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Tania is currently the Founder & Editor-in-Chief of The Hudsucker, and a News Editor at the Nashville, Tennessee based PopCulture.com. With past writing and editing credits with Womanista, Quietly, the International Women's Media Foundation (IWMF) and NBC Newsvine, she is currently a member of Indianapolis based, Society of Professional Journalists — one of the oldest organizations in the U.S. that promotes and represents journalists. She is an avid Indianapolis Colts, Elvis Presley and baseball fan as well as a lover of pancakes and fine cheeses, film, and music. Tania is a Hoosier at heart with a passionate wanderlust for always traveling and giving back to those in her community. She is currently a journalism student at Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Follow Tania on Twitter: @westlifebunny.

The Hudsucker’s Quintessential Fall Playlist

{Image Credit: Instagram / @skinit}

{Image Credit: Instagram / @skinit}

As we dive head first into a new season, it’s no secret that fall is certainly here. With the leaves changing color and pumpkin spice in the crisp autumn air, there’s much to love about this beautiful and colorful season. But between all the baking for the upcoming holiday season, wearing our favorite sweaters and coats, and tending to our Halloween love, it’s evident our music players need a reinvigorating refresh with brand new tunes to keep us company for these next few months.

And while music is a selective taste much like everything pumpkin, there are some songs this season that are definitely fitting as we move from that bonfire and beach vibe, to the apple orchards and falling leaves.

From new tracks that are going viral by the hottest artists like Sia, Bruno Mars and John Legend; to some of our favorites paying homage to the cozy and intimate season like this month’s Nobel Prize Winner, Bob Dylan or the Chris Martin-penned track “Sky Full of Stars” that’s a magical hug for those clear, cool nights, there’s definitely something for everyone — including one for political junkies paying close attention to the U.S. presidential election: “It’s Ms. Jackson, if you’re nasty.”

What are you listening to this fall? Share your recommendations in the comments below.

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