This Is a Long Drive for Someone with Nothing to Think About
Ironically enough, this song is great to listen to while watching a sunset. The lyrics are especially great.
It’s surreal to think that Modest Mouse is now twenty years old…
You Need To Hear This Cat Singing About Flies
And by this cat I mean this awesome band from Delhi, India. And by flies I mean flies.
I Have No Idea What’s Going On In This Majid Jordan Video But Hello Sexy Lady Robots Wait Are They Actually Robots What The Hell Is Going On Oh Hey This Song Is Kinda Catchy
But it’s cool, these guys
hang out with Drake.
You Need To Hear This Tycho Remix Of Spoon’s “Inside Out”
And You Also Need To Hear This N’to Remix Of Red Hot Chili Peppers’ “Scar Tissue”
Also so good.
Shlohmo – “Emerge From Smoke”
Lady Lamb the Beekeeper – “Billions Of Eyes”
She’s doing well considering that she also wrote
one of my favorite songs of 2013. Can’t wait for the new album.
Ten Walls – “Walking With Elephants”
I’m all ’bout that brass, ’bout that brass.
Literature Is The Latest Great Indie Pop Band That Sounds Like They’re Not Trying At All
Here’s A Great Grungy Shoegazing Band From My Home State Of Indiana
Wait, Death Grips Are Still Making Music?
Well kinda. This is a new song off their final album that they’ve already made but haven’t released yet. Got it?
Daunt – “This Body Rushes”
A strange song that’s upbeat yet moody at the same time.
Watch Jack Black Fight A Bear
And OFF! might be playing Coachella this year!
And Modest Mouse Is Back!
2015 just got a lot more exciting.
This new playlist combines many of the songs from the
Garden State and Scrubs soundtracks in addition to some other songs that I think match Braff’s great range of taste in music. There are also some songs on here from his new movie Wish I Was Here released in limited release July 18th.
The month of August: back to school, back to college football, back to Breaking Bad, and back to listening to some cool tunes. This month’s playlist includes two bands that have “deer” in their names, I finally watch Wes Anderson’s
Rushmore, and I pay tribute to The Postal Service and J.J. Cale.
Here are 20 songs for