A Soundtrack for Thursdays

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We take Fridays really seriously in our house. I know we’ve been trying to embrace Mondays, but let’s not pretend that as this Thursday starts to wind down we aren’t all looking forward to knowing that we’ll wake up to a little extra end of the week magic in the air. To celebrate, here are some of my favorite songs to move to at a Tomorrow’s Friday Dance Party. Don’t like my choices or want to keep the party going? Add your own recommendations in the comments.

“Love Shack” by the B52s: This is almost a fail proof place to start a dance party right.

“Radar Detector” by Darwin Deez: What’s not to love? This guy inspires me to dance around my kitchen, completely ignoring that all my neighbors now know I am crazy.

“Heart Sing” by BIGkids : Does this one make your heart sing and your knee bounce? Mine too.

“1901″ by Phoenix : A little Phoenix never hurt anyone.

“Brooklyn” by Theo Katzman : I just love this song.

“Flash Light” by Parliament : This one is funky fresh and if you can resist grooving to this one then, well, I hate to break it to you but you might be an android.

“Dance Week” by Groove Spoon: Instead of ending the dance party here. Let’s just make a week of it.

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Rachel Brandt

Rachel is a Midwest native transplanted in the wild of Southern California, mama bear to one blonde firecracker and three mutts. photographer by trade and writer by nature. She's enamored with whimsy, public libraries, the Chicago Cubs, Netflix, tea, and the sound of a jet engine from inside the airplane.
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      Rachel Brandt

      I never miss an opportunity to put them in a playlist because they jump started my music obsession during a slump and it hasn’t stopped since. They are amazing live.

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        Karo

        I think I might have seen them live (old age, keep forgetting things…). I remember finding their album in a Dutch record shop for a laughably tiny amount of money. That totally made my day.

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