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Seeing as how May seems to have completely fallen out from underneath our feet and the hot weather we've been having in the UK hints at the chance of an actual summer, it seems only right to include what may very well become the soundtrack to your 2018. 

'Skip a Beat' is the quintessential tropical anthem. The product of powerhouse duo Greg and Alex, aka Second Floor Rumour, everything from the subtle Caribbean percussion to the beautiful melodic lead pluck paints a steamy picture of watching the sun drop behind the ocean before slipping off across the sand to Save the World! of that special someone... 

I think anyone who's been working hard over the past few months, especially those of you who've had exams and assignments to conquer, owes themselves a bit of time to celebrate, and what better track to commemorate your Victory! than this exotic masterpiece? 

Have a drink on me team x 


Clarity by Ellipsis

The Music to Save The World playlist is sponsored this month by Clarity from Ellipsis.

Enter the Jungle and #FindYourClarity; fresh Chillstep from Ellipsis to help you focus. Stream it now:


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About the curator - Matt Jenko

 Matt Jenko - Music to Curator

Matt Jenko is a university postgraduate and music producer with an unhealthy obsession with Rick & Morty and all things Game of Thrones. When he’s not in the studio (a rare occurrence these days), he’s fueling his passion for music either on the net or out in the real world. He likes being out in the nature (in the least strenuous capacity though, let’s be real here) and chilling with his cat, and he’s also pretty proud of his mammoth collection of books that he’s never read.

Checkout Matt's project Ellipsis on Spotify and Facebook

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