ODESZA Shares 13th Edition of Legendary NO.SLEEP Mix Series
July 5, 2022
July 5, 2022
Having a bad day? Let music take you to your happy place. Make a playlist with some of your favorite uplifting songs and play it when you’re feeling sad. Chances are, you’re mood will change. Music is beautiful in that way; it’s therapeutic elements help us get through even the worst times.
So, if you’re in need of some happy vibes, be sure to check out these 5 songs:
1. Chet Porter – Stay (feat. Chelsea Cutler)
Step into Chet Porter’s sparkly fantasy. Chelsea Cutler’s soft, soothing vocals are the perfect upper to a bad day. Chet’s production style is beautifully unique, and pretty much all of his tracks are sure to have you smiling and thinking happy thoughts.
2. ODESZA – IPlayYouListen (Live)
Do you have that one song, that just fills your soul with indescribable feelings? This is mine. It brings me right back to the times I’ve seen Odesza live, which is probably my happiest place in the world. If you’re in need of a mood-booster, check out anything from this larger-than life duo.
3. Porter Robinson & Madeon – Shelter
If you haven’t heard this track yet, then you’ve been missing out on something truly ground-breaking. Porter Robinson and Madeon are seriously a match made in heaven when it comes to collaborations, which is probably why I was so quick to buy a ticket to see them play in LA on my birthday. In all reality though, when it comes to hitting you in “the feels,” Porter and Madeon are your guys. Don’t miss Porter this year at Decadence NYE- Arizona.
4. Whethan- Can’t Hide (feat. Ashe)
Okay, there is just something about whistling that automatically creates a happy feeling in your heart. This debut track from Whethan hit over 1 million plays on Soundcloud in just one day, and get this: He’s only 17. Oh and he’s also already collaborating with Skrillex.
Connect with Whethan: Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud
5. Mura Masa- What if I go?
Mura Masa, the master of chill, is the perfect mood-upper. His track “What if I go?” features some vocals which just leave that warm and fuzzy feeling inside, and fill you with reassurance.
Connect with Mura Masa: Facebook | Twitter | Soundcloud