add some music #106

  Modern folk turns dark and mysterious turning into the powerful, ominous, yet amusing rock, which invites you to get on a dancefloor and release the energy. Brought to you by an unobvious pairings of Randy Newman and Grizzly Bear, Queens of the Stone Age and Foster the People, and more.

add some music #74

An intense, anxious, yet entertaining playlist brings you themes of anger, political consciousness, broken hearts, fortune, fame, death and nostalgic joy with a compilation of electronica, rock, americana and rap. Let's find some angst with a little help of Depeche Mode, Elbow, Sampha, Migos and more.

Album of the Week: Japandroids – Near to the Wild Heart of Life

Well, this LP is just great. It's full of energy, full of life, full of fun. Japandroids' latest is a garage rock went full heartland rock, or heartland rock went full garage rock. It's like listening to MC5 covering Springsteen's Dancing in the Dark. Of course, some may find it too exaggerated, anthemic or pompous, and the songs … Continue reading Album of the Week: Japandroids – Near to the Wild Heart of Life

Album of the Week: Foxygen – Hang

Foxygen returns after a phase of extremely intense hype surrounding their music. I've never been a big fan of their work, but I have to admit -- Hang is something very interesting. Californians abandoned their overly psychadelic aura and transformed into theatrical art pop, which brings listeners closer to Talking Heads than to Quicksilver Messenger Service. What's … Continue reading Album of the Week: Foxygen – Hang

add some music #65

Led by the great new single by Gabrielle Aplin, a compilation full of dreamy pop, R&B, rap with a feeling of longing and hope, sorrow and joy. Backed by the latest releases by Pharell Williams, Taylor Swift, J. Cole, and Colin Stetson with his wonderful interpretation of Górecki's 3rd Symphony.

add some music #64

A playlist full of rock, alternative punk, shoegaze, and everything else that will put you in headbanging mood. The long-awaited new singles from At the Drive-In and The Jesus and the Mary Chain are backed with new releases by The Orwells, Slowcoaches, Dan Deacon, The Raveonettes, and more.

add some music #60

Feel the low-key and electronic music with some joyous kick that brings you to the mix of dancefloor's sounds, and leads to late night chillout. This compilation puts you put somewhere between joy, reflection, relax and calmness. Brought to you by S. Kinch, Deadmau5, A. Olsen, Paak and more.