POZ Playlist: For The Foxes, Stages & Stereos, Let It Happen
For The Foxes, Stages & Stereos, and Let It Happen are three young bands we like a lot at PropertyOfZack, and we’re putting them all together for a new Playlist feature. Check out the Playlists below while listening to the songs on Spotify and reading everyone’s thoughts!
A$AP Rocky - 1Train
This song grew a new set of legs when it played as Kenny Powers and Stevie Janowski walked onto the Sports Sesh set.
The Smiths - Still Ill
Smiths are always ill.
Arctic Monkeys - No. 1 Party Anthem
This is my favorite jam off of AM.
The Avett Brothers - Die Die Die
Hang around the Man Overboard merch office long enough and you’ll get put onto the Avett Bros.
Beach House – Wishes
This album still gets regular rotation from me, hope to hear more from them in 2014.
Last Shadow Puppets - Meeting Place
Parts of the new Arctic Monkeys record remind me of the Shadow Puppets album, this is my favorite from that record.
The Beach Boys - Little Pad
A recent favorite from the psychedelic era of the Beach Boys.
Tilly And The Wall - Shake It Out
Still my favorite band with a tap dancer as a percussionist.
Haim - My Song 5
Nick showed me this one, the jam.
Marty Robbins - El Paso
Walter White Died For Our Sins
Volcano Choir - Tiderays
I’m a big fan of Bon Iver. I really love how easy listening this song is but yet still holds my attention in a major way.
Frameworks - Ida
Frameworks is a great newer band from my home area. Their ep is amazing and I can’t stop listening. - Donnie Webb
The Swellers - Running Out Of Places To Go
I love the vocals and lyrics in this song. Perfect melodies and emotions in the performance.
Stevie Wonder - Uptight
I’m a sucker for oldies, all of the Motown artists amaze me. This song is great on so many levels.- Ian Edge
The Killers - The Way It Was
This song is an underrated breakup tune that can reach out to anyone. Not to mention the layering in this track is genius.
Copeland - Love Affair
This soothing song can calm me down, put me to sleep or help me warm up for a show. The jazzy curve ball at the end ties the song together perfectly. - Daniel Lancaster
The 1975 - Settle Down
From the second I heard these dudes for the first time I was hooked. My favorite band hands down.
Sombear - Incredibly Still
Such a mad talented guy, his hooks are effortless and massive. I love the texture of this whole album. - Zach Schweizer
Echo Smith - Cool Kids
These guys are making a huge impact on the scene right now. Such a fun band to watch live and the melody of “cool kids” will have you singing along for days.
For The Foxes - We’re Coming Up
Fun vibe and hooky melodies, this song will carry you into a good mood even on your worst day.
Paramore - Ain’t It Fun
This whole album has really been on repeat in our van. I’ve always been a huge Paramore fan, and they stepped it up in a way that I didn’t know they could do with their self-titled record. Groovy bass lines, and gospel choir vocals; what’s not to love?
The Front Bottoms - Skeleton
I showed this band to Drew for the first time about a week ago, and have heard the chorus to this song come out of his mouth once an hour since. The Front Bottoms are coin their genre the right way, and I can’t get enough of this new album.
Modern Baseball - Tears Over Beers
I heard we were going to be playing with this band in Louisville about a month ago, so I checked them out and instantly fell in love. A band like this doesn’t have to try to be anything other than what they are, and I love it.