18 Search Results for Tag: Gentle

Transcendence to Tranquility

Suffering and serenity stem from the same sky, featuring artists like: Tommy Guerrero, August Burns Red, Scott Gilmore, Mastodon, Devendra Banhart, Cradle Of Filth, Monster Rally, Rammstein

Wave Walkers Dance To A Different Kind Of Rhythm

rhythms that take the shape of the waves and remind us we can be architects of wonder and water, featuring artists like: Tommy Guerrero, Getaway Dogs, Skinshape, PAINT, The Sentinals, Electric Six, The Cruel Sea, Messer Chups

Fingers and Flight Go Hand in Hand

Fog songs to meet you where you are. Featuring artists like: Adam Protz, h hunt, Sitka Sun, David Versace, Nils Frahm, Luke Howard, Andrew Shapiro, music2work2, bzur, Albør Åtte

Fingers in Flight Go Hand in Hand

Side A – Alohaha

What a unique concept of a track. 15 minutes of 4 whole tracks. All fitting perfectly in this playlist because it just…makes you sink; in a good feeling type of way.

Album cover for Side A by Alohaha

Someday (triple j Like A Version) – Julia Jacklin

A cover of a classic turned into so much more, by Julia Jacklin. This track is literally always in my On Repeat…
Cover for Someday, triple j Like A Version by Julia Jacklin

Sweet Bird – Young Hunting

Melting and dreamy sounds, but the lyrics are all about that type of love we’ve experienced once or twice in our life…

Album cover of Sweet Bird by Young Hunting

Mississippi Queen – Erin Rae

It’s all about those gentle symphonies and Erin Rae’s voice that just soothes your soul, making you feel so warm.

Album Cover for Mississippi Queen by Erin Rae

Why Would I Let You Go – Sondre Lerche

The Sondre Lerche track we didn’t know we need to hear. It’s too beautiful to describe, you should really just give it a listen.

Cover for Why Would I Let You Go, Single by Sondre Lerche

The Sky Seeks To Soothe You

the metamorphosis of sky and sovereignty – featuring artists like Piero Piccioni • BADBADNOTGOOD • Matthew Halsall • Andrew Wasylyk • Laraaji • L’éclair • Toumani Diabaté • Ballaké Sissoko

Nå – Albør Åtte

Today is a good day – a good day for being alive – a good day for remembering that we are not ephemeral creatures – we’re not goldfish – a day to remember how good past experiences were by experiencing them again.