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Weedsday Playlist: MJ Arsenal Marketing Director Sam Campbell Shares 5 Songs for Your Next Smoke Sesh

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Sam Campbell

Sam Campbell began his career as a nightlife photographer in Buenos Aires, Argentina, as Upon returning to the United States, Sam began producing marketing videos for numerous brands including Kidrobot, Adidas, BMW and Nissan under the moniker After meeting product developer Skip Stone in Boulder, Colorado, Sam co-founded the cannabis accessory company Stashlogix, bringing their widely popular cannabis storage products to market. In 2017, Sam joined forces with MJ Arsenal (MJA) as the Director of Marketing and continues to drive the company’s innovative Joint and Blunt Bubblers, Mini Rigs, and accessories to fans around the world.

Yesterday, MJA unveiled four new designs, the latest line of mini rigs – Atlas, Royale, Ursa, and the Jammer — for all your dabbing needs. To celebrate this new release, we asked Sam to curate this week’s Weedsday Playlist and with tunes from Nothing Gold, The Books and Aphex Twin. You won’t be disappointed!

MJ Arsenal Mini-Rig

MJ Arsenal’s new line of Mini Rigs

The Books - Tokyo

This track is one of my favorites to get out of bed to. There is a lot going on in The Books tunes, but the frenetic energy its strangely calming. I love the use of aleatoric sounds to create environments and tell stories, too. I highly recommend their album “The Lemon of Pink.”

Khruangbin - Evan Finds The Third Room

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Yes, this song reminds me of my best friends, the mountains, and a wedding. Super funky.

Midnight Star - The Midas Touch (Hell Interface Remix)

Boards of Canada is a great band to smoke weed to while looking up their wikipedia page. They supposedly incorporate subliminal messages in their music... Rad.

Nothing Gold - Joakim (Todd Terje Remix)

Everything Todd Terje touches turns to gold. We’ve been bumping this track at the office post-sesh to get us into our flow.

Aphex Twin - Alberto Balsalm

Aphex Twin’s videos used to scare the shit out of me as a kid, but all of his music is pretty prolific. This is one of my favorite tracks of his (He, too, has an interesting wikipedia page).

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