40 Search Results for Tag: Pop

Cosmic Dancer – T. Rex

This early 70’s dream-filled, rock track will make you reminisce on the moments you’ll never forget. Believe me, all you need to do is press play.

Album Cover of Cosmic Dancer by T. Rex

Feel No Pain – Sade

A smooth pop gem of the iconic British band

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

Pluto – Phum Viphurit

A truly emotional track. The way Phum Viphurit holds his notes and prolongs each lyric will absolutely…Make. You. Feel. I always go into deep thought while listening to his songs because the lyrics are like smooth poetry. Even just saying it out loud means a lot.

Pluto by Phum Viphurit Album Cover

This Is A Low-Blur

This is a lowBut it won’t hurt youWhen you’re aloneIt will be there with you This song isn’t actually about depression. It was inspired by a handkerchief that Blur bassist Alex Jones gave to lead singer Damon Albarn. The handkerchief had a map of British shipping lanes printed on it, along with corresponding weather reports…. View Article

Petulia – The Kooks

Vocals and a Guitar. It’s the simplicity in this track that makes it so sentimental. Listen to the lyrics and you’ll see the passion of how love is defined; and how love through the melodies will keep you at ease.

All Power to The People

The maddening, frustrating and inspiring experience that is humanity, and our daily struggle as we move forward… – featuring artists like The Stylistics • Flobots • R.E.M. • Mavis Staples • World Party • tulengua • Paolo Nutini • The Jam

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

Sweet Like Honey

Stop, relax, enjoy life’s little blessings – featuring artists like Bill Withers • Kadhja Bonet • L’impératrice • Erykah Badu • ROSALÍA • Laura Groves

Tracks to Take you to Europe

Be Inspired to make the journey as others have been inspired before you – featuring artists like Fortheringay • Orbital • The Stranglers • The Beautiful South • The Tallest Man on Earth • Yo La Tengo • Beirut • Soccer Mommy • Them Crooked Vultures • Dua Lipa

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

Crusader’s DMCA-safe playlist — a playlist by ArtCrusader • powered by musicto

A DMCA-friendly playlist – featuring artists like Low Fidelity • Celldweller • Dance with the Dead • Luttrell • Toby Fox • GameChops • The Geek x Vrv • Mr.Kitty

September – Ayoni

On “September,” Barbadian pop singer Ayoni must atone for September, thanks to heartbreak courtesy of her ex.
Ayoni, Iridescent [Photo Credit: Ayoni]

Quiet Amplifiers

When you want to get lost in the details of music – featuring artists like Wilco • Destroyer • Karen O & Danger Mouse • Pinetrees • D’angelo • Erykah Badu • Faye Webster

Slipping Away – LEISURE

“Slipping Away” is a soulful masterpiece from LEISURE (a talented band from New Zealand) that plays with pop, psychedelia, and r&b sounds. When I first listened to this song, I felt like I was in a trance because of how smooth and mesmerizing the production is.

EDM Room Sessions – Vol. 1

Tracks to share with friends, to play in your room as loud as you can and get attention. – from the Music to Loop Forever audioverse – featuring artists like Ghastly • Robin Schulz • Prismo • R.I.O. • KAAZE • Matthew Koma

EDM Room Sessions - Vol. 1

Pop Forever

Pop tracks that are singable or danceable by most millennials – from the Music to Loop Forever audioverse – featuring artists like Julia Michaels • Luke Christopher • Pharrell Williams • OneRepublic • Sara Bareilles • Becky G • Julia Michaels • K’NAAN

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

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.

Intro To Summer — a playlist by 80/20 Records • powered by musicto

All the right vibes needed to get your summer started – featuring artists like Glass Animals • Bear Ghost • UPSAUL • SZA • Gabe Kubanda • The Mowglis • MGMT • The Maine

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

Matriarch — a playlist by Mary Jennings • powered by musicto

This playlist is filled with women that have proven that stereotype wrong. In fact, they have squashed it, showing that to be a mother is to be a matriarch. Rock like a mother. Featuring artists like Imogen Heap • Tori Amos • Sia • Mary Jennings • I Am Snowangel • Halsey • Adele

I Am Here – P!NK

Do you ever feel the need to take a deep breath and remind yourself that you are exactly where you are supposed to be?

Year or Two – Lily Agnés

Not only that, but she also sings insanely well, and I mean INSANELY. I’m pretty sure we are about to see a big year ahead of her

Year or Two - Lily Agnés

Fight Song – Rachel Platten

We have all hit some lows, some valleys. But valleys are surrounded by mountains. Climbing back up may be challenging, but the top of the mountain has the best view.

Confident – Demi Lovato

People who are confident can be very intimidating. Personally, I’d rather be intimidating over being nonthreatening. But that’s just me.

People Like Us – Kelly Clarkson

Today doesn’t define tomorrow. So, in the words of Clarkson herself, “Keep your head up, nothing lasts forever.”

War of the Gods (Part 1) – Billy Paul

With “War of the Gods (Part 1),” late soul icon Billy Paul seeks atonement for all of the bad promoted by Satan asserting that “The time has come, for the war of the Gods.”

Songs to Wash Your Dog To

A playlist by Alt Pop Artist and Musical Entrepreneur Gabe kubanda. Featuring artists like: Twentyone Pilots • Ed Sheeran • Panic! At the Disco • Justin Timberlake • Hozier

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.

Unlabeled – Isabelle

If you are someone who feels like they will never be acceptable according to society. If you think you are imperfect and will never achieve “perfection” this song is for you.

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.

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.”

Remembering – Avishai Cohen

Avishai Cohen is one of my favourite composers due to his artistic sensibility and versatility. Jazz, Classical, Pop… who cares…? I believe his music transcends genres and hits directly where it should.

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. 

I Spit That – David Keno, Stage Rockers

The lyrics to this song are as follows “Sweet dolla’ tea from McDonald’s, I drink that. Super hot fire, I spit that. 2 & A Half Men, I watch that.” After a quick interweb research (thanks Google), I discovered that the vocals were pulled from this YouTube rap battle between SUPAHOTFIRE and B-Bone. Maybe SUPAHOTFIRE isn’t the best rapper, but he sure makes one hell of  a presence on this track. Can’t. stop. listening

My Head is A Jungle – Wankelmut and Emma Louise

Wankelmut means fickleness in German which is quite fitting considering I have musical ADD. Yes, that’s me, the “voracious song skipper.” This song however, keeps my head bobbing until the very end. If your house is a jun-gle, jun-gle, this song should help fix that.

Heaven is a Bedroom – TV Girl

The more time I spend listening to TV Girl, the more fascinated I become.  I love everything about them, including their lyrics, sound, branding and heavy use of sampling.