Weedsday Playlist: Moonlit Moveable Feast Chef Sabrina Phelps Shares 5 Songs For Your Next Smoke Sesh

Puff, pass and play to this Weedsday playlist from Sabrina Phelps.
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Sabrina Phelps

Growing up near Los Angeles, Sabrina Phelps' childhood was spent strolling through beautiful local California farmers markets, and she continues that practice today as she loves incorporating seasonal offerings into her menus. Sabrina has traveled the world and brings with her the love and vast knowledge of cuisine from cultures across the globe. Sabrina graduated from culinary school in 2005 and has worked in restaurants in Los Angeles prior to focusing on private clients. One of her career highlights was being flown to Berlin in 2015 to be a guest chef of Zum Mond, where she created a menu of California/Southern cuisine. She's spent many years as a personal chef and caterer for clients including JAY-Z, Nine Inch Nails, Kanye West, The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, Justin Timberlake and Michelle Obama, to name a few. 

From 2009-2013 she worked at a dispensary and would make cannabis infused olive oils and sugar cookies to sell to patients. In 2017 she started working with Mary Jane University and High Dining.club to be the chef of their Moonlit Moveable Feast which is a 4 course cannabis-infused dining experience in Joshua Tree, Ca. The next one is September 22nd, so grab your tickets before it sells out!

We have her in for Weedsday playlist that covers a lot of ground in five tracks. 

Yves Tumor - The Feeling When You Walk Away

I was at Cure in New Orleans when this song came on.

I instantly fell in love with the voice and the melody. This song has a way of crawling into your soul and making you sway side to side. It’s the perfect tune to listen to as you relax on the couch after a long day of work and your first puff of indica.

Deadbeat feat. Paul St. Hilaire - Rock of Creation

Boy do I love dub techno: especially when I’m stoned. About fifty or so seconds into this song, when the bass comes in - it’s too good to not dance. This is another song that is a perfect “wind down” if I’m home cooking or chilling after a long day. give this song a listen because it is awesome!

Lanark Artefax - Touch Absence

I’ll never forget hearing this song on a Beach in Tulum. My fiancé was DJing at a festival on the beach and when this song came on, I had just walked back from a cacao ceremony and had smoked a joint. A minute into this song I looked up at the dark sky, covered in stars, and a shooting star fired above the beach. It was so magical, and whenever I hear this song now it takes me back to that moment in Paradise.

John Tejada - Aisling

When I’m smoking, the combination of the chord progression and the sound design in this song give me strong ASMR triggers! John Tejada is pretty much the crown jewel of LA dance music at this point, and this track is a perfect example of why.

Huerco S. - A Sea Of Love

This song reminds me of being on a black beach at night, one that’s too windy and the water is rough. Somehow this is comforting to me - I think next time I can, I’ll try to find a beach like that, and go there at night with this in my headphones, and twist one up. I think listening to ambient music while stoned is always a good option if you need to chill out.

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