Category Archives: Mixtape Monday

Mixtape Monday: Ladies & Femmes of Warped Tour 2017

The Daily Slice’s Mixtape Monday is making a comeback, starting off with a compilation of ladies and femmes rocking this year’s Vans Warped Tour. Stay tuned throughout the next month for coverage of the Hartford, CT date of the tour, happening this Sunday!

Bonus track: “Just Fine” by Montage, a group with an amazing R&B-meets-alternative sound that Warped Tour could surely use more of. They played Warped Tour in Ohio on July 18, but if Kevin Lyman knows what’s good for him, he’ll bring them back on for more dates next year.


Did we miss any of your favorites on the tour this year? Share them with us in the comments below!

Listen: Our Candy Clearance Day Celebration Playlist

It’s February 15th, also known as the day after Valentine’s Day, also known as the day the value packs of heart-shaped Reece’s Peanut Butter Cups go on sale for at least half off and every drug store in the country. Whether you hate that you love the black Friday of Hallmark stores or you love to hate its capitalist schemes, this blessed time of cheap candy and corny trinkets is something we can all appreciate. To celebrate, we’ve put together a playlist of our favorite angsty teenager-era anti-Valentine’s Day anthems for your enjoyment. Follow us on Spotify for more playlists and comment your addition to the list below!


Mixtape Monday: The End of 2016

Well, 2016 has been a year. We were serious when it came to memes, ridiculous when it came to elections, and horrified when it came to the amount of important musicians who left us this year. Thankfully, we did have a lot of great music to get us through all the garbage. Naturally, as millennials, we decided to celebrate this beautiful music with a playlist. Hopefully it will continue to help us all through 2017 and beyond.


Mixtape Monday: LGBTQIA Pride

June is LGBTQIA Pride Month, and pride festivals, parades, and other events are in full swing all over the world. Pride Month is incredibly important to many members of the LGBTQIA community, because it is a time to celebrate the parts of us that the world often demeans and criticizes us for. It is also a time to remember the activists that have fought for us to be able to have the voice we have now, such as Marsha P. Johnson, Sylvia Rivera (two trans women of color who took part in the Stonewall Riots), and Harvey Milk (the first openly gay person elected to public office in the US). In order to mark this auspicious occasion, we’ve created a Pride themed mixtape, featuring queer, transgender, and gender non-conforming artists. Representation in media, including music, is incredibly important for LGBTQIA people, and youth especially.

We would also like to take this time to express our love and support to those affected by the shooting in Orlando. This Pride Month is also about remembering the lives that were tragically cut short by homophobia and hatred. We stand with you.