What I’m Listening To

I’m the type of person who is almost constantly listening to music – whether I’m walking, doing the dishes or studying, my Spotify is always open. I like a wide variety of music and love hearing new music from my friends so I thought it might be fun to share some of the things I’ve been listening to on here. With the holiday season now upon us I also find myself driving back and forth between home and school semi-often and for those long drives, there are some podcasts that I like to listen to.



Okay by Holy Ghost!

Lost by Frank Ocean

Better Off by Lil Peep

Stung by Quinn XCII

Rapture by Blondie

Get Offa My Cloud by The Rolling Stones

Owe Me by Big Sean

Used to it by Ashe

Silvertongue by Young the Giant

You by Lines

Black Magic Woman by Fleetwood Mac

Master Plan by Ivy Sole

Let it Bleed by The Rolling Stones

Catching On by Elephante




Timesuck by Dan Cummins:

This podcast is amazing because not only is it educational but also hilarious. Dan Cummins is one of my favorite comedians so when I heard that he was starting a podcast focusing on random and interesting conspiracy theories, serial killers and modern hot topics- I was sold.

My Favorite Murder by Karen Kilgraff and Georgia Hardstark:

If you weren’t already aware, I have a strange fascination with interesting murder cases. This podcast is super fascinating and the stories are told in a way that makes them digestible. They discuss famous murder cases, little-known cases and hometown murders sent in by listeners.

Insanely Chill by Cody Ko:

This one might not be for everyone but I find it utterly hilarious. Cody rambles about his life – sometimes lead by pre-planned notes and often not. Once a week he releases a “weekend edition” podcast that features hilarious special guests.

GirlBoss Radio by Sophia Amoruso:

If you’re in need of a little motivation/ ass-kicking inspiration then you need to listen to this immediately. As if Sophia wasn’t enough of a role model, each week she interviews powerful businesswomen who have started their own companies, carved their own spaces in male-dominated fields or have not-so-simply found a way to keep everything together.

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