Did you listen to this month’s creative boost? The playlist is on Spotify and Apple Music called “jnury jmz”:

Spotify | Apple Music

Here at in-house Creative, we believe that music is a catalyst to the creative mind. Whether you’re trying to express yourself or escape reality, music really connects us to our surroundings. Here are this month’s song choices chosen by our own creatives:

Space & Time by FMLYBND

Fever by Roosevelt

Moving On and Getting Over by John Mayer

Lit by SPZRKT

What If by Bombay Bicycle Club

Magic by Mystery Skulls

Hear My Heart by Andy Mineo

Falling Into You by Hillsong Young & Free

Chartreuse by Capital Cities

Light’s On by Trip Lee

Dying to Start Again by Lovelife

Hostage (Ghost Remix) by Danrell x Smaland

“Whenever I’m on the train to work or traveling on an airplane, I’m always listening to artists like FMLYBND or Capital Cities. These are the most crucial times to listen to music because I’m always in need of energy, and FMLYBND’s ‘Space & Time’ delivers that energy with their synths like no other. Capital Cities always adds a unique pop of creativity to their music, as well. Talk about momentum and good vibes, with hip-hop artists like Andy Mineo or Trip Lee. I choose ‘Hear My Heart’ and ‘Light’s On’ because the message they give is clear to me and will never fail to deliver the right words for anyone, at a given time.” - Matt Walters

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Beverly by Allan Rayman

Take It All Back by Judah & the Lion

Changes by Mutemath

1000x by Jarryd James, Broods

Die Trying by Michl

Don't Wanna Know by Maroon 5, Kendrick Lamar

Warm Water - Snackships Remix by Banks

A Toast and a Spirit by Vacation Manor

Home by Johnnyswim

Next Year - RAC Remix by Two Door Cinema Club

Right My Wrongs by Bryson Tiller

Resolution by Matt Corby

Native by KYKO

"I love & appreciate music. Fun fact: I can be a walking jukebox. Meaning, I will burst into a song (& sometimes dance) from a conversation because it will trigger some lyrics. Haha. I'm always constantly listening to music. Whether it's in the car, at work, or shopping. Johnnyswim, Mutemath, and Maroon 5 have been my all-time favorites. I've been listening to them since their 1st album (sidenote: I like old Maroon 5 better, just saying). If I can choose one genre to listen to for the rest of my life, it would be Indie Rock, and Vacation Manor is that. Also, the lead singer is a dear friend of mine, and I support my friends. I would recommend to go to a Judah & the Lion concert, when you get the chance. You won't regret it!" - Maryland Latulola