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Kilt Radio: 004 “DrifitingAway”

From the likes of Cocteau Twins, Japanese Breakfast, and The Smashing Pumpkins, these songs are perfect for dissociating into a hazy surreal beauty.
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Fall is the season of change so in this issue’s Kilt Radio, we wanted to embrace momentum, with rippling shoegaze rock from My Bloody Valentine to dreamy alternative pop hits from Faye Wong and everything in between. Inspired by early 2000s alternative rock/dream pop movie soundtracks, these songs capture the mood and emotions of our own narrative following a summer break. This playlist has been crafted to leave you with a sense of nostalgia and as it lets those feelings drift off, it’ll only leave you wishing for your burdens to dissipate like a vapor. From the likes of Cocteau Twins, Japanese Breakfast, and The Smashing Pumpkins, these songs are perfect for dissociating into a hazy surreal beauty.

 

“My Love Mine All Mine” by Mitski

In her new track from her seventh studio album, “The Land Is Inhospitable and So Are We,” Mitski sets a somber and dreamlike atmosphere. With waning misty orchestral swirls, Mitski entrusts the manifestation of her love for her partner, in the hopes that her lover will be able to feel her love for her even after she is gone. This song offers a contemplative exploration of the human experience as Mitski sings “Nothing in the world belongs to me, But my love, mine, all mine, all mine.”

“Beautiful World” by Parannoul

Parannoul’s song “Beautiful World” is a haunting sonic journey that grips from the first note. The track blends elements of alternative rock and shoegaze, creating a dreamy and melancholic soundscape. As the track progresses, it gradually intensifies, with the ethereal vocals adding a layer of vulnerability and introspection. 

 

“Dsco” by Sweet Trip

Sweet Trip’s “Dsco” is a genre-blending track that incorporates elements of dream pop, electronic, and alternative rock. Its production and vocals create a dreamy atmosphere, making for an immersive listening experience. The song demonstrates Sweet Trip’s unique musical style, pushing boundaries in their approach. This song is a must-listen for any classic alternative rock fan.

  1. My Love Mine All Mine by Mitski
  2. Dogs & Girls by Alaska Reid
  3. Seventyseven dog years by underscores
  4. Dreamcatching by Magdalena Bay
  5. #513 by Sudan Archives
  6. Lovely Sewer by Yves Tumor
  7. sulky baby by yeule
  8. Visiting Hours by Kero Kero Bonito
  9. Sis by Clairo
  10. Leach by Cryogeyser
  11. Starting Over by LSD and the Search for God
  12. Not the Time by SASAMI
  13. Make Out Music by 12 Rods
  14. C3l3stial_City by bliss3three
  15. When You Sleep by my bloody valentine
  16. Heaven or Las Vegas by Cocteau Twins
  17. Those Eyes, That Mouth by Cocteau Twins
  18. Sometimes by my bloody valentine
  19. Fade into You by Mazzy Star
  20. Strawberry Privilege by Yves Tumor
  21. Flutter by julie
  22. Beautiful World by Parannoul
  23. Ease by Whirr
  24. Radiolove by Tanukichan
  25. Dsco by Sweet Trip
  26. 知己知彼 (Know Oneself And Each Other) by Faye Wong
  27. Unexpectedly by Megumi Acorda
  28. Carpop by Daydream Twins
  29. The Body Is a Blade by Japanese Breakfast
  30. Space Song by Beach House
  31. Bird by blue smiley
  32. The Woman That Loves You by Japanese Breakfast
  33. The Boy by The Smashing Pumpkins
  34. Tonight (feat. Ezra Koenig) by Phoenix
  35. 봄: 별은 노래한다 (Constellation’s Song) by Della Zyr

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Hi guys! I am Drew Anderson and I am your Managing Editor of The Kilt. I am a junior and this is my third year in journalism. Past head editor Dylan Anderson, my older sister inspired me to join this class and it quickly became my favorite part of Hazen. Designing the cover is always the most exciting part of publishing our issues. I hope you guys enjoy our new online platform!
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