Active Listener Podcast Scouring time and space to find music that resonates my soul

May 30, 2018  

Typically my podcasts just flow organically out of what I'm currently listening to but sometimes I get a sense that I want to force a change is what I am listening to. I actively seek a different direction. That is what you have here. I have felt like I have just been only in the high energy realm for sometime. Now granted, that is where my predilection certainly lays but I do like to mellow it out sometimes and in this case I wanted to go with a mellow jazz vibe. I started with my go-tos and went from there. The genre grouping rapidly spiraled out of control however leaving me at a loss for what to title the podcast, hence the reference to this essay "Why Jazz isn't Cool Anymore" Anyway, I think you're gonna like the change of pace.


Thanks for listening and don't forget to support the artists.




Tracklist (links to buy)

1.Keep On by Alfa Mist on Antiphon

2.Number One by Manu Katché on Neighbourhood

3.Where We Used To Live by e.s.t. Esbjörn Svensson Trio on Tuesday Wonderland

4.Blue In Green (Take 3) by Bill Evans & Scott LaFaro & Paul Motian on Portrait In Jazz 

5.At Home by Tord Gustavsen Trio on Being There

6.August by Mathias Eick on Ravensburg

7.Passacaglia by Lars Danielsson ft. Tigran, John Parricelli & Magnus Öström on Liberetto II

8.Galatea's Guitar by Gabor Szabo on Dreams

9.The Moving Finger by Dorothy Ashby on The Rubaiyat Dorothy Ashby

10.Let Me Go ft. Sophie Hunger by Erik Truffaz on In Between

11.Taksim by Night by Lars Danielsson ft. Hussam Aliwat with Grégory Privat, John Parricelli & Magnus Öström on Liberetto III

12.Ten-Day Interval by Tortoise on TNT

13.Kammermusik by Bugge Wesseltoft & Henrik Schwarz on Wesseltoft Schwarz Duo

14.Hold On We're Going Home by Sly5thAve on Composite



Oh my goodness, there was sooo much good music at SXSW this year! Of all varieties. From country to hip hop. From ska to soul. From folk to dancehall. All of it. So good. Your new favorite song is on this podcast. I’m sure of it. Happy listening.


Sorry it took a little longer this year to get through it all but narrowing down my favorites to just 30 was even more difficult than usual. For those unfamiliar with my process, every year I listen to every artist performing at SXSW. It’s on the order of 2000-3000 performers. I then narrow that down to a manageable size of around 100, which I use to build my schedule if I’m going to the festival (which I have sadly missed the last couple years). From there, I cull down to 20-30 bands for the podcast. If you want to hear the top hundred, or the top approximately 300 sorted by genre, I have all those playlists up on Spotify at ActiveListener. In other words, you can go way deeper if you want, something I would highly recommend.


Thanks for listening and don’t forget to support the artists,



Tracklist (links to buy)

1.Train by Adam & Kizzie on The Book of Eedo Vol. 1

2.Talk Talk Talk by Wunmi on A.L.A.

3.Wish You Were Here by Lee Fields & The Expressions on Faithful Man

4.Fantoche a La Realidad by La Orquesta Vulgar on La Víctima del Caníbal

5.Cold Canary Gaslight by Marty O'Reilly & the Old Soul Orchestra on Pray for Rain

6.I Wanted to Tell Her by BEAMS on I Wanted to Tell Her

7.I Wanna Be A Dawg by Dawg Yawp on Dawg Yawp

8.Right for You by Tje Austin on Dreamin' Big (Deluxe Edition)

9.Burning House by Cam on Untamed

10.Bad Habits by ChainSka Brassika on Skinna

11.Alive With the Glory of Love [Explicit] by Say Anything on Is a Real Boy

12.Bank Account by OMB Bloodbath on Nothing but the Moon (2.0)

13.Meditate by EARTHGANG (feat. J.I.D.) on Rags - EP

14.My Crew (Woooo) by Cadence Weapon on My Crew (Woooo)

15.North Cack by G Yamazawa ft. Joshua Gunn & Kane Smego on Shouts to Durham

16.The Sunset by Eliot Lipp on Shark Wolf Rabbit Snake

17.Moçambique by Gato Preto on Tempo

18.Colossus by Leoncarlo on Still Forms

19.Sueños de la Selva by Poranguí on Ayahuasca (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

20.ARMENIA by Joan Thiele on ARMENIA

21.Cordelia by My Life As Ali Thomas on Cordelia

22.Rej by MEUTE on Rej

23.Rain Dancing by Val Fleury on Rain Dancing

24.Call on Me by Adekunle Gold on Call on Me

25.No Weakness by Hety and Zambo on No Weakness

26.Hold You Down by Deraj ft. GNRA on Hold You Down

27.Baila Mami by Nailah Blackman on Parallel Riddim

28.Me Siento Bien by Sharlene & Fuego on Me Siento Bien

29.Wait by The Digital Wild on Wait

30.Make America Great Again by Pussy Riot on xxx

31.Just A Lil' Thick (She Juicy) by Trinidad James ft. Mystikal and Lil Dicky on Just A Lil' Thick (She Juicy)

February 27, 2018  

Prepare yourself. This one is big time. I couldn’t be more happy with how this mix came out and I’m so excited for you to hear it. Pretty sure I figured out the perfect order for the tracks and the transitions turned out well too!


Last time, I may have taken you all around EDC but today, we hit the Basspod stage and never pull away. The number of amazing DnB producers on display over the three days was ridiculous: Camo & Krooked, Wilkinson, Friction, Andy C, Metrik, Reid Speed, Calyx & Teebee, Chase & Status, and so many more that I’m forgetting. It was epic. There were more than enough artists to make a full mix but then there was so much other incredible drum and bass that came out over the last year, I had to expand the field of eligibility. The breadth of styles you can achieve all at 175 bpm (plus or minus) is remarkable. Uplifting to introspective, sparse and minimal to redlining bass thumpers, airy vocals to emcees over grimy beats. It’s all so good. Turn it up and start the party.


I once again opted to abstain from talking so you get a clean mix. I debated this quite a bit. On one hand, I really like to add the context of how I personally connected with a song or artist or some other tidbit to throw it. For example I heard London Elektricity say he had to fight to keep “Jungle Ballet” on the tracklist for Keeno’s album. OMG great job Tony! That’s the best track on the album if you ask me. I also like to provide a small motivation to go buy the music so you can hear it without me talking on it. Of course, now no one buys music, you just stream it. And I put the tracklist up on my Spotify (ActiveListener) so that motivation may be moot. But then on the other hand, for this style of music in particular, the tracks are best heard cleanly mixed in with other tracks. Hearing them in context is to hear them at their peak. You can watch the highlights from the Olympics but you miss the best part if you weren’t following the whole completion up to the finish. How many of you saw those two American women win that cross country race?? That was so awesome but the replay didn’t come close to doing it justice. Or I mean, come on, Shaun White… It doesn’t get better than that. Well except maybe double overtime game 7 western conference finals Laker over Kings. Or actually who am I kidding? The best was obviously Vince Young. But anyway, way off topic but yeah, I went for the clean mix. So enjoy. And anyway, I’m gonna talk all over the next one because that is SXSW 2018.


Thanks for listening and don’t forget to support the artists.



Tracklist (links to buy)

1.Ember by Camo & Krooked on Mosaik

2.Addicted (Technimatic Remix) by Seba on Spearhead Presents: The Soundtrack

3.Hypnotic ft. Shannon Saunders & Youngman by Wilkinson on Hypnotic

4.Peace Organ by Calibre on Sun And Bass Selection 2011

5.Never Stop by DC Breaks on Different Breed

6.Breathe ft. Shannon Saunders by Wilkinson on Hypnotic

7.Aurora ft. Metrik by Camo & Krooked on Zeitgeist

8.All Goes Wrong ft. Tom Grennan by Chase & Status on Tribe

9.Holding On by Dawn Wall on Twin Falls

10.I Don't Wanna Wake Up ft. Karina Ramage by Makoto on Salvation

11.Touch by Hybrid Minds on Touch

12.Cocooned by Bungle on Cocooned EP

13.Flashlight ft. Inja by Whiney on Talisman

14.Alone In The Dark by S.P.Y on Alone In The Dark EP:1

15.Komodo by Whiney on Hospitality 2016

16.Night Vision (VIP Mix) by Technimatic on Technimatic Remixed

17.Sanctuary by Nu:Logic on Somewhere Between The Light

18.Confessions (Break Remix) by Riya / Total Science on Sublimation (Deluxe Edition)

19.Looking Inside by Virtue on Shine A Light / Looking Inside

20.Can't Breath by Muffler on Stone Cold

21.Jungle Ballet by Keeno on All The Shimmering Things

22.Stars by Oliver Ferrer on Horn Beat

23.Midnight (Mist Vip Remix) by Un-Cut & M.I.S.T. on Andy C Nightlife 6

24.Natural Desire by Camo & Krooked on Zeitgeist

25.The Party's Arrived by Dave Owen on Liquid V Presents: After Party

26.Never Give Up by Maduk on Never Give Up

27.Freak by Friction on Freak

28.Tap Ho by TC on Tap Ho / Don't Play

29.Original Badman by Star.One feat. Takura & Assassin on Original Badman

30.All Night by Camo & Krooked on Zeitgeist

31.Heartbeat Loud by Andy C & Fiora on Pure Running 2016

32.Love Unlimited by S.P.Y on Alone In The Dark EP:1

33.Kaleidoscope by Delta Heavy on Kaleidoscope

January 20, 2018  

Happy 2018!

Last June my sister and I got on a plane to Vegas for three epic days of electronic music at the annual Electric Daisy Carnival. We had to turn nocturnal for three days as the festival runs from 7pm to 5am each day but it was so worth it. The breadth of artists was asountounding. Over the next 90+ minutes I will try to give you a flavor. And note this time, I'm not going to talk all over it. Instead of regaling you with stories, I've opted to try and show off each artist in the appropriate context, i.e. in the mix. The result is pretty hot. I think you're gonna like it.


Thanks for listening and don't forget to support the artists.







1.Connected by ATB & Andrew Rayel on Connected

2.Light It Up ft. Nyla & Fuse ODG (Remix) by Major Lazer on Peace Is The Mission

3.DJ Turn It Up by Yellow Claw on Amsterdam Twerk Music

4.Smyk ft. Rohan Da Great (Reid Speed Remix) by Dani Deahl on Smyk

5.Cual Es El Problema by Los Tioz on Insomniac Records Presents: EDC Mexico 2017

6.Ass Out by Wood Holly & Sage Armstrong on The New Years Special

7.Booty Percolatin’ by Will Clarke & DJ Funk on Booty Percolatin'

8.Boy by Walker & Royce on Boy

9.2nite by Lo'99 & Sinden on Burners EP

10.Utopia by Dombresky on Utopia

11.Echo by Cut Snake on Life's A Beach

12.Restless by Hot Since 82 on Restless

13.Staccato by No Requests on Toolroom Ibiza 2017

14.Gecko (Overdrive) by Oliver Heldens & Becky Hill on Gecko (Overdrive)

15.Tear My Heart ft. Lulu James (Nick Trikakis Remix) by Moon Boots on Tear My Heart (The Remixes)

16.Get Away by Ravell on Get Away

17.Runnin' ft. Kelli-Leigh (Extended Mix) by Low Steppa on Runnin'

18.Go Back by ATICA on Go Back

19.Sweet Memories by CID & Kaskade on Sweet Memories

20.The Aztecs by Solardo on The Aztecs EP

21.For You by Paul van Dyk & Genix on For You

22.Chicken Soup by Skrillex & Habstrakt on HOWSLA

23.Rock The Party by Jauz and Ephwurd on Rock The Party

24.Never Squad Down ft. Uniiqu3 by Jstjr on Never Squad Down EP

25.Crank It ft. Nadia Rose & Sweetie Irie by Kideko & George Kwali on Crank It

26.X ft. Future by 21 Savage & Metro Boomin on Savage Mode

27.Laung Gawacha ft. Avneet Khurmi by Nucleya on Bass Rani

28.Ashes Reborn by Nebbra on Primal Chronicles

29.Waiting by RL Grime & What So Not & Skrillex on Waiting

30.Foundation by Black Sun Empire on The Wrong Room

31.Take You Higher by Wilkinson on Lazers Not Included

32.Danza Kuduro ft. Lucenzo by Don Omar on Meet The Orphans

33.Make You Mine by Nvoy on Make You Mine

December 13, 2017  
Okay first off, big announcement. I have given myself the rather giant task of creating Spotify playlists of every podcast I have made. I've done about five so far. Got a ways to to go. But you'll see them pop up. Just search for ActiveListener (one word) on Spotify and you'll find them. Or here's the link
So yeah, you are going to be able to cut me out entirely if you want. I am doing this for a couple reasons. First, I am all about supporting the music and the streaming model has finally come of age as a legitimate way to support the artists. In fact, I've read articles saying that in the next few years it may not even be worth it for Apple or Amazon to have MP3 stores because so much of the traffic has gone to streaming. Things were a lot different when I started the podcast, two years before Spotify was even available in the US.
Second and more selfishly, I want to be able to listen to my podcast mixes when I'm out. I was at a dinner party the other night and someone wanted to put on one of my podcasts because they like they mix but then we both agreed it wasn't really the right venue to hear me talking over music. As much as I may like to hear myself talk, it's different out of a speaker than from my mouth.
Okay so if I haven't buried the lead already, we're at PODCAST 90! That's a lot! And it seemed like a time to do something special. This is one of those episodes I have been meaning to do since almost the beginning and it is particulaly appropriate because most of the music is from the 90s. Remember head banging, moshing, and crowd surfing? My roots! Man, were my roots angry. There was a lot of angst, anger, and aggression in a lot of the music I listened to back then. I should say, I was also still all about electronica, punk, alternative, and even soundtracks like Last of the Mohicans (best ever). But the focus today is the rage.
This podcast was so much fun to make. And I want to assure that I scream tested most of these songs in the car over the last few months. It was awesome. I still know all the words. I will be very curious to hear the response to this one. Some people will know every song and to others it will be all new. Let me know what you think.
Link for Final Fantasy Linkin Park Video: (How did we find this year before YouTube existed?!)
Thanks for listening and don't forget to support the artists,


1.More Human Than Human by White Zombie on Astro Creep: 2000 Songs Of Love, Destruction And Other Synthetic Delusions Of The Electric Head

2.Wish by Nine Inch Nails on Broken

3.Got the Life by Korn on Follow The Leader

4.Killing in the Name by Rage Against the Machine on Rage Against the Machine

5.Tourniquet by Marilyn Manson on Antichrist Superstar

6.Break Stuff by Limp Bizkit on Significant Other

7.Leader Of Men by Nickelback on The State

8.Whatever by Godsmack on Godsmack

9.Toxicity by System Of A Down on Toxicity

10.Alien by Pennywise on Straight Ahead

11.Bad Habit by The Offspring on Smash

12.Last Resort by Papa Roach on Infest

13.Binge by Papa Roach on Infest

14.Faint by Linkin Park on Meteora

15.The Red by Chevelle on Wonder What's Next

16.Stupify by Disturbed on The Sickness

17.Mudshovel by Staind on Dysfunction

18.Fine Again by Seether on Disclaimer

19.Weak And Powerless by A Perfect Circle on Thirteenth Step

20.Bother by Stone Sour on Stone Sour

21.In The End by Linkin Park on Hybrid Theory

22.Bring Me To Life by Evanescence on Fallen

23.Parabol by Tool on Lateralus

24.Parabola by Tool on Lateralus

October 27, 2017  

Jeremy Sole that is...


But before we get to that, as I was doing final post production for the podcast I realized IFE, who has possibly the best song ever (or at least best on this mix), hails from San Juan, Puerto Rico. I really should have known and I wish I had brought more attention to it. In case anyone forgot, for us Americans fighting against taxation without representation is kind of our whole thing. Puerto Rico is definitely American and definitely suffering from lack of a voice.


So what do I have in store for you today musically? Serendipitous digressions, that's what. This mix is to honor possibly my all time favorite radio DJ who gave up the reigns to his Wednesday night midnight to 3am slot after over ten years. I had so many musical discoveries thanks to that guy that it seemed only appropriate to serve up a mix in his honor. That and the finally apologize for mispronouncing his name (twice!) on the podcast years ago.


Also, tacked on a last minute addition to honor a good friend of our that passed away from cancer at far too young an age. Even still, it was long enough to positively affect a remarkable number of lives, including many that were only a single encounter. Her celebration of life was a testament to what a extraordinary human she was. 40 years was not enough but it's also 40 years to be thankful for. 


Owiny Sigoma Band present Nyanza (Documentary):


Thanks for listening and don't forget to support the artists,




1.Animal (Mark Ronson Remix) by Miike Snow on Animal Remixes

2.Kami Ni Mantara by Gnawa Njoum Experience on Gnawa Njoum Experience

3.Anger (Alternate Extended Mix) by Marvin Gaye on Here My Dear Deluxe Edition

4.D/vision ft. Earthgang by J.I.D on The Never Story

5.Blue Lights by Jorja Smith on Blue Lights

6.Blood on Me by Sampha on Process

7.Jibal Alnuba by Débruit & Alsarah on Aljawal الجوال

8.UMBO (Come Down) by ÌFÉ on IIII+IIII

9.Maldito Muchacho by Quantic on Curao

10.Darling Nikki by The Eaton Canyon Royal Ensemble on Symphonic Tribute To Prince's Purple Rain

11.Tearz by El Michels Affair, Lee Fields & The Shacks on Return to the 37th Chamber

12.Y Ahora Que by Chico Mann, Captain Planet on Night Visions

13.Chapinero by Thornato on Bennu

14.Guajira (I Love U 2 Much) by Yerba Buena on President Alien

15.Expensive Shit by Fela Kuti on Expensive Shit

16.Nyiduonge Drums by Owiny Sigoma Band on Nyiduonge Drums

17.Mini Kusuto (Rafael Aragon Remix) by Viviano Torres on Palenque Records AfroColombia Remix Vol.1

18.Missione A Bombay by Nicola Conte on Jet Sounds

19.The Beat Goes on (Live)  by The Buddy Rich Big Band on Big Swing Face

20.The Drive Home by Chicane on Far From The Maddening Crowds

September 1, 2017  

Music lovers!


Once again, I am releasing a podcast on my birthday. You know, it is just one of those few times these days when I get some free time and I can't think of a better way to spend it than sharing great music. I am particullarly stoked on this mix. It covers a wide range of styles while attempting to maintain a consistent vibe/feel. It's all based around the Hidden Orchestra track "Still". From the first time I heard that piece, I knew I needed it featured prominently on the podcast but it is so unique! How to fit other songs around it? Well, that's the question this podcast answers. Enjoy.


Link to video from Apogee Session with the xx. Such an incredible experience getting to be there.


Thanks for listening and don't forget to support the artists.





Tracklist (links to buy)

1.Trust the Sun by Elbow on Little Fictions

2.Politely by Tony Allen on A Tribute To Art Blakey And The Jazz Messengers

3.Still by Hidden Orchestra on Dawn Chorus

4.Tell Me the Truth by Låpsley on Long Way Home

5.Sleep Sound by Jamie xx on Girl/Sleep Sound

6.Hunger by Tropics on Rapture

7.Migration by Bonobo on Migration

8.Ghost by Kweku Collins on Ghost

9.Hello Clouds ft. FEMME by Justin Martin on Hello Clouds

10.Natural Fools by Maribou State on Portraits

11.Life's Dancers (Floating Points Remix) by The Invisible on Life's Dancers

12.Awake by Tycho on Awake

13.ELL (Christian Löffler Rework) by Martin Kohlstedt on Nacht Reworks

14.Fading Fast by Keeno on Music For Orchestra: Drums & Bass

August 2, 2017  

On the day I sat down to record this episode we got the sad news that we lost Chester Bennington, the lead singer of Linkin Park. While completely unrelated to the theme of this episode, based on my level of obsession with Hybrid Theory all those years ago, I thought it was only appropriate to begin with a tribute. It is also a motivation to finally dig into my archives actually make that "Angry Man Music" podcast episode that I have been considering all these years.


This episode started out sort of trying to be an R&B podcast but then it turns out that for the most part I don't really like R&B. Basically, I don't really know how you categorize this music except that they are essentially love songs. Or, songs about love and how it may not be working out so well. Or, not so much love as lust. Or, I don't know, it's just awesome (as usual!). Regardless, it's time to settle in and turn it up.


Thanks for listening and don't forget to support the artists,




Tracklist (links to buy tracks)

1.Crawling by Linkin Park on Hybrid Theory

2.Gemini Feed by Banks on The Altar

3.Chill Out ft. SG Lewis by RAY BLK on Chill Out

4.Rather Be with You by Sinead Harnett on Rather Be with You

5.Day And Night by Majid Jordan on Majid Jordan

6.Watch My Back by Basecamp on Greater Than - EP

7.Warm by SG Lewis on Shivers - EP

8.Touch by Shura on Nothing's Real

9.Why Don't You by Cleo Sol on Why Don't You

10.Pine & Ginger by Amindi K. Fro$t, Tessellated & Valleyz on Pine & Ginger

11.Innamission by Smino on blkswn

12.Girls @ ft. Chance the Rapper by Joey Purp on Girls @

13.Love$ick ft. A$AP Rocky by Mura Masa on Mura Masa

14.Heat ft. Sam Nelson Harris by The Knocks on Heat

15.Talk ft. George Maple by DJ Snake on Encore

June 10, 2017  


I wanted to add a post script for this episode podcast. I got a lot of feedback about the inclusion of the first track, FDT. Most of it very positive, some not so much. To be expected really. I actually gave a significant amount of thought as to whether or not to include that song. There are clearly a significant number of reasons why one might not want to share a song like that. I carefully weighed these against my primary intention for the inclusion, to capture a cultural moment.
It is protest music and by definition will upset some people. This song in particular received a lot of press last year. It was recorded prior to the election. Time magazine and Rolling Stone both recommended it as one of the top Trump protest songs so I am not breaking any new ground. Hip hop also has a deep history as protest music, particularly music with an incredibly strident message (e.g. NWA - F*ck the Police). A lot of people are very upset and these are important things to recognize in out country and culture. The podcast is meant to reflect that.
In the podcast, I state the song does not really represent how I would approach the issue and I immediately offer up an alternative. I am fully aware that nuance will not be recognized by everyone but weighing all of those factors, I determined it was worth including. 


I'm back! And I have so much great hip hop for you today. It took a minute to get this one out not just cause I moved which threw my life into a bit of a whirlwind but also cause it's really not all the most "fun" music. Don't get me wrong there are some slamming beats and some scorching flows. However there are also some heavier lyrics dealing with real life stuff. And then on top of that, real life is just kind of crazy right now! That said, I really love this mix. There is this ever present complaint that hip hop is dead. Once again, I offer up a podcast dedicated to showing that hip hop is alive and well. 


As always, thank you so much for listening and don't forget to support the artists.






1.FDT Part 2 ft. G-Eazy and Macklemore by YG

2.I Will  ft. Patife and Vangeliez by DRS on I Will EP

3.T5 by Swet Shop Boys on Cashmere

4.You Grew Up by Oddisee on The Iceberg

5.Grannies by Maxo Kream on Grannies

6.Down By The River by Mir Fontane on Down By The River

7.Ima Gangsta ft. Bobby Luv by Mozzy on Ima Gangsta

8.Hell Naw by Nasty C on Bad Hair

9.Out of Sight by Jonwayne on Out of Sight

10.Got Me Thinking by Jack Harlow on 18

11.Call Ticketron by Run The Jewels on Run the Jewels 3

12.Perspective by K.A.A.N. on Uncommon Knowledge

13.The Scribe by L'Orange & Mr. Lif on The Life & Death of Scenery

14.Picture Perfect by Little Simz on Stillness in Wonderland

15.Pyramids by Common on Black America Again

16.Ego by A Tribe Called Quest on We got it from Here... Thank You 4 Your Service

17.As The Rhyme Goes On by Eric B. & Rakim on Paid In Full

18.How Does It Feel by Kamaiyah on A Good Night in the Ghetto

19.Fallin' by Teenage Fanclub & De La Soul on Judgement Night: Music From The Motion Picture

April 18, 2017  

While I didn't get to go to SXSW this year, I still enjoyed the heck out of listening to all the amazing music. Once again, I've listened to somewhere around 2000 bands and narrowed it down to my 21 favorite flavors. If you want to check out the slightly less selective top 60 or so, that playlist is on Spotify here. Otherwise, just dig into this. As always, the amount of pure talent on display is incredibly humbling.


Also, thanks for your patience! I just moved and everything is still a big mess but thankfully I was able to record one last episode in the Hideout House. Loved that place. Sad to see it go but it's on to the next.


Thanks for listening and don't forget to support the artists.




Tracklist (Links to buy)

1.Walkin by Tokyo Ska Paradise Orchestra on Walkin

2.Gone so Long by Paws on No Grace

3.I'd Rather See Your Star Explode by Slaves on I'd Rather See Your Star Explode

4.Manners by WOMPS on Our Fertile Forever

5.Flame by Sundara Karma on Flame

6.Foreign Mind by Mau Mau Chaplains on Cowboys and West Indians

7.Saltarello by Stary Olsa on Santa Maria

8.Chance the Dog (The Song) (Audiotree Live Version) by The Kraken Quartet on The Kraken Quartet on Audiotree Live

9.Counting by Autre Ne Veut on Anxiety

10.Hopopono by GoGo Penguin on v2.0

11.Let It Go (Radio Edit) by The Wildflowers on Let It Go

12.Il by Jean-Michel Blais on Il

13.Keep The Wolves Away by Uncle Lucius on And You Are Me

14.The Wisp Sings by Winter Aid on The Wisp Sings

15.Minimum by Charlie Cunningham on Minimum

16.Stay Focused by ShaqIsDope on Stay Focused

17.Veneno by Audri Nix on El Nuevo Orden Vol.1

18.Cumbia Anthem [feat. Happy Colors] by El Dusty on Cumbia Anthem

19.Teef Teef Ft. Eugy x Mr Eazi x Sarkodie by DJ Juls

20.Miss You by James Hersey on Miss You

21.Too Soon by Vanic feat. Maty Noyes on Too Soon

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