Le Peuple De L'Herbe has always been something I enjoy listening to while working. Much like Asian Dub Foundation and other similar bands, the rhythm is perfect to get things done!
If you follow this blog, you know I watch quite a bit of TV series. My wife and I watch a lot of science-fiction but sometimes we need something different; you can’t just watch one post-apocalyptic series after another, you need something a bit more positive and less dark from time to time. :)
This Is Us is perfect for that.
I think this would qualify as trip-hop? I love it. Wax tailor has been one of my go-to artists for a long time; whenever I want to get stuff done, it’s the best stuff to listen to.
The Games You Play is just one song though: I strongly recommend that you listen to more songs from him!
We walked around the city and took a few pictures.
Just one among many. I’ve been making my way through some of Chance The Rapper’s work (h/t CK!) and I must say it’s just the way I like it! Enjoy, and make sure to listen to a few more!
It’s been a while since I shared the music I listen to on a loop while working. Let’s get back on that horse! Today, Yonderboi, especially his “Splendid Isolation” album and the “All We Go to Hell” track.
Yonderboi, aka Fogarasi László, happens to be Hungarian so I got to listen to him live a couple of times. I couldn’t really describe the kind of music he produces, so I’ll just let you enjoy it!
Yes, while you’re at it, listen to the whole album. :)
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