|Not Your Typical Travel Music|
Some amazing tracks I've been listening to while rtravelling around the world. I'm far from being a rhippy so don't expect to see any world music or rweird experimental band from Iceland. rEnjoy.
An obvious choice if you're sitting on the beach looking at the sunset.
Angry groovy kinda song that makes me wanna do crazy stuff like standing on the
top of a garbage bin in the middle of a crowded street and play air guitar (yep
Arctic Monkeys meeting the Blood Brothers in Ireland.
|4||Black Moth Super Rainbow|
When the Sun Grows on your Tongue
Oh Man what is this stuff? It feels goooood. Can i have some more please?
|5||Bat for Lashes|
What's a Girl To Do
Just because I love thinking about her when she's not here.
It's Not Meant to Be
Song i tell my friends to listen to when they're drunk and wanna go to bed. Kev
you read this...
|7||Minus the Bear|
Let's face it Planet of Ice is an amazing record that deserves to be heard by
|8||Eagles of Death Metal|
Listen to this if you feel like your hormones are controlling you.
|9||The Dillinger Escape Plan|
The Perfect Design
Greg Puciato is one of my hero and every time I put this on I wanna be next to
Self explanatory title.
|12||The Starlight Mints|
Inside of Me
What's inside of me? No clue. But I sure enjoy the hell out of this song.
You Say Yes I Say Yes
What's the point of writing when all I can do with it is just repeating myself.
Whenever you feel sad and feel like you should be sadder.
|15||The Mars Volta|
Take the Veil Cerpin Taxt
I've been trying to learn this on acoustic guitar and it's been a nightmare.
Introducing Palace Players
The coolest and weirdest guitar riff makes this song an instant classic from the
Pop/Indie music at its finest. Don't forget to listen to Spanish Sahara too.
|18||At the Drive In|
One Armed Scissor
An absolute masterpiece. Got a one armed scissor tattooed on my arm in Cambodia.
Annie Erin Clark is a genius. Period. She deserves a gold medal for creating one
best guitar riff of the last decade (if not more).
|20||The Dillinger Escape Plan|
What? Them again? Fo sho. A monumental track starting off pretty slowly and
finishing in a torrent of destruction. The apotheosis of actual music.