Milk Crate #68

Milk Crate #68
My life right now.

Welcome to Milk Crate #68. Hope you’re feeling great!

Sorry I’m posting a bit late, but when you have a big boy job, that can sometimes be the state.

Haven’t heard of Milk Crater, mate? Let me get you in shape.

Whenever you listen to song on our crate, to Direct Relief we donate. When you find new music you change someone’s fate.

1“I Want It All (Vicetone Remix)” – Bonnie McKee

Genre: Dance

No better way to start the weekend than with a nice, up-tempo banger like this Vicetone remix of Bonnie McKee.

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2“Smoke” – Didrick x Ember Island

Genre: Electronic

Thoughtful and somber, “Smoke” by Didrick and Ember Island is a beautiful track that calls for introspection. Though it may be short, it packs an emotional punch.

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3“Blindfolds (feat. Naz Tokio)” – Rilan (French Horn Rebellion Remix)

Genre: Pop

Summer technically doesn’t start for another couple of days, but don’t tell that to Rilan and French Horn Rebellion. From the moment you press play, you’ll be boppin’ about to the smooth beats of “Blindfolds.”

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4“Colors” – Michael Blume

Genre: Experimental

There’s a lot of passion in this hybrid R&B/Singer-Songwriter/etc track by Michael Blume. The rhythm is not what one would expect, and he sometimes violates my self-imposed rule of not rhyming words with the same word, but his voice is sultry and guaranteed to make anyone melt. Overall, an amazing track that you should put on repeat right meow.

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5“Never Look Back” – Alex Sonata, Roxanne Emery

Genre: Trance

There is nothing I love more than some uplifting trance. As usual, Roxanne Emery’s vocals transport the listener’s mind to a place beyond reality where anything is possible, while Alex Sonata’s trance genius lets the listener’s body follow suit.

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6BONUS: “What Do You Mean It’s 1985” – Justin Bieber (TRONICBOX Rework)

Genre: 80s

Is it Whitney? Is it Celine? Is it Richard Marx? NO! It’s the Biebs in his best form.

There aren’t many words for this particular track, except that if you have a physical aversion to JBiebs, at least give this one a shot. It’s far different than you’d expect.

Thanks for listening!
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