A playlist for making and eating pancakes.
As an English J.American, my music is a collection of my memories in each country that I grew up in. Stay safe and healthy
Largely a blast from the past, perhaps. I guess some things are just timeless – like a fedora, paired with a bolo tie, and black eyeliner…ummm…I mean, so I’ve heard (gulp). Eh, I’m old, get over it.
Pearl Jam is my favorite band, and this is the set list to the first Pearl Jam show I attended
In the mood for the greatest and latest Caroline Latin Records? Seek no more! a playlist to get you going during these crazy times! Dale!
Some Rockin’ tunes to get us through this ‘Hard Place’ of COVID 19 while working and staying at home. Guaranteed that you will clean your house in half the time listening to these Rock tunes, that is if you don’t spend too much time dancing and rocking out! Happy Listening.
This playlist is called Chai Tea because it’s a lil sweet, spicy and guaranteed to keep negative energy away!
A collection of songs that have helped me through times of solitude & isolation in the past – social, emotional, or otherwise. I grew listening all over the place, but this playlist is mostly from stuff I liked in college. I also have a super short attention span, so I kept it to just 15 tracks. 🙂
This playlist is a collection of songs that gives you insight into what my brain looks like. Each is important to me in their own unique and special way. Many of them are pulled from a 10 volume mixed CD collection entitled “Fave songs of all time.”
I grew up a third culture kid. We traveled & moved a bunch, so I’ve always been a curious listener who developed an appreciation for all kinds of music. Here are some of my go-to’s/palette cleansers to help ground me. Shuffle if you want to, it’s already a hodgepodge!
Who says you can’t enjoy drinking in isolation! Sit back, relax, crack open a claw, force quit Zoom and enjoy this collection of songs. #quarantunes
Reggae is the music truest to my heart and where I find solace in any situation.I fell in love with reggae when I was a kid. When UB40 was topping the charts worldwide and Eric Clapton’s version of ‘I Shot the Sheriff’ was still popular amongst our parents. A time long before I was aware of its history, catalog or that these radio friendly artists were playing reggae influenced music at all. As a young teen I discovered reggae rhythms being used by the punk bands I loved like Bad Brains and Operation Ivy. These bands lead me to the Jazz influenced Ska sounds coming out of Jamaica from the 50’s and 60’s and beyond. The Story of Jamaican music is much greater than the stereotypical version we see out on the streets and in clubs, and is a seemingly endless breadth of work. Over the last 30 years since I unknowingly fell in love with Reggae Music I have gone down many musical rabbit holes, but the masterful art that comes from this tiny island will always be top ranking.
Once this is all said and done, we truly deserve the ultimate celebration of our lifetimes. Let this playlist serve as a preview of the celebration I’ll be having once we get word that the stay at home order is over! Press play for infectious bops that will leave you dancing non-stop
Dreamy Time – dreamy music to transport your mind. enjoy some time alone in your room doing nothing
An evolving playlist of my current musical crushes. please note, no matter how much I grow and change as a person, Only You by Yaz is a perfect song and will always be at the top of this list.
I love listening to artists who are masters of their musical instruments, and beautiful storytellers
This collection of multi-genre upbeat songs are great for my morning runs. I hope they get your blood pumping for whatever workout you enjoy.
Here’s some stuff I was raised on. I can guarantee that at least one of these artists or songs will come on when my music is playing. I am a fan of shuffle, so you do you.
Vintage vibes for trying times.
A borderline obsessive 80’s pop & new wave playlist (with some other stuff thrown in) — best experienced on shuffle!
When I’m not on a Zoom call, I’m probably listening to one of these joints… all types of genres, all types of jams
This a conceptual playlist chronicling the five stages of grief, hoping to deliver some solace regardless of where you are emotionally in these unprecedented times. There’s a song a here for everyone. It’s V eclectic, and don’t worry – it ends on a high note!
These are some high energy beats from the past (along with some random EDM favorites) that are a fun way to start the day or work out with at home to keep the mood and energy up!
A collection of some of my favorite vibes from the UK. All things Grime, Drill, Afrobeats, and UK Rap.
A disco vibe always brightens up my day, so here’s a 70’s inspired, feel-good playlist to jam to when the days at home are starting to blend together & your dog is starting to wonder why you’re home so much
A dreamy 00s Indie/Pop playlist. Inspired by endless summer days and cruises past the Palm Springs windmills. Perfect for lazy Sundays and traffic jams.
I didn’t expect to say this but I miss my morning commute! so here’s what i would typically blast in my car on the way to work. now i just listen to it on my walk through the house from my bedroom to my home office
That In Between Time. “When you’re full of energy, dancing around slap happy. Then to that tired kind of feeling. Your blood starts bumping, then it’s just chill and vibey. This is the in between time: 4 in the afternoon, between normal life and quarantine.”
When punk meets rap, rap meets emo, emo meets hardcore, hardcore meets trance and trance meets gamer; what do you get? A great playlist that made middle school and high school bareable.
I make one playlist for each season of the year filled with the songs I’m digging at that time. I mostly do this as a way to catalog & reference these songs years down the road. This is an eclectic mix of jams from February 2020 and beyond- I hope these songs lift your spirits the way they do mine!
What better way to *safely* get out of your home + unwind during quarantine then a night time drive? Here’s a playlist filled with moody pop + mellow indie vibes to help soundtrack your night drive.
Some bangers, some feelsy tunes, these are def getting me thru having nothing on the calendar~!
This playlist is comprised of some super heavy, aggressive jams to help push passed any roadblock you might be facing and achieve your goal! I’ve found metal and hardcore to be the best motivator when feeling uninspired or unmotivated. Hopefully this helps you get that extra rep, clean the dishes, et
“pop perfection” – Billboard
This playlist will help you find peace in the social distancing. these songs are sure to carry you through a cozy work from home day & transport you somewhere breezy in between your zoom calls…
My personal Pollen with an eye towards the ebbs and flows of the WFH day, so no shuffle necessary. A mix of iconic tracks and artists cutting across genres and styles – instrumentals, jazz, dub, punk, post punk, chill, synth and more.
Only song titles in the theme of staying home/isolation/apocalyptic landscapes by some of my favorite artists ❤
For those 8th grade/ T9 -textin’/ flip phone flappers. Go back to ’03 when “bling bling” was the word of the year.
A comprehensive guide to my favorite songs from the 90s/00s that shaped me into the person I am today. Thanks MTV! *also shoot me and email if you want access to my mega MTV/TRL playlist (700+ songs).* Happy listening!
Some of the biggest KPOP songs of the past 3 years, a few overlooked gems, and a couple of non-KPOP Korean artists like Dean, Hyukoh, Bewhy, and Zico.
Some old, some new and some random songs to go on a run to, or to start the day with positive vibes!
Supersonic Psychedelic Instrumental Consciousness Expedition
Greetings, it is impossible to pick my favorite songs but here are a few to hopefully ease the FOMO. Some timeless songs that are a snug fit for the times and some other jams that I love. Enjoy and no shuffle!
The tracks that got me into electronic music from years before anything called EDM ever existed.