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Michael Cottone: One song that I chose this week was ‘Badfish’ by Sublime. Sublime is the epitome of what summer music is to me, it’s something you can sing along to, groove to, and just be taken away by the reggae-rock sounds they produce. The album ’40oz to Freedom’ is an album that should be on repeat for you all summer.
Another song I chose this week was ‘Hippie Babysitter’ by Papdosio. Papadosio’s jam band roots make for a great summer listen. Put your headphones in, read a book on your back porch, and chillax.
Max Denari: My choice for this week is ‘Here comes the sun’ by the Beatles. A song that can calm anyone down and allow for anyone to be present in their thoughts. One of the many hit songs The Beatles released over their legendary run as a group. Off the album ‘Abbey Road’ being the last album recorded by The Beatles, though it was released second to last. Sealing the legacy that The Beatles placed in popular music.
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Mason Pippenger: My song for this week is ‘Savage’ by Paces ft. Nyne. The California producer released the song earlier this year. It features vocals from Australian singer Nyne. Her voice is smooth and calm over this really sick beat that Paces puts out. The production is fire and this song is pretty lit.
Cole Callahan: My first choice for this week is ‘Good Vibrations’ by The Beach Boys. How could this song not make you happy. No school, less responsibilities, and all the good vibrations.
My other choice for the week is ‘Come Sail Away’ by Styx. This song reflects my life currently. I’m sailing away to Indianapolis for the summer and making several different journeys across the country.
Sophomore journalism student at Ball State University. Lover of music, travel, and photography.