When I started practicing yoga, one thing that bothered me was the ‘let’s imagine we’re in India’ music. I was in the city. I wanted my yoga music to reflect that. I found Ratatat.
This Music Monday, we delve into the virtual world, with an exploration-inspiring electronic tune by Nervous_testpilot.
Moving back into the realm of ambient and downtempo, we explore a warm tune by Thievery Corporation and Sarah McLachlan.
Having worked in construction and done my fair share of caving, I’ve had plenty of low and no-light experiences. DARKSIDE’s album “Psychic” is like that; a low light, rhythmic ambient album exploring the minimalist side of sexy.
This Music Monday explores the Briggs-Meyers test, and how the idea of architecture can be applied to writing, math and, yes, music. Feat. J.S. Bach by way of Vanessa Mae.
I remember hearing my first bit of Trip Hop in the back of my sister’s Sundance on the way home from school, but it was more than a year later that I was introduced to the voice of Ruth-Ann from Olive.
It’s Music Monday! While we still have some summer left, here’s what you can do with those lemons!