Beyond The Earbuds | April 2017

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What’s up gang! What’s it been like 2 years since the last installment? For shame! After a sizeable group of FRCHers reached out for the Annual Breakfast playlist, I decided to BEE more productive and get this thing rolling again. It will now move to a monthly installment, and each monthly playlist will be available on Spotify! Alrighty then, let’s see what clutch tunage your coworkers hand picked for the month of April!


 

Ashley Sojda – “…no real reason except for I really like them”
dancing-on-my-own-tiesto-remix-artwork
Calum ScottDancing On My Own (Tiesto Remix)

shed a light
Robin Schulz, David Guetta, Cheat Codes – Shed a Light

Samantha Dick
motherfolk
MotherfolkSalt Lake City
“…to me it’s a love story in its own [probably] morbid way”

the wine we drink
Drew Holcomb and The NeighborsThe Wine We Drink
…a less morbid love story that speaks very realistically to people”

Will Hofmann
mustang kids
Zella Day, Baby E
Mustang Kids
“…a little bit of modern.”

life in fast lane
The Eagles
Life in the Fast Lane
“…a little bit of classic.”

weezer
WeezerSurfwax America
“…the first song my band covered back in the day when learning how to ACTUALLY be a band.”

Garrett Rice
number9
Moon HoochNumber 9
“…Might be a little out there for some, but I love it. Their NPR Tiny Desk Concert kicks ass.”

1952
Richard Thompson1952 Black Lightning
“…grew up listening to this song so it has some nostalgia. Story is great.”

copperhead road
Steve EarleCopperhead Road
“…another from my childhood. bit of everything. Good story, driving tempo, unique instrumentation.”

Emily Daley
steeldrivers
The SteeldriversWhere Rainbows Never Die
“…I’ve been told that Ricky Skaggs and I are somehow distantly related, although we spell the ‘Scaggs’ differently.”

sia
Sia – Elastic Heart
“…pure singing along in the car modern girl power.”

 

Until next time…Keep your ears to the rails and your feet to the dance floor!

 

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