104 Search Results for Tag: Electronic

Midnight Marker – Shy Layers

Here’s one for all those who haven’t made the emotional comeback just yet.

Root Yourself To Dance

Shaken (not stirred) dancemoves that’ll get your lyrical game up-front – featuring artists like DUCKWRTH • KAYTRANADA • VIC MENSA • Tkay Maidza • Deekapz • Shay Lia • Azealia Banks

Mr. Bird – Funkin Pt1 / The Hoof chats..

Mr Bird fuses the spirit of Fela & his Afrobeat legacy at an atomic level with deep, far out spacey synths, the Hoof caught up with him for a chat

A Deep Regret…

A confession, an apology and a painful lesson learned… – featuring artists like Tame Impala • Queens Of The Stone Age • A-ha • The Heads • The Smithereens • Sting • Level 42 • Thompson Twins

From The Original Motion Picture Soundtrack…

The soundtrack to a movie that hasn’t been made… YET – feturing artists like Garbage • Bruno Mars • Radiohead • Pet Shop Boys • Ultravox • Goldfrapp • Blur • Kasabian

Original Motion Picture

Lonely Dream – Drunken Kong Remix – The Archer, Drunken Kong

But as I’ve moved from ideation to manifestation, the energy of the playlist needed to change – solo piano is good for thinking – but 8 minutes of 130 bpm edm is great for getting things down

Songs for when you need to evacuate the moon due to core malfunction

Electro for when you’re rushing out of an exploding moon and you’re filled with adrenaline – featuring artists like Bloody Beetroots • SebastiAn • Justice • Gesaffelstein • Siriusmo • Mr. Oizo • Boys Noize • Danger

Out Of Reach – Cristoph, Yotto, Sansa

So if you’ve been listening to the playlist recently you know what’s coming.  Last week’s track was all about setting the intent for change – away from the more relaxing ideation space of solo instrumentation to this week’s electronic track from Cristoph, Yotto and Sansa.

The Swagger Of A Confident Man Moving With Purpose…

A soundtrack for all kingpins, bosses and CEOs… – featuring artists like DJ Shadow • Anderson .Paak • Jidenna • Nas • Nina Simone • James Brown • Llorca • Mr. Scruff

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

Today – Mura Masa, Tirzah

This Mura Masa track is something that’s great to listen to on loop. The repetitive chorus, with the slow beats and strings will definitely hit you in a particular way– a pretty good feeling. So really, try it out for yourself.

Mura Masa Album Cover

A Mellow Daydream

a break from reality to get lost in a dream – featuring artists like Cage The Elephant • Szymon • Devices • Nick Drake • Drugdealer • Club Kuru • Andrew Jackman • Sleeping Jesus

Song in 60 Seconds

A MusicTo collaborative playlist of songs in and around one minute – featuring artists like The Clash • Bad Religion • M.I.A • Cru • Opeth • Pratley • BA Johnson • The Linda Lindas • Ramones

Transitions Vol. 1

sail a sea of sound where the only rule is “if it flows it goes” with Andrew & Matt – featuring artists like The Beatles • Enter Shikari • Alt-J • Band of Skulls • R.E.M. • Tame Impala • Stevie Wonder • Carpenter Brut

Finkel Finds: Songs that feel like a silk shirt — a playlist by FINKEL • powered by musicto

This is a collection of songs that make you want to cuddle and/or shake your ass – featuring artists like James Blake • Sinead Harnett • Glass Animals • Big Wild • Little Simz • Leon Bridges • Illa J • The Marías • Lianne La Havas • Kamakaze • Toro y Moi

Polyphonic – MAYN

Rules?  Fuck ’em!

Generally – as a rule – the tracks you find on this playlist don’t have lyrics – the reasoning being that if you’re writing – you don’t need someone else’s words taking up cognitive space.  But it’s not really a rule – it’s more of a “best practice” – at the end of the day, tracks make this list if I’m able to write to them and wow – look at me typing…

Bounce Forever

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

Bounce Forever

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

Aphelion – vivaellipsis

This is a really cool track for lots of reasons – some of which I might outline below and others which I won’t – ‘cos I’m a cryptic motherfucker like that! You can learn more about vivaellipsis here.
Aphelion Cover Image

Hyphy

Auditory energy – featuring artists like Gryffin • Odesza • Drake • ZHU • ILLENIUM • Tee Grizzley • Joyner Lucas • BUNT

My House — a playlist by The Hoof • powered by musicto

Classic and underground house – featuring artists like Masters At Work • Romanthony • Arnold Jarvis • 95 North • DJ Disciple • Moodyman • Roy Davis Jr • Mood II Swing

My House

How to Build a House in 2019 — a playlist by The Hoof • powered by musicto

The Building blocks of House in 2019 – featuring artists like Mike Dunn • Ten City • Moon Rocket • Leftfield • Kathy Brown • Mr Fingers • The Shapeshifters • Opolopo

How to Build a House

The Funk District and Friends — a playlist by The Hoof • powered by musicto

Soul, Funk & Disco with a dancefloor edge – featuring artists like Crackazat • Phonk D • Hotmood • Bosq • Soul’d Out • Moodena • DJ Fudge • Chewy Rubs

The Funk Disctrict and Friends

Daytime Disco — a playlist by The Hoof • powered by musicto

Daytime Disco – no glitterball required – featuring artists like Crazy P • Poolside • Satin Jackets • Lou Hayter • Opolopo • Rasmus Fabre • Hotmood • Yuksek

The Hoof Shaker Mix — a playlist by The Hoof • powered by musicto

A mix of Hoof shaking beats – featuring artists like DJ Yoda, Blundetto • Nicole Bus • Mr Cheeks • Terri Walker • Mildlife • Emmanuel Jal • PBR Streetgang • The Reflex

Shaker Mix

Music to Escape Reality — April 2021

The cinematic score to your psychological journey with Matt Jenko. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL

Songs that Exude Life!

Songs that exude energy and emotion! – featuring artists like The Beatles • The B-52s • ABBA • The Jungle Giants • The Cleaners From Venus • David Bowie • Arcade Fire • Chuck Berry

Hyperflow

I don’t know what’s going on for you right now, but if you feel like you need to take a couple of hours to float down a river of sound, you’re in the right place. Hyperflow is built for that next-level of escapism, when you’re having a real hard time disengaging. Featuring artists like: Solar Fields • Jason Barty • ford. • Robot Koch • Emancipator • Cygna • IHF • L’Indécis

Wow! That Exists??

Enjoy new sounds you may or may not have heard before! – featuring artists like CAN • K.C. Accidental • Fly Pan Am • Boards of Canada • Woody Guthrie • Robbie Basho • Arthur Russell • Air

Classical: Favourites — a playlist by Bob Braun • powered by musicto

A powerful journey through an eclectic mix of genre fluid composers – featuring artists like Max Richter • Anna Meredith • Sufjan Stevens • Ryuichi Sakamoto • Bryce Dessner • Bob Braun • Hannah Peel • Duval Timothy

Stone Robot’s New England Weather Mix — a playlist by Stone Robot • powered by musicto

The forecast for this playlist: Heavy winds and sunny grooves followed by clouds of introspection and heartbreaking rains that give way to thunderous and lightning rage, before the sun reemerges to melt your face–only to repeat the cycle in a different order – featuring artists like Nine Inch Nails • Twenty-one Pilots • Tool • Santigold • Bad Brains • The Roots • Faith No More • The Beastie Boys

Cricketbane Isthmus

Dancy Soundscapes – featuring artists likeFrancis Inferno Orchestra • HNNY • letherette • Harvey Sutherland • Floating Points • Peggy Gou • Karizma • Mr. Fingers

Cricketbane Isthmus

Portal — A Guide to Interdimensional Travel by Frisco Dias • powered by musicto

I’m not trying to scare you off. I just don’t want you to go hopping realities with the kind of naivety I did. You think jet lag is bad, try cosmic desynchrony. I’d take all my worst hangovers and times them by a hundred over this any night. Featuring artists like: Yotto • Emancipator • CloZee • Bonobo • vivaellipsis • Roslyn • Robot Koch • HAAi

Going in Deep — a playlist by The Hoof • powered by musicto

Don’t be scared take a leap into the deeper side of dance music – featuring artists like Róisin Murphy • Lady Blackbird • Kruder & Dorfmeister • Jura Soundsystem • Romare • Tenderlonious • Black Loops • Mildlife

Best version of yourself — a playlist by Katrin Johansson • powered by musicto

It will simply make you the best version of yourself – featuring artists like Imagine Dragons • Muse • Julia Michaels • Lauv • Tove Lo • Sia • Queen

Chilling with Ollie — a playlist by The Hoof • powered by musicto

Music that me and my dog like to chill out to – featuring artists like Mudd • Blank and Jones • Cantoma • Psychemagik • Floating Points • Four Tet • Hear and Now • Boards of Canada • Nightmares on Wax

Chilling with Ollie

Playlistification Randomisation — a playlist by The Hoof • powered by musicto

random music from random playlists – featuring artists like Bob Dylan • Young Disciples • Jimi Tenor • Grand Puba • The Jacksons • Bette Midler • The Rolling Stones • Jill Scott

Playlistification Randomisation

2020 from 2020 — a playlist by The Hoof • powered by musicto

2020 yes it’s not a year most of want to remember but musically it’s not one I’ll forget for some time – featuring artists like Amy Douglas • Lady Blackbird • Smoove and Turrell • Kiko Bun • ASM • Jungle Brothers • Swarvy • Liam Bailey

100 Tracks 100 Artists — a playlist by The Hoof • powered by musicto

Select 100 tracks from 100 different artists to reflect your life through music – featuring artists like Ray Charles • Soft Cell • The Flaming Lips • The Clash • Grandmaster Flash • Queen • Tony Allen • Beth Orton

Planets — a playlist by Robot Koch • powered by musicto

An immersive, deep listening soundtrack with ambient, electronic, and modern classical sounds to listen to with eyes closed. Featuring artists like: Jon Hopkins • Robot Koch • Four Tet • Christian Löffler • Aphex Twin • Nils Frahm • Max Richter • Radiohead

Star Goes Nova’s Epic Electronica Fantasies — a playlist by Star Goes Nova • powered by musicto

We are truly epic beings, built from primordial realities, reaching for future worlds. Let’s connect and experience epic sonic dimensions together! Featuring artists like MitiS • Illenium • Star Goes Nova • Seven Lions

Music to Escape Reality — March 2021

The cinematic score to your psychological journey with Matt Jenko. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL

Time We Never Had – Christoph Sebastian Pabst

Enjoy a moment to remember what we have… and to picture a future full of possibilities…

Time We Never Had - Christoph Sebastian Pabst

dinossindStream — a playlist by dinossindgeil • powered by musicto

A DMCA-friendly playlist, played daily on stream by dinossindgeil. Featuring artists like: The Midnight • Magic Sword • Kid Quill • PRIZM • The 8-Bit Big Band • Droid Bishop • Kalax

4am Comedown — a playlist by Kiskadee • powered by musicto

Chill beats to calm the mind; featuring my favourite electronic, ambient and deep house tracks. Updated bi-weekly | reach-out: @kiskadee__. Featuring artists like Jamie XX • Bonobo • Kiskadee • Four Tet • Tourist • Caribou • Bicep • Weval

Think It – ORBIT 22

musicto started out with a vision to become the #1 Independent playlist site on the planet. To that end we set about recruiting amateur playlist curators with the promise that – if we all worked together under the same brand we would eventually be able to monetize our playlists – not through pay to play, but through sponsorship and ultimately single track distribution deals…

Staring At The Sun (Nolan van Lith Remix) – Vanic

A one of a kind gem, you don’t come across once in a couple hundred tracks according to me!

Lunarscapes

Lunarscapes: a playlist from the music to escape reality cinematic universe. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • deadmau5 • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL • Tourist • Luttrell • Oliver Heldens • BMTH • Lastlings • Durante

Music to Escape Reality — Feb 2021

The cinematic score to your psychological journey with Matt Jenko. Featuring artists like: Bonobo • Yotto • Emancipator • CamelPhat • ODESZA • Carpenter Brut • Tinlicker • Four Tet • Jacques Greene • Tchami • RÜFÜS DU SOL

Eat Me Alice – ElectroMush

With “Eat Me Alice,” ElectroMush delivers an ear catching, enigmatic, and thought-provoking record that seeks to atone for self-doubt in regard to sanity and normalcy in a crazy world… sort of.

The intensity of resonances – Matt Wilier

This little stream of resonances is crafted with a gentle ostinato that flows deep inside. Enjoy!

Binary Warriors – Humn_Error

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…

La Dispute – Yann Tiersen

The song of the week is one of Tiersen’s darkest tracks: “La Dispute”. He says this piece “is about extreme violence, blood, death and the strange state of shock you feel in the moments after something horrible has happened”, however people might think “it’s a romantic thing to listen to on a date”.

MATAFAKA – Unknown Brain

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…

Gold – Dash Berlin, DBSTF

I don’t know how this track went unnoticed by the masses… But I am glad you are here to experience this piece of musical luxury.

Elixir – Tourist

Perhaps my favourite artist of all time? Maybe? It is usually the answer I tend to give when I get asked that eternally annoying question.

Bloodflow – Grandbrothers

Whilst combining acoustic elements like pianos and vocals is far from a new thing in electronic music, Grandbrothers do it with such finesse and balance that it feels like an entirely new breed.

Transformation – The Cinematic Orchestra

“The Cinematic Orchestra” created a beautiful musical scenery that gives us wings to fly with them. This composition really captures the freedom and vastness of the landscape, and the dramatic struggle for survival… but most of all, it fulfils us with hope.

freetime – Schwey feat. Satchy

Start off your newfound escape by grabbing a drink and playing this track. Either Johnnie or Crown will do.

Goodie Bag – Still Woozy

Goodie Bag is a perfect track to groove around city streets with your friends. Still Woozy is a name you will definitely be hearing more of for many years to come!

B – Torri in Sabina Ambient Remix – Non-Functional Harmony

You know those days where for some god unknown reason you wake up and you just know it’s all going to be shit. And sure – we manifest what we project and all that good mental wellbeing stuff but sometimes – no matter how well I rig my defences and man the battlements with productivity tips and inspirational emails – I fail – and so despair climbs over the parapet like an assassin in a medieval movie and quietly slips its blade into my hope…

Amnésie – Nhyx

‘What a lot of people forget is that Zephra has done this before…’

Canada – Desmond Cheese

A song best explained in sounds. Sounds that feel almost familiar – but not quite – like a foggy memory…

Linked – Bonobo

This vast lake, tranquil beneath a terminal sky. Lying, floating amidst a wash of mirrored stars, drifting peacefully as the atmosphere burns…

The Escapist’s Handbook, Vol. I – The Expanse 📽

Let’s cut straight to the point right from the get-go: The Expanse is brilliant.

Shift – Afrosamuraiist

Everything hurts; my body feels like it’s not my own, and staring out through eyes that belong to somebody else, I see that it doesn’t look like my own, either…

Into Clouds – Luttrell

It washes over me, seeping into every fibre of my being, immersing each and every atom to the point where I don’t know where I stop and it begins…

Underwater – RÜFÜS DU SOL

‘Floating, weightless, the pressure holding me as though it were a vice. I hung in stasis for what can only have been eternity, somewhere between sleep and death…’

Sirens – Icarus

‘I’d been so long in this wilderness that I thought I’d never see another soul again. One by one our tiny band had fallen apart, lost along the way or through a loss of heart, until only I remained…’

Girl On Fire – Medii

We felt the fire before we saw it. The heat stung our eyes, grasping at our throats, suffocating us.

Stand By Me – Medii, Kristen Olsson

For me, a winning song is one that combines atmosphere and power to deliver the listener to an entirely new world. One that energises them, motivates them, and refreshes them.

Toro Y Moi – Still Sound

Need more house cleaning music? Well I hope you have on comfortable shoes! Toro Y Moi’s Still Sound is exactly what you’re looking for. The groovy bass line and guitar riffs are sure to bring out your inner dance machine

Las Claves – Dr. Fuego

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:

Las Claves – Dr. Fuego

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!)

Attack At Titan – Gareth Wild

As a techno DJ I’m constantly on the hunt for new gems to play at my upcoming gigs. Right before my upcoming label party here in Berlin I stumbled onto “Attack At Titan” from EarToGround founder Gareth Wild. 

Good Voodoo – Kiki (VisionQuest Remix)

I first heard this song yesterday as I was running through Hasenheide, a huge park by my house. I had already been running (ok, you got me, jogging) for a solid 15 minutes and therefore reaching my tap out point. And then, like a gift from the gods, this magical song started pumping into my ears like a seductive siren, causing me to tap into a dormant energy source I wasn’t even aware existed

A Jealous Heart Never Rests – The Black Madonna

As a woman who loves techno, I feel it is my personal duty to draw attention to all the incredible techno DJs out there who also happen to be ladies. That’s why occasionally I’ll use this playlist as my platform (hey, everyone needs a soapbox, ok?)

Dishes & Wishes – Roman Flügel

How perfect that this track is named “Dishes & Wishes”. If I had to rank all my household chores from best to worst, washing dishes would always be at the top of my list. Perhaps it has something to do with the fact that my legs are free to dance to whatever Deep House track is currently bumping out of my laptop speakers.  

Did You Ever – Daniela La Luz

On Saturday night I arrived to Griessmühle; formerly a pasta factory, and presently one of my favorite clubs in Berlin. Not only is it just a few U-bahn stops from my house, but it’s a bit off the beaten path (and a bit gritty), which means it doesn’t attract a lot of tourists.

Distant Light – Max Cooper

Max Cooper creates “highly produced, emotional electronica made for both the dance floor and sit-down concerts.” When I hear this song I am immediately reminded of the deep, introspective journey that music sometimes takes me on. There I am in the middle of dance floor, surrounded by gyrating strangers and dancing lights. I close my eyes and go on a mini-vacation in my mind.

Set My Mind (Luttrell Remix) – Way Out West

Throwing house parties in Berlin, if done right, can actually yield a profit (and no I am not talking about charging your friends upon entry.) In Germany, you can bring your empty glass bottles to your nearest grocery store and get money back. Today, I proudly carried a giant bag of jangly bottles to my corner market and received a whopping 3.18 eur. Woo!

Voyeur – The M Machine

Because this song is a bit slower than the other tracks on the playlist, it’s great for getting in the zone (or pretending your life is in slow motion.) It’s a dreamy trip to the moon without ever having to leave the comfort of your room. 

Virile – The Blaze

When I first heard this mesmerizing track, I was in a daze…and then I saw the video…my god, I love when music touches me both sonically and visually. The video begins innocuously enough with two freshly dressed dudes having a friendly night in, listening to good music, practicing dance moves, and smoking a joint.

It’s Ok (feat. Patricia Edwards) – Ernesto Blaque

The lyrics to It’s Ok were written by Patricia Edwards way before I ever made the song. I liked it when I first heard the lyrics and then decided to write music to it. Since Patricia is based in New York and I am based In Johannesburg, I wanted the song to have both an American as well as a South African feel to it. I also wanted the song to fit in any club around the world. Hope you enjoy!

Grey – Kölsch

In any decent DJ playlist there is always at least one track that stands out. For me Kölsch’s, Grey epitomises such a record. It’s upfront, it doesn’t stand about, it hits the spot and clears off in under 5 mins leaving us wanting more. It’s my favourite tune of the now and now is all we have.  

Rinse Repeat – Thrupence

Much like the repetitive nature of cleaning your living space, the chimed plucks in the beginning of the track repeat throughout and takes the listener on circular adventure as added layers build on this theme with an array of syncopated break beats, futuristic synths, and a driving bass line.

Rock Solid (Mickey Remix) – Rambla Boys

The other night I had the arduous task of putting together an IKEA bed that I had bought secondhand. The task was arduous because 1. There were no instructions, 2. I had never put together a bed before.

House Work – Jax Jones

“I call it house work, ’cause it’s like work. But Ima throw shade if I don’t get paid for this house work.” Man, I can relate. I don’t just dance; I dance like it’s my motha fuckin’ job. 

Monday – Fur Coat

Ever since I stumbled upon this song, I can’t stop listening it. It’s so great, I don’t even want to dilute it with my fanciful analogies. Just do yourself a favor and listen to it….really, really loud. 

Hans is Driving – Vitalic (feat. Miss Kittin)

If I could have one wish, it would be that this song would start playing as soon as I enter a lucid dream (that beautiful space between waking life and deep slumber when my body is completely relaxed and weightless but I still complete control over my thoughts and movements.)

Oceans – CAZZETTE (feat. Leo Stannard)

You can find out more about CAZZETTE here: LIKE THIS TRACK? THANK KELLEN WOHL. <img src=”https://www.musicto.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/img_60a6ebbe909b3.jpg” alt=”KCW” /> KCW is the electronic music project of Kellen Charles Wohl, a musician, producer, DJ and pianist living in San Francisco. KCW composes, arranges, and performs his own creative blend of electronic dance music in the deep and… View Article

What May Come – Sweet Anomaly & Dugong

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.

Klaus Your Eyes – Kotelett & Zadak, Kuriose Naturale

The world is a scary place. Sometimes it’s necessary to disengage, unplug, and just let your thoughts wander. When I leave the dance floor, I feel the same way that I imagine it feels to leave a really great therapy session.  

Attention – David Jach

I now know why Berliners spend every single second of the warm weather outdoors. When you only have one month of real summer, you tend not to take it for granted. While I’m seriously looking forward to the sun setting at 9pm, rooftop bars, dining al fresco, boozy picnics with friends, and open air festivals, I’m also trying to appreciate the gray winter days.

Taubenblut – Dominik Eulberg

Eulberg is a fairly new artist to me. I actually “discovered” him (can you even call it that these days?) on my Spotify “Discover Weekly” playlist, go figure. Sometimes Spotify delivers some pretty random suggestions (guess I have an eclectic music taste) but this one was spot on. 

Hyperballad – Bjork

I have always enjoyed this song because it speaks of the strange rituals people use to maintain balance and happiness in their lives. There is a sense of secrecy attached, as these small routines take on a life of their own. 

It Is What it Is – Blood Orange

Blood Orange has been one of my recent favorite artists.  His ability to seamlessly blend different styles of music makes for a delightful sound.

Birds – Electrelane

Creativity often arises after experiencing love and the loss of it.  I appreciate this song about heartbreak because it balances vulnerability with a sense of pride.  The last full minute of the song is my favorite.

The Altruist – Saddles

Since moving to Phoenix, Arizona, I have been fortunate to meet lots of creative and inspiring people.  Saddles is an example of the local talent that motivates me to create. This song is from their newly released album, “ Yoke.”

Did You See the Words – Animal Collective

I have always appreciated Animal Collective.  I admire their songs as being packed with emotion and unique sounds.  Their music pushes me to experiment with my talents as they have with each of their albums.