I'm three weeks away from finishing grad school - aaaah!
I firmly believe mental work only gets done with the help of dancing. And I've been dancing a lot - out with my friends when I can, but also in my room and in my car constantly!
I have a whole playlist of dance-y music, including some really moody synth-pop I've been into lately. Thought I'd share a few with you...
First up? Troye Sivan. Oh my word, Troye Sivan. I'm not sure I would have made it through the last several months without Troye! I feel guilty for even picking a song--the whole album is incredible!!--but I think this is one of his objectively "best" songs. It's a collab he did with the imitable Jack Antonoff [of fun., Bleachers, Taylor Swift, etc. fame].
Other stand outs from the album include Bite, Fools, Talk Me Down, and Lost Boy [and the rest of the album!]
Next up? Halsey. I know I'm about a year late [shout out to Miss Daydreamer for nudging me over the edge]. Castle is the aural representation of how I felt writing my thesis :) If you need to tackle something difficult, this is how you do it:
A softer sound... Lights. She has some peppier songs, but I can't get away from "Portal"!
Of Monsters and Men released a fantastic sophomore album. This bonus remix is the song I listen to most often:
And most recently, I've added Porter Robinson. Here's his Divinity...
So that's me lately! These, with the interspersing of whole albums like Lemonade or Ryan Adams 1989, I'm dancing my way to the end of grad school!