Music to Watch The Apocalypse

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Music to Watch The Apocalypse

It's hard to be born into a world that's crumbling. It's an existential crisis that has wormed its way into the collective consciousness of every generation: "what if it all ends, right here and right now". The only difference between those generations past and us is that we very well may actually be here to see it all.

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Henry González - Music to Curator Interview

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Henry González - Music to Curator Interview

My name is Henry González, I'm from Bogotá, Colombia, born and raised. I'm currently a student, rediscovering my life path. I studied music and graduated as a classical pianist, among other studies, but decided to take my life on a different path, so I'm currently studying Ayurveda, among other things, and have dedicated my life to find ways to heal and to seek wellness…

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Aarushi Aggarwal - Music to Curator Interview

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Aarushi Aggarwal - Music to Curator Interview

My name is Aarushi and I live in Delhi, India where I am a student. Hopefully not for long though; I graduate in May.

2/ Is This Something You Always Wanted To Do? What Do You Enjoy About It?

Yes, this is something I have wanted to do at least for the last 6 years. I realised I loved discovering new music and what bummed me out was people's low tolerance towards new and good music. Everyone listens to the same kind of generic stuff that everyone else is listening to. As a result, some great artists and great music get ignored. My aim was to bring the less heard music to people: it started with me sharing music with friends and now it extends to the world. I get a kick out of people telling me that they loved what I introduced them to. 

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Noka Agudah - Music to Curator Interview

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Noka Agudah - Music to Curator Interview

My name is Noka Agudah and I live in Lagos, Nigeria. I am an intellectual Property lawyer in sports and entertainment.

2/ Is This Something You Always Wanted To Do? What Do You Enjoy About It?

I wouldn't say it is something i have always wanted to do but i have always loved making playlists and having my songs of the moment easily accessible..lol. I love that when i listen to an amazing track, i get to share it with other people and i like that i also get to write my feelings, thoughts on the track…

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Music to Strut To

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Music to Strut To

It’s like this. You know that scene in The Devil Wears Prada, where Anne Hathaway has gone through a complete makeover because she wants to impress her boss? And she walks through the NYC streets in all of her new high-fashion outfits? She’s hailing cabs, running across the street in heels (somehow elegantly?), and she’s walking through the office like she owns the place as the song Vogue by Madonna plays…

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Music to Embrace The Feminine Future

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Music to Embrace The Feminine Future

First and foremost this comes from the artistic spirits of women such as Chaka Khan, Janet Jackson, Erykah Badu, Sade, Lauryn Hill, Jill Scott, Lil Kim, Bahamedia, Queen Latifah, Ladybug Mecca, Missy Elliot, Aaliyah, Janelle Monáe, Georgia Anne Muldrow, Rihanna, Beyoncé, and many, many others. ..

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Music to Float Away Your Fears

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Music to Float Away Your Fears

Many people focus on the past and worry about the future, however these behaviors hinder ourselves from living happy lives. The goal of this playlist is to help listeners focus on living in the moment by listening to music that has positive messages about life…

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Music to Alté

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Music to Alté

Alté is a term in Nigeria we use to describe the new generation of musicians with a new sound, There are a lot of good music out there the world hasn't heard because the artist is not so popular I made this playlist because the world needs to hear them, someone somewhere needs to vibe to this kind of music and this is all for you, this cuts across a lot of genre and music from all over the world…

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Music to Nod Your Head

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Music to Nod Your Head

As a dj for over 30 years, its evident i love music.and growing up in Brooklyn in the 70’s and 80’s there was good music all around from the Sound Of Philly to Motown, to Hip-Hop. and the ONE thing that all great music has in common it that it makes you FEEL a certain way…

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Music to Have A Picnic To

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Music to Have A Picnic To

We all experience stress in our lives and we all have different ways of coping with it. Personally, music and outdoor meditation help me a lot when I am experiencing lots of “brain noise.” If we share the same stress-relieving methods, then this is the playlist for you…

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Music to Navigate A Life

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Music to Navigate A Life

My wedding... God, what a bloody awful day that was. We'd caught the back-end of some major storm, As we left the church, in a soaking shivering huddle, the organist hit the third verse of MORNING HAS BROKEN.

‘Mine is the sunlight. Mine is the morning.’

And suddenly, out came the sun…

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Music to Therapize Yourself

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Music to Therapize Yourself

I'm a musician, songwriter and a music producer from Italy.

I love to create playlists for each moment of my everyday life.

Music is like a therapy, I have an emotional connection to the craft and I truly enjoy and love sharing music with friends and people I really take care. The pure energy of music is often better than the most part of medicines, to cure the difficulties, the anxieties and the fears that undermine our daily well-being…

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(Re)Mixing It Up - An Interview with Save the World Featured Artist SWACQ

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(Re)Mixing It Up - An Interview with Save the World Featured Artist SWACQ

As a music curator, I'm sent a lot of music. But every so often, I'm hit with something that completely stops me in my tracks. Dutch producer SWACQ's remix of 'Faded Away' by Sweater Beats & Icona Pop is well and truly Music to Save the World! (you can read about why here,) and has rightly been our featured track for the month of October.

With a catalogue that spans a huge range of styles and includes collaborations with the likes of Tiësto, Nicky Romero and Justin Mylo - not to mention the frequent spins on the iconic  Hardwell on Air collections - SWACQ is clearly a force to be reckoned with in the world of electronic music…

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Music to Explore Everything

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Music to Explore Everything

I would like to welcome you here with a question. What is it about the words “explore everything” that draws you in? Is it the wave of euphoria that washes over you as you remember the time you gazed into the vastness of the ocean? How special that moment was with the tender voices of Simon and Garfunkel serenading your senses. Or is it the thought of exploring songs from your past, present and future?…

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Lyris Greene - Music to Curator Interview

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Lyris Greene - Music to Curator Interview

My name is Lyris Greene aka DJ Lyris. I’m originally from Nashville, TN and I’m a dj/vibe curator in Atlanta, GA. 

2/ Is This Something You Always Wanted To Do?  What Do You Enjoy About It?

Yes, music curation is actually something I’ve been doing since I was younger…

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Paul Sims - Music to Curator Interview

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Paul Sims - Music to Curator Interview

My name is Paul, I live in the North of England and I work for UPS and have done for the last 20 years but I hope I’m not for the next 20, I’m sure like many of us here would like to be working in the industry they love the most - Music…

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Matt Jenko - Music to Curator Interview

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Matt Jenko - Music to Curator Interview

My name is Matt Jenko, and I live in the UK. I spend my time illustrating, animating, composing and producing music for my project Ellipsis, and I'm the first (and second!) artist to release a track through Music to…

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Keep Pop Punk Alive

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Keep Pop Punk Alive

Sun burns, skateboards, pizza and moshing.

Warped Tour will be remembered, but Pop Punk will never die!

The warped tour may have ended, but Pop Punk has not! There’s so many bands that may have played on this next years tour but can’t. How do we get them heard? How do we get this music to the ones that need these lyrics in their life?

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