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The time has come when exams have ended, the sun is staying out longer and a cold beverage in your hand is a must. It’s finally summertime; whether you’re relaxing by a pool or working a summer job, there is never a time a summer playlist isn’t useful. FANGLE is here to help 40 songs, both current and dated, that will put you in the summer mood.
1. Letting Go- Saint Raymond
2. Stay- Post Malone
3. Dancing In The Moonlight- King Harvest
4. Cold Beverage- G. Love & Special Special Sauce
5. Japanese Denim- Daniel Caesar
6. Just A Stranger (feat. Steve Lacy)-Kali Uchis
7. Honey- Kehlani
8. Mr. Lonely (feat. Fat Lip)- Portugal, The Man
9. Come Together- The Beatles
10. A Little While- Yellow Days
11. Best Friend- Rex Orange County
12. 20 something- SZA
13. South- Hippo Campus
14. The Real Thing- Phoenix
15. Give Yourself A Try- The 1975
16. Banana Pancakes- Jack Johnson
17. Ain’t It Fun- Paramore
18. Island In The Sun- Weezer
19. Doin’ Time- Sublime
20. She Looks Like Fun- Arctic Monkeys
21. The Chain- Fleetwood Mac
22. She’s Not There- The Zombies
23. Summertime- Will Smith
24. The Louvre- Lorde
25. Golden Hour- Souther
26. Why Don’t You Get A Job?- The Offspring
27. For Emma- Bon Iver
28. Sit Next To Me- Foster The People
29. Finesse (feat. Cardi B)- Bruno Mars
30. Call The Police- LCD Soundsystem
31. Left Hand Free- Alt-J
32. Under The Bridge- Red Hot Chili Peppers
33. Santa Monica- Everclear
34. Everybody Thinks They Know (But No One Really Knows)- Naked Giants
35. Hunger- Florence + The Machine
36. Watermelon- Tom Rosenthal
37. Alaska- Maggie Rogers
38. Brown Eyed Girl- Van Morrison
39. watch-Billie Eilish
40. Don’t Make A Scene- Atlas Genius
Have a great summer!
Alex McEvoy | Society Staff Writer | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sometimes it’s hard to determine while using the HomePod whether a feature is intentionally missing or is a victim of what seemed to be a hectic development schedule. That might be the key takeaway of the HomePod at the moment. Every feature is either absolutely perfect and impresses immediately or an embarrassing failure for Apple.
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Katie Oinonen | Freelance Writer | email@example.com
Taylor Swift finally gave her fans the album they have been asking for. The last studio album Swift had, 1989, was released in 2014. Since then, Swift announced she was taking a break. On August 24th 2017, she shocked the world by breaking out of her silence with the single, “Look What You Made Me Do”. Swift coming out of her break was not the only thing that was shocking. The new song had a brand new sound as well.
Continue reading Taylor Swift’s Reputation: Still a Chart Topper a Month Later
Kalila Bell | Culture Staff Writer | firstname.lastname@example.org
Nearly 20 years ago rapper and songstress Lauryn Hill’s song “Doo-Wop (That Thing)” was number one in the nation. Flash forward, and up-and-coming rapper, Cardi B, reigns on the top of the charts. What is one thing these two women share? They are the only solo female rap artists that have reached number one on the Billboard’s Hot 100. While many Bobcats enjoy blasting the rhythmic song all over campus, it has been a long time coming to get an artist such as Cardi B to even make it this far.
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Madison Foulkes| Lifestyle Writer| email@example.com
Many were devastated by the death of legend, Tom Petty. The singer passed in early October at age 66 from cardiac arrest. He was well-known for his hits including “Free Fallin’,” “You Don’t Know How It Feels,” and “I Won’t Back Down.”
Continue reading Fans Worldwide Face Heartbreak: A Tribute to Tom Petty
Madison Foulkes| Lifestyle Writer| firstname.lastname@example.org
There is something about walking into a store that has a history. Upon entering Haffa’s Records, your face is hit by the stagnant air, a combination of the building and the old vinyls. You feel as though you are stepping back in time as you come face to face with posters of ACDC, Rush, and Black Sabbath. Most people identify with these artists because their parents liked them, they enjoy the classics of that time, or simply because the music of that time was “better.”
Continue reading Vinyl Bytes the Dust: Haffa’s Records To Close After 40 Years
Culture Staff Writer | Ben Vizy | email@example.com
Kendrick Lamar, one of the biggest names in rap, has just recently announced a new album. The album was first hinted at in a song released on March 23, titled “The Heart Part IV,” where he teased, “Y’all got ‘til April the 7th to get y’all shit together.” A week later on March 30, Lamar released an impressive new music video for the high-energy track, “HUMBLE.” By the time April 7 came along, he announced the release date for the new album: April 14. Fans had different perspectives on the new songs, release strategy, and what we can expect from Lamar’s latest.
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Raichel Jenkins | Editor-in-Chief | firstname.lastname@example.org
With over 20,000 people in the audience last summer for the Chainsmokers and Fetty Wap, the 15th NumberFest is highly anticipated. I could go on about the event but we all know what a fantastic concert this year’s fest will be. Now to what you’ve been really waiting for, the lineup!
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*This article represents collaboration from Emma Stefanoff, Korina Meister and Raichel Jenkins.
For Ohio University’s School of Media Arts & Studies, students work on enhancing their skills in a variety of platforms, music, video, and multimedia. In recent years it has something new to boast about… it houses its own record label, Brick City Records. Zachary Crandall, head of A&R and Artist Development for the label, spoke about where the agency has been and where it plans to go in the future.
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Culture Staff Writer| Alexis McCurdy | email@example.com
Good vibes, good music, good dads was the mood of last weekend. On Saturday, November 5th, FANGLE magazine hosted Father’s Fest: a concert of local Athens bands for students to jam out to and dads to embarrassingly attempt to dance to.
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