Picks of the Week 16S.2

By The Dartmouth Web Staff | 4/19/16 3:15am

Dartbeat asks a group of musically inclined students to recommend their favorite song picks of the week. We then share a few of those tracks. Enjoy!


Japanese Breakfast – “The Woman That Loves You”

Parker Richards: A breathy piece of brilliant neo-new wave art-pop, “The Woman That Loves You” is a short, pithy ballad that speaks to the millennial generation’s views of romance — and all its flaws. Singer and songwriter Michelle Zauner is wonderful in the song’s lead vocals, belting out about a weekend-limited love affair over synth-heavy rhythms. A good song for a study break, if you’re into that.


Oliver Heldens & Shaun Frank – “Shades of Grey”

Kate Hildreth: Oliver Heldens' and Shaun Frank's track "Shades of Grey" puts the “Fifty Shades” soundtrack to shame (sorry Ellie Goulding). This song is hype – upbeat and fun with an overall great vibe. Perfect for those darties we've all been waiting for. #lit

The Dartmouth Web Staff