Music Monday

I spaced last week and forgot to post the playlist of the week, so to make up for that, you get two for the price of one today:  Modern Romance and We’re not Robots.


Modern Romance is just a little gather of love songs that feel a bit more like what love really is to me.  Some of the songs are quirky and sweet, and others are a little more deep. Some of the songs are about those first butterflies, and some are about working at it a little further down the line.  And maybe a little bit of heartbreak, of course.

Here’s the track list:

  1. Tell Her You Love Her – Echosmith
  2. Walk Through Hell – Say Anything
  3. If You Don’t Mind – Sam Behymer
  4. Between Me and You – Brandon Flowers
  5. What I Wouldn’t Do – Serena Ryder
  6. La Luna – Lucy Schwartz
  7. You Are Enough – Sleeping At Last
  8. Stolen Dance – Milky Chance
  9. Modern Romance – TV On The Radio (This is a cover, definitely check out the original by the Yeah, Yeah, Yeahs.)
  10. 10,000 Emerald Pools

Here’s the link:


We are not Robots is inspired by a few things this week.  My husband is an engineer with a very scientific mind.  I made playlists about how opposite we were when we dated.  This week I had been listening to some Marina and the Diamonds around the house, and he happened to hear “I am not a Robot” later in the week on one of his podcasts.  It just reminded me of some of those songs and why I love them.

So it’s equal parts songs about technology, robots, songs sung by a robot and love in the technical age. Here you go:

  1. I am not a Robot – Marina and the Diamonds
  2. Science Vs. Romance – Rilo Kiley
  3. But She Beat My High Score – Say Hi (I do not condone dumping your awesome gamer girlfriend.  Just propose, she’ll game with you forever.)
  4. Yoshimi Battles the Pink Robots – The Flaming Lips
  5. Still Alive – Aperture Science Psychoacoustic Laboratory
  6. Want You Gone – Apeture Science Psychoacoustic Laboratory



Published by Aubrey Lyn Jeppson

Aubrey Lyn Jeppson is a Freelance Writer. Who really wants to live in reality all the time? Writing affords her a much needed escape from the mundane into the fantastical. She's always looking for other writers and artists to collaborate with. Email her at

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