Patrick Watson - Weight of the World
Patrick Watson is awesome. I don’t know anyone that makes kind music like this guy (although that may have something to do with me). You could say his music would suit films well, but I think films should be made to suit these songs.
Pink Floyd - Fearless
One of my favourite Pink Floyd tunes. It’s a very calm (although it does build up, it never gets loud) and uplifting song. It’s from Meddle which is why I think many any of you will probably have heard it though, as that album seems to be PF fan-favourite.
My Morning Jacket - They Ran
This song isn’t representative for the band’s music at all, but it’s a really cool track nonetheless.
Love Battery - Rust Belt
One of those early nineties Seattle, Sub-Pop bands. Punky, noisy, catchy and slightly psychedelic.
Finley Quaye - Even After All
Another song from the Thicker Than Water OST. You might know Finley Quaye for the song ‘Sunday Shining’ by the way.
Coparck - A Good Year for the Robots
A really cool Dutch (although sung in English) pop/rock song.
Deftones - Change (In the House of Flies)
I used to love this song when I was a few years younger and just now I rediscovered it so it seemed like the right song to post. I don’t know how to describe this song accurately. It’s like a really heavy ballad.
Air - Don’t Be Light
Some electronic music for a change. This is not your typical Air lounge track. This is more energetic and feels like some sort of journey.
The Melvins - A History of Bad Men
If you like enjoy slow and heavy music you’ll enjoy this. This band is hailed as one of the forefathers of grunge which doesn’t sound wrong to me. Singer/guitarist King Buzzo has an awesome haircut by the way.
Wellwater Conspiracy - Right of Left Field
Wellwater Conspiracy was the side project of Matt Cameron (Soundgarden, Pearl Jam) and John McBain (Monster Magnet) and originally also Ben Shepherd (Soundgarden). You can easily hear the ’60s psychedelic influences throughout their discography. This is one of their more accessible, poppier songs.