Songs of the Week 186: October 21 – October 27

parcels#5. Parcels – Tape

Wholesome music makers Parcels are back with a new album full of tracks to melt your worries away.

georgi kay#4. Georgi Kay – Toxins

Loving those chorus synths. Been a big fan of the stuff Georgi Kay has put out this year.

mesita#3. Mesita – Yaoi Prince

My adoration of Mesita is well documented, so don’t think this track really needs any explanation. Classic Mesita.

2017 MTV Video Music Awards - Arrivals#2. Khalid – Vertigo

New Khalid Ep was wonderful. A bunch of tracks were keepers, with Vertigo being the standout song IMO.

phoebe ryan#1. Phoebe Ryan Feat. Tove Lo – Heart Attack

The Neon Gold label/blog has been a staple of mine since I came across it many many moons ago. I somewhat credit them for introducing me to the world of music blogs. While they don’t release as much music these days as they used to (C’mon Neon… it’s been like 4 months since you’re last track post!!), they did release a celebration album featuring tracks new and old from some of their biggest stars. I like me some Phoebe Ryan, but I’m a total sucker for another Tove Lo gets involved in. Her contributions to this track really win me over.

Songs of the Week 185: October 14 – October 20

gawvi#5. Gawvi – With You

Very structured pace and sound that likely drains on you after some time, but I still appreciate how the track has managed to capture my attention and has had me singing along.

phlake#4. Phlake Feat. Alina Baraz – Gone

Phlake was my big new discovery in the last couple weeks. A random, one-track listen turned into a thorough consumption of pretty much every track I could find. Gone ends up being my second favorite track from his catalogue.

lauv#3. Lauv Feat. Julia Michaels – There’s No Way

This song is disgustingly cute and gives me some feels.

phlake#2. Phlake – Breakup Business

Been a while since there’s been a sultry R&B track really blow me away. Breakup Business does just that.

caius#1. Caius feat. Neigh – Your Love

Beyond catchy vibes that transport me back into summer. Absolutely obsessed with Caius’ Your Love, thanks in large part to some great vocals from Neigh.