Weekender Mix Tape: Vol. 13

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Growing up in the early 2000s, a mix tape was a gift for a friend or a proclamation of love to a crush. It was a fine-tuned masterpiece, whether it was appreciated or not. We put a lot of effort into mix tapes, creating the ultimate track list and mustering the courage to give it to someone we cared about. Whatever you did with your mixes, it’s safe to say they’re a thing of the past, but vinyl made a comeback, right?

We wanted to share a little nostalgia with you. While we can’t make physical mix tapes or CDs, we can share what we’re listening to every week. Weekender’s Mix Tape will bring you a weekly playlist of songs picked by our team that you can listen to on Spotify or YouTube.

High Hopes by Panic! At the Disco • Pray for the Weekend

That Girl Is You by Dave Matthews Band • Come Tomorrow

Submitted by DJ “Phil” Eberle – Weekender Advice Columnist

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Back in Love Again by LTD • Something to Love

Early in the Morning by The Gap Band • Gap Band IV

Submitted by Adam McGahee – Digital Media Specialist

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A$AP Forever REMIX by A$AP Rocky, feat. T.I., Kid Cudi and Moby • TESTING *

If You Know You Know by Pusha T • Daytona *

Belong by Wax Idols • Happy Ending

Submitted by Patrick Kernan – Reporter, Weekender Columnist

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World on Fire by Louis the Child • Single

Freakin’ Out on the Interstate by Briston Maroney • Single

Death & Taxes by Daniel Caesar • Pilgrim’s Paradise

Submitted by Hartt Lang – Advertising Associate, Designer

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Optimistic by Radiohead • Kid A

The Beach by Dr. Dog • Fate

Reindeer Games by Oso Oso • Yunahon Mixtape

Submitted by Toni Pennello – Columnist, Weekender Reporter

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Missing from the Mix Tape is our very own Prenuptial Project columnist, Brigid Edmunds. We’d like to take a minute to congratulate Brigid and her husband, Mikey Lawrence, on their marriage! Much love from your Weekender family!

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Want to contribute to our Mix Tape?

Send your favorite tracks to [email protected]

Please include song, artist and album name.

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