8 Search Results for Tag: Dark

The Possession-Trevor Something

I thought that you were as good as deadYou’ve made your way back into my headYou possessed me… The famed psychoanalyst Carl Jung spoke of the ‘shadow self,’ which are the parts of our psyche and personality we don’t want to deal with, the things hidden away so that we don’t make other feel uncomfortable…. View Article

Low-R.E.M.

Thematically and sonically, this was a perfect fit right after Blur. I’ve been an R.E.M. fan from jump…I connected with the music right away. Once again, I’m not entirely sure this song is actually about depression, but the word ‘low‘ can be interpreted in that context. The meaning can indicate position, as well as mood…. View Article

Songs to Address The Madness

Tracks that touch the darkness so you don’t have to – featuring artists like Slipknot • Eels • Rose Gray • Basement Jaxx • Crystal Castles • Eric Whiteacre • Opeth • Frightened Rabbit • Pearl Jam • Chris Cornell

CHILL OUT

A COOL mix of dreamy alternative-pop – featuring artists like Frank Ocean • Tame Impala • Childish Gambino • Empire of the Sun • Flume • The Marias • Two Feet • The Neighbourhood

Chill Out

Vices – Mothica

Everyone has them, in one way or another. Drinking, Drugs, Binge Eating, etc. are all vices, or wicked habits, that people around the globe take part in.

Dissociation – Ajuni

“Dissociation,” the second career single by Indian singer/songwriter/pianist, Ajuni (Anupreet Kaur), is truly moving and thought-provoking. The artist characterizes the record as “a dark, stormy, dramatic ballad, and a melodic fusion of east and west.”

Time Moves Slower Here – Chester Watson

An experience in slow motion by Chester Watson. Placed in anti-gravitational soundwaves – brooding words are scattered like rain and wash away our minds internalized misguidance. To be heard and to be understood is the essence of Chester Watson’s mystical journey infused creations…

Sacred Geometry – Mikael Delta

Marketed as a brooding and often dark tech house floor filler, what I like most about ‘Sacred Geometry’ is how the track evolves with layers of filtered synth parts, building percussion over the track’s 7 and a half minutes.