After another night of not being able to fall asleep (damn insomnia), I figured it was time to put up the playlist I forgot to do last week.
To start things off, I’m introducing you (assuming) to one of my favorite songs out this year- A collaboration for a Record Store Day exclusive opens the playlist. Next up is just a fantastic song from a pretty new band Kodaline.
Following thees great openers, I’m bringing you a duo of cigarettes and coffee— The classic, and one of my favorite love songs, by the legend Otis Redding, followed by a song of the flip-side by one of my favorite bands, Jimmy Eat World (this song is inspired by the Redding classic).
No playlist is complete without a little hip-hop, so you get some Schoolboy Q. The songs by The National and Noah and the Whale are two of my favorites from a couple of years ago; while the songs from Robert Francis, Girls, and Fitz and the Tantrums are just some amazing songs.
Now, I’m tossing this playlist on one more time, and seeing if it can help me get some rest!
This week I’m bringing a mix of old songs, brand new songs, and even a little shoegaze. There’s a live cut of one of my favorite songs, and one of the most beautiful covers you will ever hear.
visions from the moon is meant to facilitate an escape from whatever it is you’re caught up in. It is meant to allow a break from the routine. Move to the moon, and take in the visions of Earth, beauty so far away. Let these songs take you away.
Absolutely love this. One of the most beautiful cities, shown in a way nobody can ever see. A lot of painstaking work right here. But, the end result is completely worth it. Mad props to the team that kicked this one out.
A behind the scenes at how this beautiful video was created. Respect for the amount of work that went into it.
"I urge each and every one of you to seek out projects that leave the world a better place than you found it. We used to design ways to get to the moon; now we design ways to never have to get out of bed. You have the power to change that."