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The Berklee Online Staff’s Favorite Songs of 2016

As 2016 comes to a close, many music fans are reflecting upon their favorite artists, albums, and songs of the past year. At Berklee Online, we’re all either musicians ourselves or avid music lovers, so we take these “Year In Music” articles seriously. Check out our favorite songs of 2016 in the Spotify playlist below.

Debrina, Academic Advisor: Bruno Mars – “24K Magic”
Chris, Academic Advising Team Lead: Astronoid – “Up and Atom”
Eric, Animator: Steve Hauschildt – “A False Seeming”
Steve, Assistant Registrar: Plants and Animals – “Je Voulais Te Dire”
Maggie, Academic Advisor: Parker Millsap – “Morning Blues”
Steve, Director of User Experience: Car Seat Headrest – “Drunk Drivers/Killer Whales”
Matt, Quality Assurance Specialist: Sia – “Alive”
Mike, Admissions Representative: Sturgill Simpson – “Keep It Between the Lines”
Tim, Senior Designer: The Divine Comedy – “How Can You Leave Me On My Own?”
Jessie, Executive Assistant: Sia featuring Miguel and Queen Latifah – “Satisfied”
Sue, Applicant Advisor: Sarah Neufeld – “We’ve Got A Lot”
Lisa, Outbound Marketing Manager: The Lumineers – “Ophelia”
Pat, Director of Marketing Automation: Miike Snow – “Genghis Khan”
Craig, Senior Video Producer: Charlie Hunter – “We Don’t Want Nobody Nobody Sent”
Mark, Academic Advisor: Thirdstory – “Searching For A Feeling”
Jeremy, Academic Advisor: Vulfpeck – “Dean Town”
Kayley, Social Media and Event Manager: The Last Shadow Puppets – “Pattern”
Eric, Academic Advisor: Angel Olsen – “Never Be Mine”
Pat, Writer/Editor: A Giant Dog – “Sex & Drugs”
Brian, Academic Advisor: Don Diablo, Steve Aoki, Lush & Simon – “What We Started”
Gabriel, Student Support: AmaLee – “Ninelie (Kabaneri of the Iron Fortress)”

Kayley Kravitz is the Social Media and Event Manager at Berklee Online. She has previously written for Vanyaland, the Huffington Post, the Boston Phoenix, and Filter magazine. When she's not editing this blog, updating our social media channels, or coordinating our events, she can be found spinning forgotten Britpop singles in Kendall Square.
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