September always feels like a fresh start. New clothes, new work, new goals. Leaves are beginning to turn colors over here on the east coast as the weather is on the brink of changing. Coats are now in stores, and PSLs are back at Starbucks. It is an exciting time! Today I am sharing the ultimate September playlist to go along with the new season. Full of new songs from favorite artists. I hope you Enjoy!
What are you looking forward to most for Fall? Is it the holidays to comes shortly after, or sweater weather? Let me know in the comments below!
New September Playlist:
Every great host goes out of their way to make their guests feel welcomed. Serving up delicious drinks and scrumptious bites are often your first concern. By the time you set the table, clean the kitchen, and make sure it looks Instagram ready, you might have forgotten to make a playlist to set the mood. No worries, I am here to help!
I don’t know about you, but this summer went by so fast! Last year I was happy to have summer end because it was a challenging summer. But this year was really enjoyable. In New York City, we got so lucky with the weather. It stayed mainly in the 70s and 80 the whole time with the occasional 90 degree summer day. I’ve had my balcony door open most of the summer with no need to blast the AC. It has been heavenly.
When music is good, it lasts a lifetime, and that’s exactly what these classic songs are. No, Journey isn’t on this list, and yes I know that might be a deal-breaker for most. But these songs are such rock and roll, folk, soul, and country classics. Whether they are new to you or nostalgic to hear, these songs will never lose their edge.
Last week, we slowed things down with an ultra chill playlist. This week it is all about those electric beats. The playlist is a fun mix of dance songs with a funky electric twist. I can’t wait to jam out to these while traveling around New York City. I also love listening to these songs while working. It gives me that extra boost to get work done.
What do you like to listen to while working? Let me know in the comment below. I hope you enjoy this electric music playlist! For other playlists (included best summer songs and gym music) chec here. Ps, if you live in New York City, one of the best alternative rock bands, Stereophonics, will be playing at Irving Plaza on September 5th. Tickets are cheap, but the memories will be priceless.
Electric Music Playlist
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We have come to that time of the year where we just need to chill. August is always that relaxing month before work, school, events start up again. I like to take a moment to breathe and reflect on how much was accomplished up to this point. These songs are so relaxing and easy going that they simply help set the mood.
This August, I am dedicating time after work to spend outdoors soaking up the last bits of Summer. I am also committed to spending less time on my phone (and Instagram), and try to experience the best rooftop lounges. I recently discovered Public and fell in love with the city view. I think it might be better than The Rainbow Room because you practically have a 360 view!
Whether it is in the morning or before heading out for the night, there is something so fun to blast your favorite tunes while getting ready. If you happen to have your girlfriends over and getting ready together, this is the ultimate set!
Mixed with fun pop songs, top hits, and fun remixes, this playlist will set the mood. I find listening to my favorite songs while straightening my hair and putting on my makeup so energizing. The process seems to go faster, I relax and enjoy the moment, and often leave feeling amazing. Do you ever feel this way too? Let me know in the comments.
Happy Monday! Here in New York City, it is pouring outside. It is a really soothing and relaxing way to start the new week. Plus it has significantly cooled down the city to the point I can open my window and let the breeze come through. Who else loves to hear the rain pour when working? Let me know in the comments!
Some of my all time favorite songs and musicians recorded in Muscle Shoals, Alabaham. Everyone from Lynard Skynard to the Rolling Stones. Aretha Franklin wrote, produced and recorded her biggest hits down south. It is a magical place I am looking forward to visiting one day soon. It was said, that if you listen closely, the stream in Muscle Shoals sings. Some say that’s why some of the biggest hits came from the area. Each song recorded in Muscle Shoals has a really distinct, southern funk. It can be heard the best in Brown Sugar by the Rolling Stones and Simple Man By Lynard Skynard. It is that raspy, soulful guitar.