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Outtake: BBott Jukebox September

I’m gonna post one of these once a month with everything I’ve been listening to over the month. Here you can find my Spotify playlist with lots more great music!

I have to start this off with The Chainsmokers latest release Closer. I just can’t get enough of this song. I’ve been a fan of these guys for a long time and actually watch a mini-doc last week on how they created the song Roses. Check it out if you’re into house music or music production in general!

One half of Avicii’s The Days/Nights EP, The Nights and it’s accompanying music video have inspired me to revisit my plans to travel around Europe.

A track from Kygo’s album Cloud Nine, released in May of this year, Carry Me has the tropical house feel that I’ve come to know and love from Kygo.

Not a new track, as the group has gone dark. New York based DJ duo, The Jane Doze, released this song last year and I still listen to it at least once a week.

Switching gears to this incredible cover of Jon Bellion. Haley Klinkhammer’s cover of Maybe IDK is absolutely stunning.

Electro Swing is one hell of a genre. I heard this track on  an Overwatch montage of some incredible Lucio wall-riding. Sim Gretina’s remix of the Disney classic I Wanna Be Like You is the right mix of nostalgia and funk.

Another crazy cover to round out this month’s Jukebox. Grace Vardell’s cover of Chris Isaak’s classic Wicked Game gives me chills.

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