October 2014 Playlist

  1. High You Are (Branchez Mix) by What So Not
  2. Frontin (Disclosure Rework) by Pharrell
  3. Lana Del Dre by Tep No
  4. If Only You Knew by Tep No
  5. Never Gonna Change by Broods
  6. Four Walls by Broods
  7. ILYSB by LANY
  8. BRB by LANY
  9. Restart by Sam Smith
  10. Nirvana by Sam Smith
  11. Move Together by James Bay
  12. Let It Go by James Bay
  13. Stunner by Milky Chance
  14. Down By The River by Milky Chance
  15. It's Alright Now by Bombay Bicycle Club
  16. Carry Me by Bombay Bicycle Club

Hey folks! With such positive feedback from my last playlist, I decided to push out another one for October. This playlist was highly influenced by the autumn weather and shows I've recently been too. This mix is great to listen to while studying, well I mean, that's what I do with it anyways. In the past few weeks, I had the chance to see some great music live: Broods, Sam Smith and BBC. I fell in love with Broods whom opened for Sam, and once again fell right back in love with Sam Smith. BBC was a great show to go to as well, super groovy as always. I enjoyed them in a much more intimate setting, as compared to at music festivals like Osheaga where I saw them last. I featured some super groovy mixes with What So Not, Pharrell and Tep No. After hearing the LANY mix of ILYSB last month (which was on September's playlist), I decided to revisit his EP and was hooked to the original version of ILYSB. Like I stated earlier, this album was greatly influenced by the weather. There's nothing like a sweet voice with lovely acoustics whilst stepping through the autumn leaves, James Bay served greatly here. Milky Chance's recent album has been on repeat for a while for it's super catchy beats, so I wanted to throw them on here as well.

Disclaimer: I know a lot of these songs aren't just brand new. If you're looking for some brand new under the radar music, I think you might want to go look somewhere else. I listen to music that may be a little older and some newer stuff. But anyways, feel free to leave me some feedback! Happy listening, and to those in school, good luck with your midterms!

Jon