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Bundle up and get down: songs to keep you warm

Senior Staff Writer

Published: Monday, November 12, 2012

Updated: Monday, November 12, 2012 22:11

Cold weather is coming. The change is inevitable and, like it or not, Oxford will soon transform into a quasi-frozen tundra. There are a few ways to keep yourself warm this winter: 1. Blast your heat and pay an obscene amount of money to the electric company, 2. Find a snuggle-buddy to mooch some body heat from, or 3. Find a way to keep yourself moving and generate your own heat.

Shelling out a wheelbarrow of money may be feasible for some people and others may have no problem remaining attached-at-the-hip to a significant other for the duration of winter. However, for those of us who need a better alternative, staying active and moving is easy and can be pretty darn entertaining. What’s the best way to motivate yourself to move? Dancing. What do you need to dance? Upbeat, catchy music.

This dance-inducing playlist is designed to keep you moving this winter. It is filled with catchy, relatively new alternative rock songs. Use this playlist to impress your friends with your cold weather-combating ingenuity and breadth of lesser-known music expertise.

1. “Trojans” Atlas Genius

2. “Forest Whitaker” Bad Books

3. “Where The Kids Are” Blondfire

4. “Safe and Sound” Capital Cities

5. “Come Home” Chappo

6. “At Home” Crystal Fighters

7. “It’s Time” Imagine Dragons

8. “Warrior” Kimbra (feat. Mark Foster)

9. “Let’s Go” Matt & Kim

10. “I Will Wait” Mumford & Sons

11. “Away Frm U” Oberhofer

12. “Little Talks” Of Monsters And Men

13. “Take A Walk” Passion Pit

14. “Bloody Mary (Nerve Endings)” Silversun Pickups

15. “No Tell” Smoke & Jackal

16. “Tightrope” Walk the Moon

17. “The King and All of His Men” Wolf Gang

18. “We Come Running” Youngblood Hawke

19. “Kill Your Heroes” AWOLNATION

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