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The SUN Staff’s Picks: Quarantine Music Recs

Sarah: Volume II by The Ink Spots (Honest, Flirty, Blue), This Love by Bobby Oroza (Vulnerable, Consistent, @ Peace), Honorable Mention: Portrait of a Time by Peter Cat Recording Co. (a single, not an album). 

Sofia: Ultraviolence by Lana Del Rey (healing, romantic, harmonious), Rumors by Fleetwood Mac (nostalgia, peace, content)

Chloe: Son of Cloud by Son Of Cloud (soft, comforting, soul-affirming), Djesse, Vol. 1 and 2 by Jacob Collier (experimental, harmonious, indescribable), Honorable mention: Take Yourself Home by Troye Sivan (a single, not an album). 

Leyana: Melodrama by Lorde (genuine, cohesive, comforting), Nothing Happens by Wallows (funky, lovable, fun)

Colin: Apricot Princess by Rex Orange County (soothing, jovial, personal), Cage the Elephant by Cage the Elephant (gritty, fast-paced, exhilarating) 

Devina: Wings by BTS (insightful, passionate, raw), Happiness Begins by the Jonas Brothers (jarring, optimistic, spirited)

Roxy: Fire on Marzz by Benee (lighthearted, groovy, cheerful), Horizons by Surfaces (comfortable, lowkey, tropical)

Ro’aa: Take Time by Giveon (mellow, raw, emotional), To Let a Good Thing Die by Bruno Major (blue, mellow, poetic), Honorable Mention: Peach by Kevin Abstract

Cameron: The Dream Chapter: Eternity by Tomorrow X Together (intriguing, captivating, electrifying) Mono. by RM (dreamlike, intimate, sentimental) 

Prisha: Flower Boy by Tyler the Creator (authentic, grasping, chill), Kid Krow by Conan Gray (honest, vulnerable, heartfelt)

Written by Sarah Kadous

Sarah Kadous is an 18-year-old political activist from San Diego, CA. When she's not fulfilling her duty as the Co-Editor in chief of the MC Sun, the News and Activism Editor of Pure Nowhere Magazine, and Co-Director of March for Our Lives San Diego, Kadous religiously drinks cold brew and listens to the soothing soul Luiz Bonfa.

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