9 Search Results for Tag: Jazzy

Intros that make you go oOooOOoo

When those first few seconds are already so, so good, featuring artists like: Grizfolk, Harry Styles, Twenty One Pilots, Mac Miller, Leon Bridges, Lake Street Dive, boy pablo, Bahamas

Ibiza Sunrise to Sunset

This is playlist to hear at sunset (but also during the day poolside for example) ending up a bit upbeat and dancy into the night, featuring artists like: Aphex twin, Henrik Schwarz, Chilly Gonzales, Tim Deluxe, David Holmes, Jazzanova, Saint Germain

Plot Revenge and Nurse Cocktails

This is what I’d be listening to at the bar, featuring artists like: Taylor Swift, Charli XCX, Halsey, Grimes, Night Club, Cannons, Björk, Goldfrapp

Covers you won’t get over

You’d be surprised, featuring artists like: Rayland Baxter, Matt Duncan, Lucius, PJ Morton, Joe Bataan, Lianne La Havas, Corinne Bailey Rae, Babeheaven

Funk Soul Jazz Renewal

The history of a legendary Funk Soul Jazz style that nobody saw coming. 90’s & 2000’s deep cuts, featuring artists like: Soulive, John Scofield, Medeski Martin & Wood, The Greyboy Allstars, The New Mastersounds, Charlie Hunter, Lettuce

Days Go By – May Erlewine, Woody Gloss

A unique, sentimental love track that’ll give off some light 60’s tones. Like the title, it’s about watching the days go by, but with the one you care about the most. Give it a listen here!

Album Cover for Days Go By by May Erlewine and Woody Gloss

The Only Way – Modern Nomad

Immerse yourself with this jazzy modern indie-pop tune…

Peaches En Regalia — Where to Start with Frank Zappa • a playlist by musicto

The work of Frank Zappa spans three decades and contains 60 plus albums. On top of all that, he is completely unique compared to most rock musicians that came out of the 60’s and 70’s. A “Where to Start” playlist seems very necessary for one to dive into the ingenious world of Zappa.

Peaches en Regalia - Frank Zappa

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.”