Mid-Week Music #42- Spring Break Dreaming
If you are stressed with upcoming exams and are dreaming about Spring Break like me, this is the perfect playlist for you. With a broad range of artists from Quinn XCII, blackbear, Khalid, Halsey, and more, you really cannot go wrong.
Just some tunes to brighten your day a little!
I grew up listening to the Beach Boys and the Police. This playlist reminds me of my childhood, and I hope it brings you some good vibrations as well!
When I have a big exam or event coming up, I like to listen to this playlist to remind me that whatever is ahead of me can be conquered. So, as midterms season gradually comes to its end, here is a reminder that you can do it!
As October goes flying by, midterms and projects can start to consume our lives. I made this playlist as an excuse to take a break from the crazy and get into the Halloween spirit!
I have never been able to focus in absolute silence. Perhaps it’s because I grew up in such a loud, bustling household, or perhaps because my mind is constantly trying to process a million things at a time. My solution? Instrumental music.
Breakups suck. They happen so fast, so suddenly, and if you're like me, you just want to cry all day. Well, more power to you.
Summer has officially come and gone, but sometimes, all it takes is a song to bring us back to sunnier times.
We’re only a few weeks into the semester and I’m already having trouble sleeping. Usually I can’t fall asleep to music because as a musician I get too distracted, but I managed to find a good list of songs that make me feel relaxed and ready to sleep. Hopefully this will help my fellow insomniacs as much as it has helped me.
I gathered this “Songs that get you hype” playlist through my other playlist called “Interesting Vibes” on Spotify. It emits different sentiments as you hop from track to track
This playlist is inspired by the many goodbyes going on around campus right now: goodbye to classes and professors, goodbye to the buildings where I’ve spent the majority of my last four years, and hardest of all, goodbye to Mentality Magazine.