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Pass the Aux: October

This month, our Pass the Aux playlist features tracks that bring a cozy and nostalgic vibe to the autumn season.

Golden (Acoustic) - Becca Mancari

Becca Mancari is an artist from Staten Island, now based in Nashville. Their song “Golden (Acoustic)” is a track with nostalgic lyrics and lush vocal harmonies, reflecting on a love that never goes away. With delicate string layers and a soothing guitar accompaniment, this song brings an inviting sense of tranquility.


Lovegod - Sarah Kinsley

Sarah Kinsley is an alternative pop artist based in New York. From her most recent EP “Ascension” released this year, her song “Lovegod” is a captivating, powerful track. Complete with a cinematic piano arrangement, emotional string interludes, and wistful lyrics yearning for love, this song evokes a beautiful atmosphere for the listener.


Never Enough - Lydia Luce

Lydia Luce is a singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist based in Nashville. Her recent single “Never Enough”, released in May 2023, is filled with enchanting harmonies and calming vocals. There is a sense of serenity that the arrangement and production conveys, as the lyrics meditate on appreciating what you have in the present moment.


Changes - Joy Oladokun

For this next recommendation, we have Joy Oladokun, a singer-songwriter coming from Nashville. From her 2023 album “Proof Of Life”, the track “Changes” contemplates the importance of accepting change, while also recognizing its anxiety-inducing nature. With catchy vocal melodies, mellow brass lines, and rich harmonies, this song provides a sense of hope for the future.


Eulogy for Nobody - Debbii Dawson

Our last track comes from singer-songwriter Debbii Dawson. From her latest EP “Learning”, released in 2023, her track “Eulogy for Nobody” is an enticing reflection of the past. Filled with atmospheric guitar and harmonies, and a beautiful vocal performance, this song provides peace and nostalgia.


Listen to and follow our Spotify Playlist to hear all these songs and more!

Written by Sadie Azersky

Edited by Nan Macmillan

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