Check out our favorite songs of 2016, compiled into a massively delightful playlist full of joy, inspiration, and love. From us to you. Happy holidays!
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In the words of Ra Ra Riot’s “Absolutely,” “It’s the year of absolutely crushing absolutely everything!” Apparently the entire indie music scene was listening because this year is off to an incredible start. Enjoy our bonus-sized new music playlist because there’s just TOO MUCH great music out there and sharing is caring (SO SHARE AWAY)....
We cannot believe the year is almost over! Time for TSLC’s year-end Best Songs of 2015 Spotify playlist, featuring an eclectic mix of our members’ favorite songs of the year. Guaranteed to be the best, most magical way to expand your music library, stay current, and improve your day.
Ever wanted to be in the center of a room filled with twenty singers crooning to you in 360-degree harmony? Well, your dream just came true. Check out our interactive Facebook 360 video, where you can drag the image up, down, and all around.
We recently recorded a new anthem for climate change deniers with our friends from FunnyOrDie.com. Cause, you know, polar bears are totes fine and stuff. (Jk. Lol. They’re not fine.) Check out the video, starring January Jones, Beau Bridges, Darren Criss, Emily Osment, Estelle, yours truly, and many more!
When Justin Vernon (Bon Iver) gave TSLC “From the Snow-Tipped Hills,” arrangers Heather Ogilvy and Mikey Wells immediately connected with the meditative, peaceful sense of space it evoked. They built upon that meditation, layering voices little by little as the song gradually grows. The track swells and shifts both in terms of the vocals and the tempo, which...
We love love LOVE this new playlist, featuring all new songs by our latest finds and obsessions. Find out what we’re listening to this month, and don’t forget to check out some of our other amazing Spotify playlists.
We asked the women of TSLC four important questions, including “What’s the Hold Up For?” Get to know our altos and sopranos and see their answers below.
Check out our music video for “Hold Up For,” written for the chorus by Tegan and Sara and performed by the women of TSLC! Stereogum says, “It’s probably the cutest thing you’ll see all week. Heart-eyed emoji times three.” (That’s high-praise for something that doesn’t even include inter-species friendship!)