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I'm one of those people that if you ask me my taste in music, I'll say I'm all over the place. Not because I can't decide, but because there actually isn't very much music that I don't like. Yes, I do have a few favorites, but for the most part, you can get me to find ups and downs to anything you play. Here are some albums I've been into lately.
- •Talking Is Hard - Walk the MoonYes, they do have more than just Shut Up and Dance. A fantastic song, I'll give it that, but seriously, tracks like Different Colors and Work This Body are top notch. And I honestly could listen to the closing track called Aquaman over and over until I die.
- •Lost Forever // Lost Together - ArchitectsFor fans of music on the heavier side. This British quintet brings it hard. They've been around a while but I think they finally hit their perfect stride with this album. The opening track is called Gravedigger, and it immediately will knock you off your feet with how heavy it is. Track 2 is my favorite. It's called Naysayer. The "title track" is actually called Youth Is Wasted On The Young, but it's another fantastic one.
- •Delirium - Ellie GouldingJust dropped within the last couple weeks. Ellie shows every side of her beautifully British mind on this album, hitting home with relatable lyrics, but also making you want to dance your face off with songs like Something In The Way You Move.
- •The Night God Slept - Silent PlanetNo one knows about these guys, but I guarantee they will soon. In a genre where it's becoming increasingly difficult to be innovative, Silent Planet is exactly that; innovative. They do things with their music that I've never heard from anyone before. On top of that, they have maybe the most honest and challenging lyrics I've heard. Plus, an absolutely KILLER live show.
I've done a lot of traveling. I've seen a lot of the world. These are my favorite places so far. Here's to seeing the rest of them.
- 10.Berchtesgaden, GermanyWe'll start with Berchtesgaden. It's a rarely heard of town in the Alps of southern Germany that makes it onto this list primarily because of the ridiculous amount of beauty you'll find here. It's the home of Hitler's Eagles Nest and some of the best local beer you'll ever drink.
- 9.Seattle, Washington, USAIt seriously is a damn shame that I only got to spend one day in the Emerald City, but I am SO looking forward to whenever I get to go back. After living in Los Angeles, the clean, crisp air in Seattle is a nice break. On top of that, the fish markets, the music scene, the coffee, plus year round sports between the Seahawks and Mariners, and a friendly population makes Macklemore's hometown a winner.
- 8.Santorini, GreeceI feel like Santorini makes frequent appearances on lists like this. Rightfully so. If you go, rent quads for your stay. It's the best way to get around the island. It has beautiful beaches, the picturesque town of Oia (the one you see in every picture of Santorini), and Gyros for dayz. Seriously. Greek food 👌🏻