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Monthly Mixtape: Amber Rain and Crisp Champagne

Monthly Mixtape: Amber Rain and Crisp Champagne / Bev Cooks

Happy November! Out of your candy coma just yet? This mixtape, the vibe of it has nothing really to do with the title. And to be fully transparent, I hadn’t planned on even sharing this playlist with you all. I started it sort of recently when I was craving a specific sound. THIS sound. Mostly […]

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Monthly Mixtape: Amber Limbs and Moonlit Hymns

Monthly Mixtape: Amber Limbs and Moonlit Hymns / Bev Cooks

Time for tunez! I mean tunes. I mean toons. I mean tunes. Are we okay? I love October so much. To the naked eye, this photo looks like summer in a nutshell, I get it. Bare legs, chlorophyll overload, some pretty blooms tucked to the left. But it’s happening! October and all its brilliant glory […]

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Monthly Mixtape: Sun Slants and Long Pants

Monthly Mixtape: Sun Slants and Long Pants / Bev Cooks

Can we just take a moment to realize that 2021 is basically over? Sort of. In a way. We’re in the ‘Embers tomorrow and we all know it’s a slippery slope from here. Apples, pumpkins, candy, turkey, pine clippings, gift wrap, SNOW. We don’t have to talk about it though. I can sense you’re having […]

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Monthly Mixtape: Crackling Sky and Ice Cream High

Monthly Mixtape: Crackling Sky and Ice Cream High / Bev Cooks

Julyyyy! Second half of the year, here we go. Are you kicking? Screaming? Creeping? Sliding? Singing? Bee-bopping? You’re a bee-bopper, I can feel it. I’m not sure that’s even remotely how you spell bee-bop, but I’m going for it. I don’t have much for you today, besides some tuuuuunes, bruh. There’s no real THEME, it’s […]

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Monthly Mixtape: Market Blossoms and Loose Cotton

Monthly Mixtape: Market Blossoms and Loose Cotton / Bev Cooks

It’s May! And I’ve got the most cheerful mixtape for you. Not cheerful like hokey. Cheerful as in, feel good. Upbeat. Bob-your-head music. Because man, the blooms are fragrant, the markets are open and the wine is chilled. It is May. I suppose not all of these songs are what one would call “cheerful”. There’s […]

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