Monthly Music: R&B February

Woah, people. I went from primarily listening to musical theatre for 3 months straight to bopping my head to r&b beats. Pretty big shift if you ask me but good music is in every genre. 1. Distraction – Kehlani Ahhh this song!!! How many times have I just stopped everything just to dance like…… Continue reading Monthly Music: R&B February


Monthly Music || The Christmas Edition

So it’s the Christmas season. Which means we’re all re-watching Love Actually and listening to loads of Christmas albums. Personally, I’m been pretty late getting into the holiday spirit because I just can’t muster that warm and fuzzy feeling. Wow, my cold, cold heart really got me there but that doesn’t mean haven’t been listening…… Continue reading Monthly Music || The Christmas Edition


September Playlist || Back to Indie

For the past few months, I’ve been unable to find good indie music which is why I had been mainly listened to musical theatre. That changed this month! American Authors and Grouplove’s new albums are fantastic! Re-watching Paper Towns also got me addicted to the album which is just an explosion of amazing indie sounds.…… Continue reading September Playlist || Back to Indie

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August Playlist || The Birthday Playlist

August’s Playlist was actually fairly moody. I had mixed feelings about turning 17 this month because it honestly, didn’t feel like my birthday. Also, I’m just generally scared of what my 17th year will bring. I’ve also had some struggle looking for new music so any recommendations, people?! Sucker for Pain by Lil Wayne, Wiz…… Continue reading August Playlist || The Birthday Playlist


May Playlist: SO. MUCH. MUSIC.

Welcome back to another Monthly Playlist which I have failed to post every month because damn, I am one forgetful chick. Anyway, last month was probably the best in music in terms of what has been on my playlist. Normally a playlist for me, lasts about a week, sometimes a little bit over until I…… Continue reading May Playlist: SO. MUCH. MUSIC.

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Jan/Feb Playlist

Jeez, I haven’t done one of these in a couple months. Well music has never left despite the fact that I haven’t shared anything. No fear, there has still been some awesome music. Hope you enjoy this month’s playlist! 1. You’ll Be in My Heart – Phil Collins Ahhh, rediscovering classic Disney tunes. This one…… Continue reading Jan/Feb Playlist

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September Playlist: I realise I go crazy when I’m not listening to music

I literally do, people. When there’s nothing playing in my ears, I feel empty and my fingers get jittery and my mind goes crazy. That’s not the best description but it’s such a strange feeling. But when the music plays, it’s like the stone in my chest disappears. Is that just me? Tell me, you…… Continue reading September Playlist: I realise I go crazy when I’m not listening to music



HELLO EVERYONE!!! It’s been kind of difficult to get back into the routine of blogging, commenting and reading and I’m still a little behind so please bear with me. There are still certain distractions: ie. HOLIDAYS. But one thing had always been constant and that’s the music. Music was really the one thing that has…… Continue reading MAY/JUNE PLAYLIST



April has passed by in a blur of ANZAC memorials and buckets of chocolate.  You can imagine how much I’ve eaten. Let’s get to the music! 1. ‘No Matter Where You Are’ by Us The Duo. After discovering Us the Duo’s most recent album and giving it a try on Spotify, I just absolutely, positively…… Continue reading APRIL PLAYLIST: US THE DUO AWESOMENESS


This March’s Playlist: Mumford and Sons, Of Monsters and Men and some VA Good ol’ Times

Hello Everybody!!! Music is a huge part of my life and if some crazy dictator suddenly banned it, I have some sort of idea of how crazy I would go. These posts will be about the top songs replaying on my iPod that month. I use Spotify since it is my lifesaver mostly because it…… Continue reading This March’s Playlist: Mumford and Sons, Of Monsters and Men and some VA Good ol’ Times