Jet Fuel Jukebox for 9/19/17

Happy fall, listeners! It’s Tuesday, and we have a new Jukebox full of great songs.

Nothing beats listening to some oldies while you make your way around campus, so this week’s iteration of the playlist is centered around vintage hits from the 60s and 70s.

Highlights from this week’s playlist include tracks from Smokey Robinson & The Miracles, The Zombies, Hall & Oates, and ABBA.

— Michael Lane, Blog Editor

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Jet Fuel Jukebox for 9/12/17

I almost can’t believe it’s already Tuesday again. How does the week go by this quickly?
Anyways, Jake and I have a whole new playlist of goodies for you to feast on this week, with all of my picks being based around the hip-hop/r&b selections I enjoyed over the summer.

Artists highlighted within the 20 tracks this week include Tove Lo, Brockhampton, SZA, and Purity Ring.

— Michael Lane,  Blog Editor

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Jet Fuel Jukebox for 9/5/17

It’s been a while, huh? Well, wait no more! School is officially back in session and that means that the Jet Fuel Jukebox is here to stay (well, at least until next summer).

There’s been so much great music these past few months, so I’m certainly glad to be back on here recommending and compiling music into an easily digestible playlist for you all to enjoy. As for what you’ll hear on the playlist this week, we have highlighted tracks from LCD Soundsystem, Queens of the Stone Age, Kesha, and Lorde.

— Michael Lane, Blog Editor

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Jet Fuel Jukebox’s Top 30 Songs of 2017 (So Far)

We’ve passed the halfway point in the year, so Jake and I have decided to chronicle the best music of the past six months. Here, you will find our favorite 30 songs (15 picks to each man), and later today we will be unveiling our favorite albums of the year between two Top 5 lists in one post.

Enjoy some great music today with us here at the Jet Fuel Jukebox!

— Michael Lane, Blog Editor

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Jet Fuel Jukebox: Late Night Edition

We’ve got just a little over an hour before it’s no longer Tuesday, so let’s get this Jukebox out into the world!

This week’s Jukebox is similar to last week’s, but the roles are reversed. Jake’s half is the throwback, with 10 tracks that all came out in 2007, while my picks revolve around a number of brand new tracks from some of my favorite artists.

If you listen this week, you’ll find new songs from Phoenix, Gorillaz, and Foster The People, as well as Top-40 hits from a decade ago, featuring Rihanna, Akon, and T-Pain.

I also want to give a shout out to the new HAIM track, that’s only on Youtube as of now. Listen to their new track, “Right Now.”

— Michael Lane, Blog Editor

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Jet Fuel Jukebox for 4/25/17

The day you’ve waited for eagerly has finally come! It’s Tuesday, and with that comes a brand new entry in our Jet Fuel Jukebox series.

I didn’t find a single new song this past week to share, unfortunately, but I did have the pleasure of seeing Donnie Darko in theaters for its 15th anniversary this past weekend! Being set in the 80’s and featuring an incredible, decade-appropriate soundtrack, the film has inspired me to reach into the time period for my picks this week.

Jake didn’t seem to run into the same problem as me, as he’s included several brand new singles, including the 80’s-inspired Paramore hit “Hard Times,” and the new song from Lana Del Rey and The Weeknd. Rounding out the playlist are tracks from Tears For Fears, Sonic Youth, and Katy Perry.

— Michael Lane, Blog Editor

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Jet Fuel Jukebox for 4/18/17

Imagine: it’s Tuesday, and you’re desperately searching for new music to listen to. If this is you, then you’ve come to the right place, as the Jet Fuel Jukebox has has all your music needs.

We were finally blessed this past weekend with Kendrick Lamar’s new album DAMN., and it’s damn good. So good, in fact, that both Jake and I have highlighted a track from the record. Other than Kendrick, we have highlights from the new Little Dragon full-length release, and tracks from Michael Jackson, The Cure, and Metric.

I also had the pleasure of seeing one of the final performances of pop duo Chairlift this past weekend, so I’ve concluded my half of the playlist with one of my favorite songs by them. R.I.P. Chairlift, you will be missed.

— Michael Lane, Blog Editor

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