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I know, I know. Pandora has been your go to. Or maybe you just pirate your music. Possibly you just use YouTube for all of it.

Well now is the time to stop that. Ever wonder how I come up with such obscure songs for my Earworms? Well you shouldn’t, because I try my best to inform you lot of how I came across the songs. Regardless, the predominant culprit is Spotify. (more…)

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Earworm: “Old Yellow Bricks” by Arctic Monkeys

You look a bit miffed.

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Top 30 Favorite Songs of All Time: #4 “Under Cover of Darkness” by The Strokes

I don’t care what people say, The Strokes have always been a good band, and they consistently make good music, and they don’t give any shits at all. Which makes them rock ‘n’ roll.

Under Cover of Darkness, off their most scrutinized album, Angles, has made it to number 4 on my Top 30 list. The music video for this song truly makes no sense, as none of their videos ever really do, IMO.

The song is stellar, and it actually is one of their top hits on their artist’s page on Spotify.

Have a go.

Top 30 Favorite Songs of All Time: #8 “Young Blood” by The Naked and Famous

Arguably this New Zealand indie electronic ensemble’s best known song, it lands at #8 on my list which is, as a reminder for you all, in no particular order besides me just telling you how it is.

This was the first song I listened to when I downloaded the Spotify app months ago. This song turned me onto testing my musical tastes, yknow?

The beat is mellow and it really relaxes me. Call me a hipster, I dare you.

Earworm: “My Body” by Young the Giant

Nothing but good things have been spewing from the depths of Spotify’s radio station based off of artist Foster the People (except for the occasional Lil Wayne and Nicki Minaj garbage due to Foster the People’s mainstream popularity).

My listening to Young the Giant is a byproduct of my listening to Foster the People. And I don’t regret it.

The song that’s been festering in my mind for a bit now is My Body.

On their Remix EP, the song is remixed by one of my favorite bands, Two Door Cinema Club.