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· music monday ·

August 1, 2016

Music highs and lows, highs and lows–I’ve def been on a music high lately. I went through a rut where I wasn’t discovering any new music I felt excited about, or any songs I couldn’t help but play #onrepeat–because any song that’s just that good, you never want it to end! #justferrissjams Buttttttt, I’d say this post’s featured image captures the essence of these songs (thanks, Sarajane Case and Tyler J. McCall of Persona Creative, you seriously rock and I heart you so much).


I’m playing the song You & Me on repeat from my beach playlist from last week’s #MusicMonday. If you follow me on Snapchat (just_ferriss) then you’ve probably caught on to that. And I’m usually into at least once mainstream jam I can’t get enough of. Recently, it’s been Crash by Usher and Into You by Ariana Grande. But currently, after discovering a newfound love for a not so new song–We Don’t Talk Anymore by Charlie Puth and Selena Gomez. So many vibes << insert praising-hands emoji >>.

And also currently, I can’t deny the fact that I am looking forward to J. Biebs’ new song coming out this Friday in collaboration with DJ Snake–Let Me Love You. #bieberfever #guiltypleasure

In the meantime… electronic and pleasantly melodic artist collaborations and remixes with catchy AF songs for the win. *Press Play*

Youth by Manila Killa feat. Satica

I’ve been touched by an angel, I’m in love with the devil.

Dirty Work by Sam Padrul feat. Patrick Baker

You got me thinkin’ about…

Something From Nothing by GRMM feat. Quinn XCII

Clearly, Quinn XCII is consistent because I’m still obsessed with this other song they’re featured in from my #MusicMonday a couple of weeks ago. Keywords: Mood music.

Shallow Waters by My Pretty Blue

Without each other as one, what will we do?

Apogee by Carl Louis feat. Pav

What I want, is what I need.

And a little remixed take on a familiar song, #NowPlaying.

Sex by Cheat Codes

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August 1, 2016