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Here are some tunes you can listen ti this weekend. Pixabay

By Siddhi Jain

The weekend is just two days away, and music junkies are already looking for new tunes, or quarantunes they can listen to on repeat while they relax after a busy week of working from home.


Especially in these unprecedented times, with many home working and finding ways to pass time, music becomes a great companion and is a way of soothing and uniting us all.

Coming from the creators of TikTok, a social music streaming app Resso has added ‘Quarantunes’ as a song tab on its Discover page that has three radio stations – ‘Home Concerts’, ‘Chill’ and ‘Work It Out’.

Its top music picks for the weekend:


Listen to Sidhu Moose Wala’s songs. Wikimedia Commons

Workout

Same Beef – Sidhu Moose Wala, Bohemia

Lo-Fi

Music picks: Top weekend eQuarantunes’

Can We Kiss Forever? – Kina

Home Concerts

Music picks: Top weekend eQuarantunes’

Nikes – Frank Ocean

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Chill

Music picks: Top weekend eQuarantunes’

Feelings – lauv

(IANS)


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