songs of the week // july 21st, 2017

This week I’ve been listening to:

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Summer Bummer // Lana Del Rey feat. A$AP Rock & Playboi Carti

Lana Del Rey’s Lust for Life has easily been one of the most highly anticipated albums of 2017 – & for good reason. With collabs with from A$AP Rocky to Stevie Nicks & Sean Lennon – there’s a little bit of something for everyone. I’ve personally been following Lana since her debut & she’s been a joy to watch grow as an artist. There isn’t another artist today like her. I’ve only listened to the album once & it’s incredible, every song is great. If you were a fan of Honeymoon and Born to Die, this album is very similar to those aesthetics with more of a hip-hop and acoustic edge. My favorite right now is Summer Bummer, but I’m sure that’ll change the more I listen to it.

 

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Gematria (The Killing Name) // Slipknot

As I said a few weeks ago, metal has grown on me but Slipknot has really grown on me. I think what draws me to Slipknot the most is the lead singer, Corey Taylor. Diverse is almost an understatement to describe him, Corey can go from angry, growling metal vocals to moody brooding alt rock songs such of Through Glass from Stone Sour. (Just a note, he has the second widest vocal range out of all popular artists at 5 & a half octaves) Corey’s vocal range & political outrage seeps through my speakers with Gematria and I love it. This has been on replay for me the last couple weeks & quite frankly, I need to expand my horizons & discover more Slipknot songs.

 

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Teenagers // My Chemical Romace

The Black Parade is by far one of my favorite records of all time. Even upon it’s release at the age of 10, I could tell there was something extrodinary about this record. Teenagers is one of my absolute favorite songs off not only the record, but all time.

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