Relatable, funny, mysterious, insightful books and movies filled with comedy, superheroes, and the richy rich. Check, check, check.
So, music. Here's my top 5 for the year, and a few honorable mentions that don’t get a cool pic attached.
I had to pull my people together. My hope is that these women below will be a relatable, fresh, and insightful voice for things you're already engaging in.
I tweeted awhile back about seasonal depression, and how real it is. Does anyone else have a hard time identifying it in the moment?
WHAT HAPPENED? DID FEBRUARY EVEN EXIST? Probably it didn't. But I'm okay with it being March because that means friends visiting, fun projects (stay tuned), and FREAKING Jamaica! To say I'm excited isn't accurate. It isn't accurate at all. Also, if you'd like to say a prayer that my passport comes in on time, that'd …
You're going to hear this and go, Yep, totally. I could for sure strut down a runway to this. Or dig through a mountain of pleather and knotted up tank tops.
Happy weekend - not sure about you, but I'm real glad for it. I'm a happy camper sitting on my floor in a beanie and crewneck. New playlist ft: Sasha Sloan, Arcade Fire, MUNA, Ry-Lo, Bombay Bicycle Club, Post Malone (!) - check it.
Here's a few of my favorite artists that I listened to last year, with only one word to describe them. As always, click to listen. London Grammar: melodic Christine and the Queens: head-bobbin' Khalid: smooth Alabama Shakes: full Joseph: pretty Haim: cool Bleachers: fun (no pun intended) Nina Nesbitt: moody Miley Cyrus: twangin' Halsey: …
Okay so who decided that recording music along a wall of books and vinyl while using minimal equipment was a good idea? I'm into it.
All that to say, these are songs you've probably heard in some of those classic movies. Or at the pool while you drank Surge before it was ILLEGAL and ate a Chico stick or WonderBall.