But the other part of me thought that a playlist made up of music from others could also be a really lovely way to help Rice students feel more connected. We asked these two questions: 1 What songs or artists have been helping you get through self-isolation? Now that that's not really possible anymore, I've been letting Spotify suggestions take the wheel. The title of this song seemed apt. Plus their videos are super bright and vibey and remind me that the outdoors exist because I lowkey keep forgetting that I am allowed to go outside as long as I adhere to social distancing protocol. On my hundredth Spotify search for the slow, haunted-sounding Girlpool version — which I was listening to on repeat whilst trying to hype myself up enough to cut my own bangs — I stumbled upon the Radiator Hospital original. Upbeat and lighthearted, it proved to be a far better companion for actually going through with my haircut. The catchy chords and comforting drawl of vocalist Sam Cook-Parrott make me want to dance around my room every single listen.
I love the music and will be playing it during homeschooling and in the car. I would love it if they added the songs from their Youtube channel like the days of the week and months of the year to help my preschooler learn. Those songs are favorites of ours also. My 4 young children love all the songs! The music is so calming and serene, and I absolutely love the peaceful setting it brings to our home. The lyrics are uplifting, educational and can certainly capture attention. I find myself playing this music on repeat several times per day, especially nap and bed times, as it really does soften the tone I see in my kids as they listen to it. I highly recommend this album! I bought this thinking it would be great to have playing in the background as my children worked on chores or school but was surprised that I ended up loving it so much. These songs are simply lovely to listen to.
Ambient Music is a genre of music that focuses on melody and atmosphere. And in a world that we live in today, this type of music can be a great part of our coping up. This playlist is good for somebody who needs time to think and process a thought. This music, according to their description, is good for those who need sleep and who need to study. Relax and do some breathing exercises and some stress management techniques to help your mind be free from all the worries and bad news we can see on either social media or late night news telecasts. With all the sweat and breathing patterns we acquire all throughout, we feel much more relaxed and ready to face or end our days with happy hormones. Accompany your running, circuit training, or yoga practices with this type of music to keep a steady phase.