12 Search Results for Tag: The Beatles

Scary Pockets Top 22

Matt & Andrew’s top 22 SP picks aka the dopest Scary Pockets playlist!, featuring artists like: Scary Pockets, India Carney, Madison Cunningham, Kenton Chen, Judith Hill, Mario Jose

Songs for Finding Your Personal Identity

A playlist to listen to artists who have searched for their own identity as you search for yours, featuring artists like: Lady Gaga, Kesha, Fleetwood Mac, The Beatles, David Bowie, Madonna, Frank Sinatra, Elton John

Dare To Be Optimistic

Stories to ease you out of the darkness, featuring artists like: The Wild Reeds, Aimee Mann, Wet Leg, Cosmo Sheldrake, Grace Petrie, Little Milton, Ian McFarland, New Radicals

Dare to Be Optimistic

Sunday Hangover Cure

From Ankara to Los Angeles, doesn’t matter where you are – you wanna vibe to this list, featuring artists like: King Krule, The Jam,David Bowie,Childish Gambino, Portishead, LCD Soundsystem, Grizzly Bear, Allah-Las, Del Amitri, Lorde

Sunday Hangover Cure Playlist

A New Blast From The Past

Come for the timeless classics and stay for the hidden gems. Featuring Artists like: Sly & The Family Stone,Jimi Hendrix,The Meters,The Mamas & The Papas,Small Faces,The Beach Boys,The Who,

A New Blast From the Past

Happy Feet

Music that turns your mood up and make you wanna jump & shout and let it all out! – featuring artists like Coldplay • Little Comets • Echosmith • The Kooks • MGMT • The Beatles • The Samples • Jack Johnson

In My Life – The Beatles

Taking a break, thinking about all the people you’ve met along the way. This song makes me reflect on life, but in the best way possible. Gotta give it a listen.

Album Cover of In My Life by The Beatles

Transitions Vol. 1

sail a sea of sound where the only rule is “if it flows it goes” with Andrew & Matt – featuring artists like The Beatles • Enter Shikari • Alt-J • Band of Skulls • R.E.M. • Tame Impala • Stevie Wonder • Carpenter Brut

Fab Four And The Russian Pirates Of Sound

Did you ever visit St. Petersburg in the early nineties?

If you did, my next question to you is: How many pirate CDs/DVDs did you bring home with you?

Quite a few, no doubt. A box set of the sitcom Friends perhaps? Or Sting’s entire catalog? Or maybe you just bought a few famous CDs like The Dark Side Of The Moon by Pink Floyd and Born In The U.S.A. by Bruce Springsteen…

Here, There, and Everywhere – The Beatles

Sir Paul McCartney has a heavy presence in the lullaby rotation for the same reason that the writers of old jazz standards do: easily singable tunes, easily understandable lyrics, and big direct emotions. Okay, maybe you wouldn’t want to sing “Helter Skelter” or “Why Don’t We Do It In The Road” at bedtime, but most McCartney songs suit the mood perfectly.