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Sounds of Fall: An Autumn Playlist

With the summer at an end and the leaves changing color, autumn means sweaters, midterms, coffee, pumpkins and all sorts of cozy activities. In this playlist, WPGU takes you through some songs that epitomize the feelings of fall. Nora Jones – Don’t Know Why Ahh the sweet smell of falling leaves and midterms. And nothing […]

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Monday Mixer

So I just checked the forecast and it’s looking like it’ll be drizzly throughout the area this week. You’ve got two options when it comes to dealing with this depressing weather. 1. Put on your rainboots, get out there and find little bits of sunshine in the dreary days or, 2. stay in your dark, […]

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Monday Mixer

Over the past year, I’ve grown a huge appreciation for the journalism being done by NPR. Whether it’s stories about current events, food or music, for the most part, everything they do is on point. My favorite show by NPR is Sound Opinions. It’s a weekly show and podcast done by Chicago music journalists Jim […]

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Monday Mixer

Cloud Cult – No One Said It Would be Easy It took me until this year to discover Cloud Cult and I easily regret the years I was without them. Feel Good Ghosts has this omniscient tone that encapsulates the human condition and finds a way to sweetly detail the symbiosis of the world. “Everything […]

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Monday Mixer

A lot of my favorite moments of summer occur in the evening hours hanging out around a campfire. It may just be my love of fire or just how inevitably intimate these gatherings are. Regardless, sometimes the music you put on in the background makes all the difference. Coldplay – Don’t Panic I love how […]

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Monday Mixer

  The longer version of this Monday Mixer’s title is: Songs to Walk Down a Leaf-Littered Street To. Poetic, I know. Consider this a collection of songs to enhance your experience while trampling down the orange, yellow, and red covered sidewalks during these last October days. Yes, the chill fall playlist has been done, but […]

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