With syllabus week over and the new semester in full swing, I decided to gather up a few songs that would work perfectly with anyone's homework playlist. Whether you are studying or procrastinating these songs are a must.
1. Locket by Crumb
Crumb is an up and coming band who came together to record songs that vocalist/guitarist Lila Ramani wrote while in college, according to Spotify. Their first EP, which is self-titled "Crumb," was released in 2016, then they released their EP "Locket" and they are currently recording their first LP.
2. Road Head by Japanese Breakfast
If you're a fan of Snail Mail, Soccer Mommy, or Alvvays you will enjoy Japanese Breakfast's laid back indie sound. The band started as Michelle Zauner of the band Little Big League's solo project to write a song a day, according to Spotify.
3. Hunnybee by Unknown Mortal Orchestra
The song "Hunnybee" is off of Unknown Mortal Orchestra's fourth album "Sex & Food" which was released in April 2018. As said in Spotify Unknown Mortal Orchestra is the bedroom project of Ruban Nielson, who originally began by anonymously posting his music online and is now signed to Fat Posson Records.
4. Sunflower by Rex Orange County
Rex Orange County's Alex O'Connor started on drums and moved on to learn guitar, piano, and the software skills necessary for him to create his first album, as said by Spotify. O'Connor works well to bring together the classic bedroom sound with jazz techniques.
5. Scorpio Rising by Soccer Mommy
When I think of bedroom music the first person that comes to mind has been and always will be Soccer Mommy. Sophie Allison started her music career the summer before college when she bought a digital recorder and posted her once secret songs onto Bandcamp.