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Atlanta trap stars like Migos, Future and 21 Savage slow-rolled out addictive smoked-filled hits. Here are our 50 favorites. Not really the best year to listen to some rich guy survey us poor suckers from atop his mountain of cash. Singer-guitarist Danielle Haim and her harmonizing sisters float in on the gold-dust pop of Fleetwood Mac, the country-rock swag of the Eagles and the giddy digital crackle of youth. A sunshine-y summertime banger for the mellow, post-Drake, post-Auto-Tune era where little bangs in the traditional sense. Over seething acoustic guitars and a sputtering harmonica, he ruminates on the circle of life and the possibly looming end of the world. Above a tinny guitar, she celebrates a love re-ignited through the sunny lens of the Southern California city. Hearty, rambling Midwestern romanticism from Brooklyn indie upstarts. Two lovers drive down the highway but only one survives a wreck in this twang-y slow-burner.
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Though none of us will probably be heading on vacation to the shore anytime soon, a girl can dream about a mix of head-bangers and soothing escapes in-between a day of swimming and drinking from a koozie. That said, nobody says you actually have to be at the beach to enjoy a great beach playlist. If it will help you escape the real world for a little in these unpredictable times, then that's all we can ask for. So, the next time you head on a weekend getaway or pretend to be on one as you work from home for the foreseeable future, radiate good vibes and hit play on our summer beach playlist, below. For more stories like this, including celebrity news, beauty and fashion advice, savvy political commentary, and fascinating features, sign up for the Marie Claire newsletter. United States. Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. What's Going on With 'The Bachelorette'?