First month of the year means January playlist from us to you, a playlist about expansive energy - real one, about resilience and focus.

First month of the year means January playlist from us to you, a playlist about expansive energy - real one, about resilience and focus.

2021, everyone knows you didn’t start your best but we tried, though. This one is not about new beginnings or any of the obsessive resolutions everyone forced you to write down somewhere. This playlist is about expansive energy – real one.

2021, everyone knows you didn’t start your best but we tried, though. First month of the year means first playlist from us to you. This one is not about new beginnings or any of the obsessive resolutions everyone forced you to write down somewhere. This playlist is about expansive energy – real one. It’s about resilience and focus at its finest. It’s the mantra we unconsciously chose to pursue when we toasted during those last few minutes of 2020. ‘Start where you are, use what you have, do what you can’.

Contemporary and classic rock are the main characters of this January Playlist, with a touch of spanish indie because it completely made sense to be honest. We also feel this is a very much appropriate running jam, so if that’s something you’re doing these days, can we join you? We won’t spill much tea before you press play but be ready for another eclectic mix with the spirit of Kodaline and The Strokes and the vocals of Joan Jett. Our favourite this time – ‘Love you so bad’ by Furman. We also love you so bad and hope this brings nice energy to these first days of the year.

You can find the rest of our monthly recommendations at the Playlist Archive.

A January playlist for 2021 made via BLASS.

First month of the year means first playlist from us to you, a playlist about expansive energy - real one, about resilience and focus.

a January playlist by BLASS

Plastic Hearts Miley Cyrus
I love so bad Ezra Furman
Hold me now  Thompson Twins
The adults are talking The Strokes
Under Pressure Queen, David Bowie
Last train to London Electric Light Orchestra
Copacabana Izal
Fake emotions Medusa Box
I’m done Aurora & The Betrayers
It doesn’t matter now Early James
Human Again Kodaline
Cancion de guerra Supersubmarina
Crimson and Clover Joan Jett

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