A psychedelic pop playlist that connected a human from Manila, Philippines all the way to another human from Stavanger, Norway. The power of these trippy tracks are so wavy and poppy that it formed a bridge of color to the curators
It was awesome making this playlist, because we learned a bunch of new artists that are right up our alley! From Sycco to to Blac Rabbit and even The Dead Pirates, we saw just how wide the cool universe of psychedelic tracks are
Dive into this wave and take a ride with us!
- Oh Yeah – Foxygen
- I Am The Walrus – Remastered 2009 – The Beatles
- Indian Food – Dumbo Gets Mad
- Ain’t Right – Crater
- Nicotine Dream – Breakup Shoes
- Starboard Square – Sycco
- The Curse (feat. Mac Demarco) – Yellow Days
- Where’s My Brain??? – The Lazy Eyes
- Tobacco Road – Jefferson Airplane
- If He – Mk.gee
- Smoke Rings – Modern Vices
- Rolling On – The Murlocs
- Love Forever – Babe Rainbow
- Lost Women – The Stereo Album The Yardbirds
- Over the Rainbow – Blac Rabbit
- Dreams Via Memories – Ceramic Animal
- Finding Peace of Mind – Kainalu
- Rillo Talk – Wild Child
- Ugo – The Dead Pirates
- Trouble – Grapetooth
- Passed You By – Chicano Batman
- Still Lovely – Banes World
About the Curators
Hi there, my name is Peter Sauleda and over the years I have been composing and producing Original music and Sound Design for TV Shows, Films, Commercial Ads, Music Videos and VR-Games.
For me, original music has a special value as a unique differentiator for any type of visual project. By using the right music you create a stronger connection with the viewer. This will last much longer than the viewing time.
I try to support and promote a diverse, global roster of premier and upcoming musical talent, giving them new opportunities to share their music and vision with the world. The way I do this is through the Playlists I create and maintain, both by myself and through collaborations with other curators.
Andie constantly thinks of music as an escape to a whole other place. It also brings out this different side of her that only music can. Like, you ever have a bad day, but when you listen to this particular song or shuffle this certain playlist, everything seems better? Yeah, that's pretty much how it makes her feel too. And for her, music has to be playing everywhere– as in everywhere. It's like she has a soundtrack for anything. She can't stop writing or talking about it. It's something she can talk about with you for hours and hours. Music helps her get lost but in the best way possible.