What I am Listening to...September

September.  It is here already.  Always too quickly.  September holds a lot.  As I think of all that I want, all that I need, to accomplish in this coming month, I long to get into bed and pull the covers up and forget the world.  To pretend that the work that looms overhead and haunts me even in my dreams  is not there.  I want to savor the pleasure of this new month.  The cooling of the weather.  The boxes and boxes of crisp apples to be eaten. The celebration of another's life.  Trips to South Carolina and Maryland with a quick stop in Virginia planned.  But then, I bring myself back to reality and try to focus myself at the tasks at hand.  The tasks I have set for today.  And enjoy the making and the creating.  Not allowing myself to see it as a check list that needs to be accomplished, but instead the joy of days spent creating and making.  Because I have so much I want to make.  So, a new playlist is a must.  As the work continues to increase, so must the amount of music that is listened to.  It is a scattered, messy list.  No rhyme or reason to it.  Just songs that help me focus and drown out the world around me.  So, here is September's playlist... Processed with VSCOcam with f2 preset

  1. Every Other Freckle...Alt-J
  2. Freight Train...Sara Jackson-Holman
  3. In for the Kill...Billie Marten
  4. Ribbon...Billie Marten
  5. How It's Done...District 78
  6. Black Out Days...Phantogram
  7. Black Hole Sun...Soundgarden
  8. Ms...alt-J
  9. Left Hand Free...alt-J
  10. Chord Left...Agnes Obel
  11. Riverside...Agnes Obel
  12. Hand-Made...alt-J
  13. Taro...alt-J
  14. Medicine...Daughter
  15. Nightcall...London Grammar
  16. All the Little Lights...Passenger
  17. Candles...Daughter
  18. Heal...Tom Odell

{to listen on Spotify}