2018 Playlist Retrospective

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Spotify I keep a running playlist where I add all of the new music I come across that I dig. I should add that "new music" usually means new releases, but it also extends to newly discovered music (to me) or tracks that I feel a particularly strong pull to at the time. Just in case … Continue reading 2018 Playlist Retrospective

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Currently Listening Playlists

For the past few years, I've kept a running monthly playlist of mostly new music discoveries, as well as the odd track regurgitated from my past or perhaps something I missed. Once I hit a certain track count (usually 20) or about a month's time, I started a new playlist. That worked for a while, … Continue reading Currently Listening Playlists

Juiced Monday Dance Party

I owe a huge amount of gratitude to Big Wild for including Adam Vida's "I'm Juiced" in one of his playlists on Spotify. Without him, I wouldn't have this strangely infectious, potently motivational track to get me through a shitty, inundated by minutia Monday morning. If you're familiar with Mr. Carmack, this kind of production … Continue reading Juiced Monday Dance Party

Frankles Monthly Mix #3

Monthly Mix It's time for a new series of posts on Frankles where I share my running monthly-ish playlists that I build on Spotify (and sometimes SoundCloud) as I find predominantly new music. If you take a look through my profile on either service, you'll see groups of similarly named playlists. You can see a … Continue reading Frankles Monthly Mix #3

2016 II

Omissions and Otherwise Left-out Leftovers  |  last.fm data  |  Spotify data Okay, so in my 2016 post, it would seem that I glossed over or outright left out a lot of important parts of the year in music. It's as if I talked about the body, but not the heart. This was intentional, as I … Continue reading 2016 II

2016

2016 Rundown | Best of 2016 | SoundCloud Playlists | Spotify Playlists 2016 Rundown I don't like to play favorites, and when it comes to bundling a group of artists or songs together at the end of the year, I absolutely hate ordered lists. I'm not going to say Frank Ocean's Blond is better than … Continue reading 2016