and this song is no exception. I had a listen to it at the start of the month and I’ve been in love with it since then. It’s super groovy and her voice is really strong and dynamic in this song. A great song to dance along to.

Overload – John Legend, Miguel: What do you get when you combine John Legend and Miguel? And overflowing deliverance of smooth, smooth magic. The combination of these two powerhouses, the beautiful guitar tone and switch up between the two singers creates one of the tastiest songs I’ve come across in ages. If you look up the word ‘smooth’ in the dictionary it’s just a Spotify link to this song.

I Couldn’t Be More In Love – The 1975: This is one of the most beautiful songs ever. I’m still caught up on Mine, but if I had to choose another song that has been trying not to sappy-cry, it’s this one. It reminds me of the music from an old 80’s rom-com but in the best possible way. Also, Matty’s voice in the chorus?? Insanity.

Unaware – Allen Stone: Okay. Ok.ay. Listen up. If there’s one thing you do after reading this post, make sure it’s listening to Allen Stone. I’ve been listening to him since around 2015/2016, but I finally got to see mans live at BluesFest. And when I say ‘see him live’, I mean I made a point to go to all three of his sets over the five-day festival. This song was the song that stuck with me and my sister who I dragged along with me each time, and we spent the rest of the day walking around the festival singing this tune.

Someone New – Hozier: Another absolute transcendent being who I got the privilege of seeing at BluesFest. I completely ditched my family and let myself get absorbed into the middle of the giant tent he completely filled out, and it was one of the best sets I got to see over the weekend. I’m convinced he’s not actually human, rather just a mythical creature here to bless us all.

Upside – Allen Stone: This is my sister’s favourite song from Allen, and for good reason. It’s so groovy. His stage performance was one of the best of the festivals in my personal opinion. He danced, jumped, span around, ran around the stage and genuinely gave such a wholesome performance you couldn’t help but love him.

Taste Of You – Allen Stone: By the third set of Allen’s that I watched, I had zero shame in wiggling my way to the front of the mosh pits and right into the thick of it, where all the dancing was going on. I was also lucky enough to have absolute legends around me, and it seemed that all of Allen’s mosh pits were filled with people just looking to have a good time. This song was a crowd favourite and I don’t think there were many people standing still during this tune.

 

But yes! Those are the tunes I was absolutely loving this month, fingers crossed May is just as good. Let me know if you had a listen and enjoyed any of these songs in the comments! As always, these songs are pulled from my yearly playlist, 365//2019, where I compile a song for every day of the year. You can have a listen HERE.

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