Hearing a song that was popular during your bar or bat mitzvah season is like traveling back in time. The first few notes creep in and you’re transported into a temple auditorium filled with sweaty 12- and 13-year-olds, the rainbow strobe lights flashing and party motivators directing your arm movements—high, middle, low, repeat—usually to a song like Kool & The Gang’s “Celebration.” But with age comes understanding: there’s actually more to play at a bar mitzvah or wedding than #1 hits from the 1980s. Our newest Friday feature finds those songs for you, condensing each week’s new music into a short list of guaranteed party hits, plus a suggested time during the party to play each of the songs. There’s never been an easier way to ensure you’ll look hip at your cousin’s nephew’s wedding next month.Miley Cyrus, “#GETITRIGHT”Who: She might be a “strategic hot mess” (and, dare we say, a little anti-Semitic?) but Miley’s still making pop music that America can’t stop talking about.The Song: The Neptunes gave Miley a winner. With a bouncy guitar line and lustrous whistles, who even cares what she’s talking about (hint: it’s sex).The Moment: Call the adults on the dance floor because this beat has no age limit. Mom and dad will do a little dip and twirl to this one.Sleigh Bells, “Young Legends”Who: New York duo Alexis Krauss and Derek Edward Miller signed to M.I.A’s label N.E.E.T in 2010. Sleigh Bells released their 3rd album, Bitter Rivals, this week.The Song: Just a bit less crowded and in-your-face than the rest of the album, “Young Legends” is still lush rock music, but with a slight tropical edge.The Moment: Call all the girls up to light a candle on that sugary, colorful cake. Watch them shimmy their way through the candle lighting ceremony to this jam.Pusha T, “King Push”Who: One-half of Clipse finally makes his solo debut with My Name is My Name. At the album listening party Kanye West famously said, “Pusha T is culture” so you know this is important.The Song: The first single off MNIMN, “King Push” is, almost unbelievably, co-produced by Joaquin Phoenix and Kanye West. If that doesn’t make it interesting enough, the stuttering, exploding drums should be reason enough to tune in.The Moment: The lights turn down, guests split to form an aisle leading towards the dance floor, a spotlight shines on the door, and the bar mitzvah boy walks in (crown optional).Check out the rest of the Tablet playlists here.