RPM Presents: Tunesday 10/15/19

RPM Presents: Tunesday 10/15/19



Just when you think you’ve got our Tunesday playlists figured out, your friends here at RPM are ready to throw you for another loop. We want to keep all you music enthusiasts on your toes! Check out what we’ve prepared for you this week:


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“Murakami” by Made in Heights

Made In Heights - Murakami

“Made in Heights is another group I always return to in the colder months. The duo’s sparse electronic arrangements capture the chill of a fall evening, and urge you to slow down to appreciate the changing of the seasons.” –   Colleen


“That’s Amore” by Dean Martin

Dean Martin - That's Amore

“One of my side hustles is wedding/private event DJ-ing. The playlists can get a little repetitive, but every once in a blue moon I’ll take a request that has me pleasantly surprised. This tune danced it’s way back into my life last weekend and has left me floating like a love-struck feather.” – Allie 


“Fluid Funky Butter Sweet” by Static Panic

Fluid Funky Butter Sweet

“If you see Static Panic live, two things are guaranteed to happen. 1) You will dance 2) You will fall in love with each gorgeous member of the band.” – Becca


“Never My Love” by The Association

Never My Love (Remastered Version)

“I heard this in a trailer once and have been listening to it ever since.  It’s both a classic sounding sixties love song but with a more original melody that’s a little haunting.” – David


“Please Help Me” by Tegan and Sara

Tegan and Sara - Please Help Me [Official HD Audio]

“This weekend I had a chance to see Tegan and Sara. To be honest, I knew very little about the duo and thought it would be a boring show. I was completely blown away by their performance as I listened to their music and heard their story. They mentioned that they wrote this song when they were 16, and I’m amazed that anyone could write something this beautiful at that age.” – Becca


“Bisexual” by Cariño

Cariño - Bisexual
“This quirky Spanish pop band is making music for the millennial moment. This song plays with society’s traditional expectations around sexuality, and since my friend showed it to me last week it’s been in my head, because it’s catchy as hell!” – Andrew


“Flashes” by The Paper Kites

“Paper Kites have slowly but steadfast-idly become my favorite band over the course of the last 6 years. I am lucky enough to get the chance to see them tonight at the Fine Line in Minneapolis! Lead vocalist, Sam Bentley sings with such much passion it will place you in musical bliss. This music makes me feel something magical. The emotional release is almost excruciating, I can feel it that deeply. Words truly will never encapsulate the connection I have to the music of the Paper Kites. There is a special vocal moment during the lyric “Change / You’re Gonna See Something / You’re Gonna See Something Someday”. When Sam sings the end of the word “Gonna” there is a subtle, yearning voice break that occurs. These special moments leave permanent marks on my soul, and their remnants carry me through my everyday life.” – Allie


“Les Petites Madones” by Areski Belkacem

Les Petites Madones

“This is an incredibly short song which I hear is anti capital punishment. My french is not great, but I trust Wikipedia. It’s one of those quiet accordion French songs that just makes me melt.” – Willie


“Doralice” by Stan Getz & Joāo Gilberto

Stan Getz & Joao Gilberto - Doralice

“The weather has been becoming colder and gloomier in Minnesota, so on the bus ride home one evening I turned to Stan Getz and Joāo Gilberto to brighten my mood. Bossa nova is one of my go-to genres for when I need a mood boost; Gilberto’s vocal improvisations contain a joy so pure and child-like and Getz dances circles around the melodies with buttery-smooth saxophone lines.” – Colleen


“Dancing in the Moonlight” by King Harvest

Dancing in the Moonlight (Original Recording) - King Harvest

“Catchy, fun and featured in a number of films and TV shows this song is pretty much perfect.” – David


“Talk Deep” by E^ST


“E^ST has been one of my favorite Australian artists for years, and this new single might be her best yet. It’s supremely addictive melody is like crack for your ears--without the negative effects.” – Andrew

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