Without further ado, let's find out how I closed out the year musically.
1,506 - 50 a day on average, largely thanks to our Christmas break which allowed me to actually listen to music as much as I'd like.
1.Arctic Monkeys - 63 plays
2. Neck Deep - 46
3. Anti-Flag - 43
4. Scott Bradlee's postmodern jukebox - 31
5. Jonathan Young - 28
Pretty much same old same old until you get to postmodern jukebox which if you haven't heard of before, is a great cover band and does amazing old timey renditions of modern songs. Jonathan Young is a YouTuber who also specializes in covers but his are metal/rock and equally amazing.
1.Jonathan Young - double trouble, 11 plays. You'll have to hear this one to get how great this is. The music video is pretty cool too and Jon's team rocket counterpart has some serious vocal chords on her.
2. Slipknot - Snuff, 10 plays. If I didn't hear Corey Taylor singing this song I couldn't believe this is actually Slipknot, it's definitely not what they are known for but this ballad is phenomenal.
3. Scott Bradlee's postmodern jukebox - Crazy, 9 plays. A great cover of an already classic song, I honestly like this version more but I know people disagree with me on that. Anyway it's a duet and slow as molasses but it also works super well.
4. Scott Bradlee - City of Stars, 8 plays. I don't seem to get enough of this song and another version of it making this list pretty much proves it.
4. Jonathan Young - every time we touch, 8 plays. This was kind of an addiction for me and the real number is a lot higher but I've listen to it offline so I don't know what it is in reality.
Also I kinda proofread last months post (probably should've done that earlier) and noticed that buried in Verona's chart topper had been autocorrected to like, when it was supposed to be LionHeart.
That's the last update in the "series" which was my attempt to post at least monthly for a year here since I'm kinda awful at writing journals. Some things worked while others didn't but overall it was a good time, I'm not going to continue posting these here in 2018 but I might post something similar on my blog...