11 Search Results for Tag: Psychedelic Rock

Road trip in August

cruisin’ down that road trip mood – featuring artists like Yung Heazy, Hala, Das Kope, Boogarins, Foxygen, Super Furry Animals, Gorillaz, Khruangbin, Funkmammoth

So We Won’t Forget – Khruangbin

Of course I had to add a Khruangbin track. And this one is my ultimate favorite. The percussion, instruments, and vocals– it’s a track that has to be in the soundtrack of my life.

Album cover for So We Won't Forget by Khruangbin

Club Noir – Apache Sun

It’s hard to believe another year has almost come and gone. It’s even harder to believe that it has moved so fast, considering all the pandemic lockdowns during the first half of the year.

Kaputt – Destroyer

An ambient, dream-filled track that’ll sooth your soul. The variety of sounds that pop up while listening will get you hooked.

Album Cover of Kaputt by Destroyer

Jesus, Etc. – Wilco

The first time I heard this track, it literally put me in a state of calmness. It was as if I had nothing to worry about and I was just lost in the song. Listen for yourself and you’ll understand what I‘m talking about.

Alt Rock for Mountain Drives — a playlist by JacquesParques • powered by musicto

Songs for driving on a cliff edge… – featuring artists like Muse • Highly Suspect • Arctic Monkeys • The Black Keys • Chevelle • All Them Witches • Cage the Elephant• Royal Blood

Do What You Like – Phenomenal Handclap Band

While the country seems stuck in the 70’s with our backwards race relations and anti-fascist power struggles, might as well jam to some Space Disco…

King of Carrot Flowers Pt. 1 – Neutral Milk Hotel

I often play full albums when I make Jewelry.  Neutral Milk Hotel’s “In the Aeroplane Over the Sea” has always been a popular choice for me while working.   

Yoshimi Battles The Pink Robots Part 1 – The Flaming Lips

This song has continuously motivated me throughout the years.  It is an optimistic song that hints at success, but reminds you that this is only attainable with strength and hard work.

Why Won’t They Talk To Me? – Tame Impala

As I create jewelry from home, I occasionally find myself disconnecting from society. This isolation inevitably confirms my need to connect with others. This song encourages me to maintain a healthy balance between my work life and social life.