Its Monday, we feel you. Get another coffee, refresh your Facebook page as you scroll through this list of tunes, hand picked by our beloved Media Staff. We guarantee this helps you through the worst day of your week!

“The Magician” by Andy Shauf 

andy-shauf-wrbb“The Magician” is our first intoxicating glimpse into Shauf’s latest release, “The Party”— a concept album built from the sifting perspectives of a handful people all attending the same party. On this track, Shauf delivers a complex sonic platter of brightly washed out guitar tones. With woozy woodwinds and deep whirling piano arrangements, the warmth of “The Magician” can only be likened to the feeling of bare feet dancing on a yellow shag carpet. It’s retro but intensely refreshing. – Adam

“Come and See Me” by PartyNextDoor ft. Drake

pnd-shot-upMr. PartyNextDoor, hitting us in the heart with yet another sorrowful party jam. Throw in a verse by Drizzy, aka the OVO boss himself, and this song is sure to make you sway and spill your drink all over those pixel pink texts you save from your ex. – Sophie

Kehlani by “Did I”

totsR&B’s next double threat delivers this track with confidence and swagger. Kehlani had me at the line about publishing and the chorus packs an equally gripping hook. – Quinn

“Vincent” by Car Seat Headrest

This young musician has really hit his stride. Perfect music for listening to… – Ryan G

“Laura” – Max Manie

The drawn out build ups are interspersed minimal vocals behind a solid beat that makes for a great dance track. Also neat album art. – Parker

“Down There By The Train” by Dustin Kensrue

The Thrice frontman closes out his live album with this amazing rendition of Tom Waits classic. Powerful stuff. – Evan

“Your Best American Girl”  by Mitski

This song is so beautiful and real. Every time it plays it melts the brain in the most wonderful way. – Maddie

“Expectations” By Sir Sly

7 minute jam out hit the feels song. – Juliette

“I Remember” by Bully

This song really makes me reflect about my past life decisions as I spiral deeper and deeper into self loathing and depression. Its the jam. – Kenneth

“Nana” by The 1975

Slows down the record with a heartbreaking and vulnerable song about loss. Makes you want to hug your loved ones a little tighter. – Helena

“Loner” by Kali Uchis

The topic of not wanting to be loved halfway or sorta wanted by another is beautifully articulated good song to listen to when you’re confidence needs a jumpstart. – Adrienne 

“Soundcheck”  by Catfish and the Bottlemen

a country rock/Brit-rock arena filling song about a rockstar giving up his crazy ways for The One.

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