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April Favorites

April 30, 2017

Photo by Danny Rozenblit featuring Cassie Brown for Mad Sounds Magazine Issue 22 

 

Another month gone, another compilation of favorites!

 

Music

 

The Chainsmokers: The EDM/pop duo recently released their new album Memories...Do Not Open, and it’s full of catchy hooks and bass drops to last a lifetime.

 

Little Big Town: Even for non-country fans, LBT’s new album The Breaker is sure to be a new go-to on your playlist.

 

Louis The Child: Another music duo in the electronic pop scene, their music is perfect for studying, weekend shenanigans, and every occasion in-between.

Creative Accounts

 

Keaton Milburn (@kkeeaattoonn): This beauty-focused YouTuber is one to follow and watch for. Besides having killer style, she’s personable and full of positive energy. Her Coachella style was also among some of the best.

 

Olivia Jade (@oliviajade): Another YouTuber and influencer to add to your subscription box, Olivia is true to herself while having a closet that will soon make you empty your wallet (no regrets).

Books

 

Big Little Lies by Liane Moriarty: In case you don’t have any form of social media, this book-turned-HBO favorite is all the talk. Read a few pages and you’ll soon understand the hype surrounding this modern day murder mystery.

 

Searching for John Hughes by Jason Diamond: Any fan of The Breakfast Club, Pretty in Pink, or any other John Hughes classic needs to pick up this honest and funny memoir from writer Jason Diamond.

TV & Movies

 

Prison Break: I finished this crime fan-favorite a couple years ago, but recently started watching again and all I have to say is run, don’t walk, to your couch to put on this nail-biting drama.

 

Beauty and the Beast: I’ve seen this twice in theaters now and it’s just the two hour breather you need from your crazy end of school year schedule.

 

Chicago: Another musical for you, but quite different from the above recommendation. Chicago follows all of the ruckus that surrounded these unforgettable characters in 1920s Chicago.

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