We’re excited to bring you a special edition of Mass Mix. This month we talked to some of the performers at Boston Calling and asked them to tell us what songs they can’t get out of their heads.

Flying Lotus, “More” feat. Anderson .Paak

Norman Spence from Tank And The Bangas told us he just listened to Flying Lotus’ new album Flamagra, which was praised by several other artists on this list. He gave a special shout out to “More,” a collaboration with fellow festival performer Anderson .Paak. -Norman Spence, Tank And The Bangas

Vampire Weekend, “This Life”

Chromeo’s David Macklovitch has Vampire Weekend’s upbeat “This Life” on repeat. Their 2019 release Father of the Bride is packed with catchy tracks like this one. -David Macklovitch, Chromeo

Julia Jacklin, “Don’t Know How To Keep Loving You”

Marcel Tussie from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever recommends this breakup song on Australian singer-songwriter Julia Jacklin’s second album Crushing. “Some songs just get you," Tussie tells us. "This one really did for me." -Marcel Tussie, Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

Grace Ives, 2nd

Sidney Gish has been enjoying Grace Ives and her electronic album 2nd. "For her live sets, she djs, where she does her own top lines which are really good,” Sidney says. “She’s also a great producer and makes really fun catchy songs.” -Sidney Gish

Tyler, The Creator, “Earfquake”

Albert Allenback, saxophonist and flautist from Tank And The Bangas, has been a big fan of Tyler, The Creator and his track “Earfquake.” The song comes from his fifth album Igor, which features an appearance by Playboi Carti. -Albert Allenback, Tank And The Bangas

Kacey Musgraves, Golden Hour

Ryan Hater from White Reaper has been hooked on Kacey Musgraves’ Golden Hour. The Grammy-winning album is chock full of shimmery country-pop melodies like “Slow Burn” and “Space Cowboy." -Ryan Hater, White Reaper

Aldous Harding, Designer

Tom Russo from Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever told us to check out Designer, from New Zealand singer-songwriter Aldous Harding. The new album is an eccentric mix of folk and pop. -Tom Russo,Rolling Blackouts Coastal Fever

Hi-Gloss, “You'll Never Know”

Patrick Gemayel from Chromeo threw it back to the 80s with this funk track from Hi-Gloss. Gemayel is choosing to go old school with his music choices lately - back to the essentials. -Patrick Gemayel, Chromeo

Sharon Van Etten, Remind Me Tomorrow

Like us, White Reaper’s Tony Esposito has been playing Sharon Van Etten’s new album on repeat. Remind Me Tomorrow is Van Etten’s fifth release after taking a five-year hiatus, and is a powerful statement about life and motherhood. -Tony Esposito, White Reaper

The National, “Light Years”

Gang of Youths drummer Donnie Borzestowski is in love with this closing track from The National’s new album I Am Easy to Find. The song also made it onto last month’s edition of Mass Mix. -Donnie Borzestowski, Gang Of Youths

C.H.E.W., Feeding Frenzy

Rick Maguire from Pile gave a shout out to C.H.E.W., a Chicago-based hardcore punk band that his group has been touring with. Their album Feeding Frenzy was released last September. -Rick Maguire, Pile