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Current songs playlist

Here are the songs I am currently obsessed with listening to: (I discovered a new strain of music called electroswing — songs bolded below — which I LOVE!)

  1. Parov Stelar — Chambermaid Swing
  2. Parov Stelar — Catgroove
  3. JXL — A little less conversation (Elvis Remix)
  4. Chase and Stratus — Eastern Jam
  5. Adam Freeland featuring Sarah Vaughn — Fever
  6. Martin Solveig featuring Dragonette — Hello
  7. Bajofondo — Montserrat
  8. Adele — Rumor has it
  9. Caravan Palace — Dragons
  10. Dev — Dancing in the dark
  11. Starsailor (Thin White Duke remix) — Four to the floor
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I don’t seem to be getting sick of them any time soon, but it’s probably because they’re upbeat songs with an amazing, energetic beat which makes them great for:

  • Driving in the car
  • On the plane
  • Doing laundry (folding, ironing, putting away)
  • Cleaning
  • ….sometimes even working, because the beat keeps my brain going

What are some of your go-to songs on your playlist? I need some recommendations!

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4 Comments

  1. Jared

    Thanks for the great suggestions!  I am always open to listening to new styles of music.  As I get older and listen to more cd’s I am not that exposed to new things.  Thanks!

    Reply
    1. Mochi & Macarons

      You’re welcome! I hope you like them. Preview them if you can 🙂

      Reply
  2. financialuproar

    We clearly have very different tastes in music.

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    1. Mochi & Macarons

      Well I listen to other types of music too, but they make me want to sing along or play the air drums.
      This is just calming but energetic music for me to clear my mind

      Reply

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