A DMCA-friendly playlist – featuring artists like Low Fidelity • Celldweller • Dance with the Dead • Luttrell • Toby Fox • GameChops • The Geek x Vrv • Mr.Kitty
My personal set for an imaginary fest. Get bounicing! – from the Music to Loop Forever auidoverse – featuring artists like Timmy Trumpet •Throttle • Curbi • Steff da Campo • Siks • Don Diablo
Auditory energy – featuring artists like Gryffin • Odesza • Drake • ZHU • ILLENIUM • Tee Grizzley • Joyner Lucas • BUNT
It will simply make you the best version of yourself – featuring artists like Imagine Dragons • Muse • Julia Michaels • Lauv • Tove Lo • Sia • Queen
Music for serious lovers of dance music – featuring artists like Bicep • Alok • Martin Garrix • Silk City • Alan Walker • Tiesto
A one of a kind gem, you don’t come across once in a couple hundred tracks according to me!
Sometimes it’s just so fucking bleak – the past, the present, the future – nothing’s right – everything’s wasted, me included. At times like this – I need something simple, something recognizable, something tangible that I can attach myself to – I need sonic salve.
While the organic opening to this track is rather foreboding, the subsequent six minutes of solid 4 by 4 electronic beats feels relentlessly optimistic…
The track begins and I am already chilled out by the chorus. The rap begins and suddenly there is swag all over my face and the entire room. And the first drop keeps you clinging on to the goosebumps…
You know when you’re spoiled for choice, when you have so many options that you end up choosing none of them? There’s an interesting study involving Jam that the Harvard Business Review can tell you about – point being – I’m overwhelmed with amazing tracks that I could put on the essay writing list that I just don’t know where to start…
Taking its cue from one of cinema’s most memorable monologues, this taster from The Chemical Brothers’ ninth studio album is a rousing rave rant that uses a sentiment that has touched a nerve with audiences for more than 40 years: “I’m mad as hell. I ain’t gonna take it no mo'”…
We’re in Barcelona, dodging terrorists and finding our work groove. You’re probably just starting or about to start school again – the evil spectre of Essays looms over you.
This track is going to help – here’s the previous write up:
Alright, we know – it’s summer and you’re all out on break earning dough in shitty jobs or heading south to the good weather – (or maybe even running north – it was 108 here in LA today!)
I really love this remix of Dugong’s “What May Come” because Öona Dahl really transformed the original song into something completely different. Bringing it straight to the dance floor she enhances it with dream like soundscapes but still brings enough punch to keep it super friendly for dancing. She stays true to herself as an artist while still respecting the original version. It’s a truly perfect remix and you can tell a lot of passion and heart went into it.
Who is that special someone Duke? What are you giving? Do you have a single brother? *Asking for a friend. Regardless of who the song is about, we can all agree that they must be pretty damn special to inspire such a banging track.