Melting and dreamy sounds, but the lyrics are all about that type of love we’ve experienced once or twice in our life…
An emotional song, but it’s just so smooth that you’ll catch yourself singing with it. And another thing that’ll get you hooked? The guitar.
The connection within this song is something else. The lyrics tell a story, and you’ll seem to get so hooked on it.
A mesmerizing, sincere cover. The perfect scenery-type of song. Its slow melody packs so much emotion in each lyric.
Harvest Moon by Neil Young had to be in this playlist; for obvious reasons. Just the soothing, comfort of this five-minute track never fails to make me swoon. Give it a listen and know a little more about it here!
Do you want to get lost in a moment? – featuring artists like Lovage • WizKid • Burna Boy • DaVido • Sudan Archives • Juniore • The Avener • Sudan ArchivesThe French girl releases her legs from the Nigerian boy’s hips. The hem of her black mini-skirt slides down her thighs as her suede ankle boots graze the floor of the passenger train’s toilet. He tosses the condom into the metal bin and pulls up his zipper. Breathless, eyes glossy and sparkling, they embrace. He rests his forehead against hers. She smiles.
Put on your seamed stockings or best gearhead shirt, slap your knee, jive, twist and drag race with Jane Asylum – featuring artists like Jim Jones & The Righteous Mind • The Inkettes • Zeno Tornado • Glam Skanks • Tiger Army • ShitKid • The Kills • JD McPherson • Messer Chups • The Detroit Cobras
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
I’m here again because I’m sad.
Which is kinda OK really – this being the music to grieve to playlist – but it’s more than the normal sadness – and while it’s not quite despair – it does feel overwhelming.
I could give you the exact point in time and particular reference – which you would all understand, if not necessarily appreciate – but that’s not the point of tracks like this…