Music to Escape Reality
the cinematic score to your psychological journey with Matt Jenko
featuring artists like
Yotto • CloZee • Emancipator • TSHA • Bonobo • HAAi • 9 Theory • Nora Van Elken • IHF • Jayda G • Tinlicker • Mary Mesk • Bon-Psy • Kučka
To escape isnʼt to run away. To escape is to allow the mind a vacation, space to relax and recalibrate. Those with a healthy appreciation of the fantastical are better able to handle the material, and if travel broadens the mind, just imagine what unbridled escapism can do!
Music to Escape Reality is the cinematic score to your psychological journey. Each piece of music has been chosen for the richness of its auditory landscape, the vividness with which it depicts the rolling planes of the imagination, and for its potential to guide you as you suspend disbelief.
This playlist is a portal to disengage with what is real and explore the infinite unknown, because to escape isnʼt to run away.
To escape is to be free.
28 February 2021
My feeling is that people who are really successful don’t just weather the storms. They chase them.
27 February 2021
You can learn a lot about yourself through paying attention to what you pay attention to. What do you discount? What do you ignore?
27 February 2021
This might not be an easy one, but it’ll be a real one.
25 February 2021
Did you know I’ve always loved the rain?
24 February 2021
I spent too much time waiting for something to happen.
23 February 2021
Sometimes, you can’t be productive. That is, the things you put effort into don’t produce results. That’s all that productivity boils down to, right?
22 February 2021
When a project reaches a stage of difficulty, as it inevitably will, no matter how swimmingly it’s been going so far, it’s important to remember the process.
21 February 2021
The thing is, no one will ever give you permission to be okay in your own skin.
20 February 2021
You don’t always have to be happy. But you never have to be miserable.
19 February 2021
You enter a paradox of creativity, of knowing that the thing is nowhere near ‘finished’, but not wanting to change anything about the thing because you’re so in love with the iteration