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This week I have hand selected a variety of music genres to get you moving and in the zone so you can show your professor, coworker, boss, mom–whoever, who’s really in control. Just click the play button at the bottom of this post to hear the playlist in full, or check out each track individually. Muddy Waters – Worried Mined
This week I thought I’d bring back a classic, McKinley Morganfield, also known as Muddy Waters, was an American blues musician, and a major inspiration for the British blues explosion of the 1960s. Why? because sometimes nothing suits the mood of the day like some classic blues guitar strumming. Glass Animals – Pools
With their first album, Zaba, freshly realized in June of 2014 it is clear that Glass Animals has one heck of a career in front of them. Pools offers a feel good indie vibe, and if you are feeling it as much as I am you can listen and purchase the new album here
. L UD O – Boy
If you are enjoying L UD O’s somber tune reverb drenched tune, fear not you can find more of her music on her bandcamp
for listening and to purchase! “Operating under the L UD O nom de plume, this Brighton based producer & singer/songwriter sees herself not as a painstakingly musical craftswoman but as a symbol of unabashed, unconventional creativity” (via L UD O soundcloud). So far, I’d have to agree! M83 – Moonchild
This French electronic rock band from Antibes, France was formed in 2001 by Anthony Gonzalez and Nicolas Fromageau. The name M83 was taken from Messier 83, one of the brightest galaxies in our sky. And after listening to this spacey electric song, it is no wonder why they are named after this. Of Monsters And Men – Yellow Light (Cillo Remix)
Indie folk single, Yellow Light, comes with a twist in this Cillo remix. With only one album released in 2012, when will we hear more from this band? Thank the music gods for remixes. Hey Of Monsters and Men, we want more!