Tracks by trailblazers.
Whether they pioneered a genre or simply brought some fresh ideas to the table, the artists on this playlist seemed to send these songs from the future.
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Illustration by Minna.
Lots of love for Aaliyah. Lots of love for this playlist. <3
Fun. Looking forward to listening to this over the weekend! Thanks for sharing! http://www.peacelovemusicgrows.com
Ever since I saw Yoko Ono ruin an amazing collaboration between John Lennon and Chuck Berry, I have hated her. It’s irrelevant here, but I don’t think I could stand to listen to any of her songs after that atrocity.
yeah, she’s not the most likeable gal on the planet, is she?
sister rosetta tharpe!!! yeah
LOVEEE THIS PLAYLIST! eargarsm
I’ve never heard any of the songs this week; this is gonna be interesting to listen to! Looking forward to it!!=)
May I suggest a look/listen to Debora Iyall of Romeo Void. A powerhouse Native American woman singer/songwriter.
Yoko Ono and the Sugarcubes! Brilliant!
your taste in music is superb !! (:
Cool list!! Definitely going to check it out
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My parents accept my queerness, but they don’t really want to talk about it.
Where I’ll stop—nobody knows.
It’s cute to coordinate.
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