TheAfternoonMix

The Folklore/1989 Mix This week I take a deep dive into the lyrics of “This Love” by Taylor Swift. I look at the countless!!! lyrical similarities between “This Love,” “My Tears Ricochet,” “Cardigan,” and what those similarities mean for the folklore love triangle as an allegory for Taylor’s life in quarantine…Enjoy!

The Traveling Woman Mix Yeehaw! Enjoy a little bit of my absolute FAVORITE genre of music: women on the run! (The more queer-coded, the better). My favorite artists for this genre are Brandi Carlile, The Chicks, Lee Ann Womack, and Emmylou Harris. The reason I bring them up is because almost none of them are […]

The Swift Mix!! Enjoy the best of folklore and evermore in this week’s mix.

Trying Something New! This week I read from the book The Body Keeps the Score: Brain, Mind, and Body in the Healing of Trauma by Bessel Van der Kolk, M.D. This episode, I read from the beginning of the book about contextualizing the authors experience in psychology/psychiatry and preliminary explanations of the body’s physiological response […]

The Good Weather Mix 🙂

The Christmas Mix, Pt. I Kicking off December with the first of four Christmas mixes! I have a giant playlist which has over 70 songs in total that I love to listen to on shuffle during the holiday season. It’s my ultimate collection of “the best of xmas” and includes classic Christmas music, country Christmas […]

The Study Mix (Angsty Version) Finals are fast approaching at PSU!! These relaxed tempos and alternative tunes are sure to get you focused and in the mood to study–while also being fun enough to sing along or smoke to. 😉

The Listener Mix This week’s playlist is 100% inspired by YOU!! I went through your comments on the KPSU website looking for any song recommendations and simply compiled them here. There were so many good picks that I’ll have to do a part two. 🙂 If you love classic rock anthems, this one is for […]

The Henry Mix <3 If you are looking for *love song* inspiration, this is the mix for you! Anyone in a long distance relationship knows that you have to get creative to show your affection. Enjoy this week’s playlist made from songs that make me think of my own long-distance boyfriend, Henry. 🙂

The Post-Midterm Mix Featuring classic upbeat hits from the 70s and slow jams from the 60s, this playlist is perfect for relaxing after an intense study session. Enjoy my second show on air! : )


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