Friday Favourites: 13 October 2017

Friday the 13th in October — does it get more spoopy than that?

I’m in Kansas City, Missouri this weekend for a wedding, but I was able to pull together a few favourites from this week. Please share yours in the comments or send me a tweet!

Favourite Podcast: Last week, I featured the podcast, Deadly Manners, and then the next day I was introduced to My Favorite Murder by some wonderful people who saw last week’s post and thought I was missing out. (And I was!) MFM is a true crime comedy podcast hosted by Karen Kilgariff (head writer for Ellen, The Rosie Show and The Pete Holmes Show) and Georgia Hardstark (famous for several shows on Cooking Channel).

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Favourite Fashion: Reebok’s Workout Clean Ultraknit, featuring an EVA midsole, rubber outsole for increased traction and the label’s signature branding to the sidewall.

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Favourite Find: The Halloween section from Williams Sonoma.

Favourite Event: Bath and Body Works 3 Wick Candles Buy 2 Get 2 Free event.

Music Monday: 09 October 2017

You don’t need tickets or a Passport to hear this week’s picks of my favourite music tracks from around the world.

Listen to this week’s curated tracks below, or check out all of October’s new music picks on my monthly curated playlist on Spotify. Have a song I should hear? Leave a comment or email me with your suggestion!

I have to start by sharing my obsession with Rationale. His album dropped last Friday and it has been on repeat all weekend long. His voice, the rhythm, it’s all just magical. You’ll find Oil and Water on this playlist, but be sure to check out all of his tracks — there isn’t one that will disappoint. A close runner up for favourite from this selection of tracks would be Jesse J’s Not My Ex. The lyrics are really beautiful and Jesse J delivers with passion.

This week’s additions:

Sabrina Claudio (feat. 6LACK) — Belong To You Remix

SAARA (feat. Jillionaire) — All The Love

Lauren Daigle — Almost Human

Sam Feldt (feat. Alex Schulz) — Be My Lover

Medina — Beautiful

Blondage — Call It Off

Kllo — Dissolve

Lauv — Easy Love

Isac Elliot — EYES SHUT

Maroon 5 (feat. Julia Michaels) — Help Me Out

Charlie Puth — How Long

Off Bloom — Hey Bae

LUME — Magnets

Meadowlark — May I Have This Dance

Ghita — Mindfvck

Gryffin (feat. Katie Pearlman) — Nobody Compares To You

Jessie J — Not My Ex

Lukas Graham — Off To See The World

Albin Johnsén (feat. Julia Adams) — Om Du Bara Visste

Zak Abel — Still Want UUU

Rachel Platten — Perfect For You

Rationale — Oil and Water

Polarbearz (feat. Angelica Larsson) — Recognize

Hektor Mass (feat. Sonna Rele) — Somebody

ItaloBrothers — Sorry

Kelela — Waitin

Marc E. Bassy — Til I Get Found

P!nk — Whatever You Want

 

Photography: Studio Spass

Music Monday: 02 October 2017

You don’t need tickets or a Passport to hear this week’s picks of my favourite music tracks from around the world.

Listen to this week’s curated tracks below, or check out all of October’s new music picks on my monthly curated playlist on Spotify. Have a song I should hear? Leave a comment or email me with your suggestion!

I think this week’s selection is a sign that we’re going to have great music to vibe to the rest of the month. I’ve fallen head over heels for E^ST’s Life Goes On; Waterfall from Petit Biscuit (feat. Panama) and Elohim’s The Wave. What tracks do you have on repeat?

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Music Monday: 25 September 2017

You don’t need tickets or a Passport to hear this week’s picks of my favourite music tracks from around the world.

Listen to this week’s curated tracks below, or check out all of September’s new music picks on my monthly curated playlist on Spotify. Have a song I should hear? Leave a comment or email me with your suggestion!

It was kind of quiet week in the realm of releases, but I’ve been able to find a few favourites that I think you’ll enjoy! I’m currently loving the collab between Macklemore and Kesha; Maggie Rogers‘s electro-folk single, Split Stones; Kim Petras‘s Hillside Boys sparkles like champagne; and Mark Forster‘s Kogong is the sound that the heart makes when you listen carefully.

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