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Summer Playlist for 2011 a la Britt (I like 'a la' a lot.)

Usually I go into much more detail with these kind of lists, but today not so much. I make a playlist every month! You can get burnt out doing this kind of thing! 

Now it's officially summer- MIDSOMMAR or whatever to our Scandinavian/Nordic frands- so this is a little more in step with the time. As of June 21st- now the days will be getting progressively shorter and whatnot, but let's not think of that.

CHILLWAVE

"Summer Haze"- Manual


"Good Vibrations"- The Beach Boys CLASSIC


"Call of the Wild"- Florrie


"How Do You Like Me Now?"- The Heavy


"Rhiannon"- Fleetwood Mac CLASSIC


"You Might Think"- Weezer (Cars cover)


let me break my lack of words to say WHAT A SURPRISINGLY GOOD COVER. no it's not very different, but it's good, and Weezer needs to be good again.

"Dancehall Queen"- Robyn


"China Girl"- David Bowie


"Saw Red"- Sublime featuring Gwen Stefani


"Hot Mess"- Chromeo and the bitch from La Roux


WATCH WITH WARNING
(too late, I suppose)

"Cold Dust Girl"- Hey Champ


"FEEL IT ALL AROUND"- WASHED OUT




CHILLWAVE IS SO SUMMER 2010
WHAT IS WRONG WITH ME
BRB, GOING TO MALL

Comments

  1. i want to lock myself in a room and listen to the beachboys on repeat for a long long time.

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  2. I CAN'T BELIEVE I FORGET JENNY + JOHNNY I love them this summer :(

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