Whats This Playlist About?: By now we all know Ms. Swifts rather fickle taste in men, so its refreshing to see 43 other things that she loves——at least for now. This playlist will be updated monthly, after all.What You Get: The old Taylor may be dead, but between a few f-bombs (which youre hit with straight away via Bazzis woozy R&B hit "Mine") and some feel-good hip-hop, she still wants——and needs——to preserve that cuddly every-girl image. The vibe here is almost exclusively mellow and moody. This is intimate pop for candlelit moments, with lots of silky post-xx dream-pop (EXES, Haux) and sensitive post-Bon Iver dream-folk (Bootstraps, Trent Dabbs). Filling in the gaps are a couple of her very own songs, because, you know, self-love is whats most important.The Track That Defines It All: Sylvan Essos stripped-down lullaby "There Are Many Ways To Say I Love You," a short but sweet distillation of everything Taylor stands for.Greatest Discovery: Kiwi singer/songwriter Holly Arrowsmith, whose pure, pretty folk number, "Love Together," is the most pleasantly modest track of the bunch.Biggest Surprise: Yoke Lores precious cover of Savage Gardens of "Truly Madly Deeply." Hes kind of like the male Birdy.Will This Playlist Turn Taylor Haters Into Lovers?: Not likely, but it may quickly put them to sleep (and shut them up).