Weekly Roundup: March 4


Every Monday, we bring you a playlist filled with tracks the Melodic staff has been listening to on repeat. Hear some of our latest obsessions below:

Walter The Producer “PAMPLEMOUSSE” The single highlights communication, or lack thereof, and the commonalities new relationships or unlabeled situationships might face. While the inevitable ending is in store and disappointment surely lingers, acceptance of this fact is not so far. 
– Shauna Hilferty


Taylor Bickett “I Like Monday” On January 1st, Taylor posted a TikTok of an original song called “I Like Mondays” that quickly garnered almost a million views. The song is an introspective look into the singer’s fear of the future while trying to enjoy the present. The quick-paced verses, vulnerable storytelling, and relatable nature of the song make it the perfect theme song for young adults who tend to stress over what’s to come.
– Caroline Speer


Jordan Suaste “Love Who You Want To” This track was born out of Suaste’s desire for genuine connection after so many conversations with people who are afraid to embrace love. It serves as an encouraging reminder both to Suaste himself and his LGBTQ+-forward community to keep putting themselves out there while being true to themselves.
– Brittany Muldoon


Jay Putty “Dream Big” The inspiration behind the song stems from a famous Walt Disney quote, “if you can dream it, you can do it.” Putty shared that this quote is prominently displayed on a placard at his studio desk, serving as a constant reminder as he wrote the lyrics for this new single.
– Clare Gehlich


Hear the rest of our staff picks on the playlist!


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