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deanforestr  asked:

for the playlist thing - stars, summer, kiss


1. heartsigh - purity ring

2. olsen olsen - sigur ros

3. young and beautiful - lana del rey

4. lay your hands - night beds

5. human (marian hill remix) - aquilo


1. quit - lany

2. jump in the pool - friendly fires

3. rollercoaster - bleachers

4. not your way - misterwives

5. fluorescent adolescent - arctic monkeys


1. landslide - oh wonder

2. heartlines - broods

3. blue - troye sivan feat. alex hope

4. bloom - the paper kites

5. near to you - a fine frenzy

anonymous asked:

Top 10 songs (kpop or not)

Kpop or not? Beautiful~

#10. Hard Sun by Eddie Vedder.

#9. Light of the Seven by Ramin Djawadi for Game of Thrones S10.

#8. Sober by Childish Gambino

#7. Forest of Skyscrapers by Neon Bunny.

#6. November by Max Richter.

#5. Service and Sacrifice by Jeremy Zuckerman for The Legend of Korra.

#4. Brennisteinn by Sigur Rós.

#3. Take Us Alive by Other Lives.

#2. 7th Sense by NCT U.

#1. Look Here by BTS. (Yes. I’m serious. I love this song so fucking much).

Ask me my Top 5/Top 10

Masterpost: Tom Hiddleston’s Twitter Songs of the Day

  1. Oct 19, 2011. ‘The Immortals’, Kings of Leon. 
  2. Oct 20, 2011. ‘May You Never’, John Martyn.
  3. Oct 22, 2011. ‘Use Somebody’ (Armin Van Buuren Rework), Laura Jansen.
  4. Oct 23, 2011. ‘Flashing Red Light Means Go’, The Boxer Rebellion. 
  5. Oct 24, 2011. ‘The Battle’, Hans Zimmer & Lisa Gerrard, from Gladiator. 
  6. Oct 25, 2011. ‘Festival’, Sigur Rós. 
  7. Oct 26, 2011. ‘Holocene’, Bon Iver.
  8. Oct 27, 2011. ‘The Power of Love’, Huey Lewis & The News.
  9. Oct 28, 2011.  ‘Eternal Father, Strong to Save’, City of Prague Philarmonic Orchestra & Crouch End Festival Chorus.
  10. Oct 29, 2011.  ‘Express Yourself’, by Charles Wright & The Watts 103rd Street Rhythm Band.
  11. Oct 31, 2011.  ‘Ghostbusters’, by Ray Parker Jnr.
  12. Oct 31, 2011. “Ghost of Things to Come’, by Clint Mansell (from Requiem For A Dream). 
  13. Oct 31. 2011. ‘The Ghost of O’Donoghue’, by Johnny Flynn.  
  14. Nov 1, 2011.  ‘Look At The Sky’, by Ulrich Schnauss. 
  15. Nov 2, 2011.  ‘Grow Till Tall’, by Jónsi. 
  16. Nov 6, 2011. ‘Mr Brightside’ (Jacques Lu Cont’s Thin White Duke Mix), by The Killers.
  17. Nov 7, 2011. ‘The First Time’, by Matt Fischel 
  18. Nov 14, 2011. ‘A Real Hero’, by College & Electric Youth.
  19. Nov 25, 2011. ‘Once In A Lifetime’, by Talking Heads.
  20. Nov 26. 2011. ‘God Moving Over the Face of the Waters’, by Moby.
  21. Dec 3, 2011. ‘Life On Mars?’ (Live at Fashion Rocks), by David Bowie & Arcade Fire.
  22. Dec 24, 2011. ‘Do They Know It’s Christmas?’, by Band Aid 
  23. Dec 29, 2011. ‘Generator 1st Floor’, by Freelance Whales
  24. Dec 29, 2011. ‘We Found Love (feat. Calvin Harris)’, by Rihanna. 
  25. Dec 31, 2011. ‘No Limit’, 2 Unlimited. 
  26. Jan 2, 2012.  ‘All These Things That I’ve Done’, by The Killers. 
  27. Jan 7, 2012. ‘Simple Twist of Fate’, by Bob Dylan. 
  28. Jan 13, 2012. ‘Friday I’m In Love’, by The Cure. 
  29. Jan 15, 2012. ‘With Or Without You’, by U2.
  30. Jan 16, 2012. ‘Skokiaan’ (South African Song), by Louis Armstrong & His All-Stars 
  31. Jan 22, 2012.  ‘Sons of Scotland’, James Horner, Braveheart.
  32. Jan 24, 2012. ‘Si tu vois ma mere’, by Sidney Bechet (Midnight in Paris) and ‘The Reunion’, by John Williams (War Horse). 
  33. Jan 27, 2012. ‘Minnesota, WI’, by Bon Iver.
  34. Jan 27, 2012. ‘Perth’, by Bon Iver.
  35. Jan 27, 2012. ‘Just Breathe’, by Pearl Jam. 
  36. Jan 29, 2012. ‘Paris’, by Groove Armada featuring Candi Staton. 
  37. Jan 30, 2012. ‘The Ghost of O'Donoghue’, by Johnny Flynn.
  38. Jan 31, 2012.  ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’, by Bonnie Raitt, covered by Bon Iver.
  39. Feb 11, 2012. ‘First Breath After Coma’, by Explosions In The Sky.
  40. Feb 12, 2012. ‘Postcard from 1952′, by Explosions In The Sky.
  41. Feb 13, 2012. ‘Be My Baby’’, by the Ronnettes
  42. Feb 26, 2012.  ‘Good Vibrations’, by Marky Mark & The Funky Bunch. 
  43. Feb 27, 2012. ‘The Mighty Rio Grande’, by This Will Destroy You. 
  44. March 8, 2012. ‘I’ll Fly Away’ in a version by Gillian Welch & Alison Krauss.
  45. March 11, 2012. ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water’, by Simon & Garfunkel.
  46. March 12, 2012. ‘Midnight City’, by M83.
  47. March 14, 2012. ‘Big Red Machine’, by Aaron Dessner and Justin Vernon. 
  48. March 27, 2012. ‘Set You Free’, by N-Trance. 
  49. April 8, 2012. ‘Love U More’, by Sunscreem.
  50. April 9, 2012. ‘Dakota’, by Stereophonics.
  51. April 11, 2012. ‘Kathy’s Song’, by Simon & Garfunkel.
  52. April 17, 2012. ‘What A Fool Believes’, by The Doobie Brothers.
  53. April 18, 2012. ‘Blowin’ In The Wind’, by Bob Dylan.
  54. April 18, 2012. ‘A Real Hero (feat. Electric Youth)’ by College.
  55. April 23, 2012.  ‘Old Pine’, by Ben Howard.
  56. April 26, 2012. ‘Sweet Disposition’. by The Temper Trap.
  57. April 27, 2012. ‘Use Somebody’, by Kings of Leon.
  58. April 27, 2012. ‘Shuriken’, by Madeon. 
  59. April 27, 2012. ‘Empire State of Mind’ by Jay-Z (feat Alicia Keys)
  60. April 28, 2012. ‘Icarus’, by Madeon.
  61. April 30, 2012. ‘Fake Empire’, by The National. 
  62. May 2, 2012. ‘Lisztomania’, by Phoenix.
  63. May 3, 2012. ‘Something Good Can Work’, by Two Door Cinema Club.
  64. May 4, 2012. ‘Friday, I’m In Love’, The Cure.
  65. May 5, 2012. ‘Don’t Stop Believin’, by Journey.
  66. May 5, 2012. ‘I Was Young When I Left Home’, by Bob Dylan.
  67. May 11, 2012. ‘Pumped Up Kicks’, By Foster The People.
  68. May 13, 2012. ‘Just Dropped In (To See What Condition My Condition Was In)’, by Kenny Rogers & The First Edition.
  69. May 15, 2012. ‘I Told You I Was Freaky’, by Flight of the Conchords.
  70. May 21, 2012. ‘Lose Yourself’, by Eminem.
  71. May 22, 2012. ‘The Mighty Rio Grande’, by This Will Destroy You.
  72. May 25, 2012. ‘Friday, I’m In Love;, by The Cure.
  73. May 31, 2012. ‘Sweet Thing’, by Van Morrison.
  74. June 4, 2012. ‘Downtown Train’, by Tom Waits.
  75. June 6, 2012. ‘Just Breathe’, by Pearl Jam.
  76. June 12, 2012. ‘Start a War’, by The National.
  77. June 14, 2012. ‘Santa Monica Dream’, by Angus & Julia Stone.
  78. June 15, 2012. ‘You’re So Cool’, Hans Zimmer from the soundtrack to True Romance. 
  79. June 16, 2012. ‘Who We Are (Original Mix)’, by Luigi Lusini. 
  80. June 17, 2012. ‘Quiet’, by This Will Destroy You.
  81. June 19, 2012. ‘Starships’, by Nicki Minaj. 
  82. June 20, 2012. ‘Minnesota, WI’, by Bon Iver.
  83. June 21, 2012. ‘A Real Hero (feat. Electric Youth)’, by College.
  84. June 24, 2012. ‘Love Like A Sunset Pt 2′, by Phoenix. 
  85. June 28, 2012. ‘Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone’, by The Temptations.
  86. June 29, 2012. ‘Boogie Chillen’, by John Lee Hooker. 
  87. June 30, 2012. ‘Please Mr. Postman’, by The Marvelettes. 
  88. July 1, 2012. ‘Come Softly To Me’, by The Fleetwoods. 
  89. July 2, 2012. ‘Heatwave’, by Martha Reeves & The Vandellas 
  90. July 3, 2012. ‘Heat’, by Kronos Quartet. 
  91. July 6, 2012. ‘My Girls’, by Animal Collective.
  92. July 12, 2012. ‘One More Time’, by Daft Punk.
  93. July 13, 2012. ‘Baba O'Riley’, by The Who. 
  94. July 20, 2012. ‘The Mighty Rio Grande’, by This Will Destroy You. 
  95. July 21, 2012. ‘Bloodbuzz Ohio’, by The National. 
  96. July 28, 2012. ‘Homeward Bound’, by Simon & Garfunkel
  97. Aug 2, 2012. ‘I Still Haven’t Found What I’m Looking For’, by U2 (“Live” if you can find it, from RATTLE & HUM).
  98. Aug 13, 2012. ‘Love Train’, by The O’Jays. 
  99. Aug 14, 2012. ‘Best of my Love’, by The Emotions.
  100. Aug 15, 2012. ‘I Wanna Be Your Lover’, by Prince.
  101. Aug 21, 2012. ‘Heart Shaped Stone’, by Freddie Stevenson. 
  102. Aug 22, 2012. ‘Love Like A Sunset, Pt. 1′, by Phoenix.
  103. Aug 26, 2012. ‘Holocene’, by Bon Iver.
  104. Aug 31, 2012. ‘Friday I’m In Love’, by The Cure.
  105. Sept 6, 2012. ‘Santa Monica Dream’, by Angus & Julia Stone. 
  106. Sept 8, 2012. ‘Perfect Day’, by Lou Reed.
  107. Sept 9, 2012. ‘Postcard from 1952′, by Explosions in The Sky. 
  108. Sept 11, 2012. ‘Go Do’, by Jonsi. 
  109. Sept 16, 2012. ‘With or Without You’, by U2 (Alucard & Sean Tyas Remix). 
  110. Sept 26, 2012. ‘I Will Wait’, by Mumford & Sons.
  111. Oct 2, 2012. ‘Let’s Stay Together’, by Al Green.
  112. Oct 18, 2012. ‘Lemonworld’, by The National.
  113. Oct 24, 2012. ‘I Can’t Make You Love Me’, by Bon Iver.
  114. Oct 27, 2012. ‘The Mighty Rio Grande’, by This Will Destroy You. 
  115. Nov 5, 2012. ‘My Tears Are Becoming a Sea’, by M83.
  116. Nov 8, 2012. ‘U Can’t Touch This’, by MC Hammer. 
  117. Nov 21, 2012. ‘Once There Was a Hushpuppy’, by Dan Romer & Behn Zeitlin.
  118. Nov 22, 2012. ‘One Love / People Get Ready’, by Bob Marley.
  119. Nov 23, 2012. ‘Brooklyn Sound’, by Silicon. 
  120. Nov 25, 2012. ‘The Bathtub (feat. The Lost Bayou Ramblers)’, by Dan Romer and Behn Zeitlin. 
  121. Dec 2, 2012. ‘The Bathtub’, Dan Romer and Lost Bayou Ramlers
  122. Dec 20, 2012. ‘Once In A Lifetime’, by Talking Heads. 
  123. Dec 30, 2012. ‘Grow Till Tall’, by Jónsi.
  124. Jan 6, 2013. ‘Intro (feat. Zola Jesus)’, by M83.
  125. Jan 10, 2013. ‘Got My Mind Set On You’, by George Harrison.
  126. Jan 13. 2013. ‘Outro’, by M83. 
  127. Jan 16, 2013. ‘Elegy’, by Lisa Gerrard & Patrick Cassidy.
  128. Jan 20, 2013. ‘Below My Feet’, by Mumford & Sons.
  129. Feb 9, 2013. ‘Celebration’. Kool & the Gang. 
  130. Feb 13, 2013. The Mighty Rio Grande’ by This Will Destroy You. 
  131. Feb 15, 2013. ‘[Untitled Track] *3′, by Sigur Rós, 
  132. March 7, 2013. ‘Seven Seas of Rhye’, by Queen
  133. March 8, 2013. ‘Last Known Surroundings’, by Explosions In The Sky.
  134. March 11, 2013. ‘Somebody To Love’, Queen. 
  135. April 2, 2013. ‘Harder Than You Think’, by Public Enemy.
  136. May 28, 2013. ‘Contact’, Daft Punk. 
  137. Sept 7, 2013. ‘Parasol’, by Jonquil.
  138. Oct. 2, 2013. ‘Rafstraumur’, by Sigur Rós.
  139. Jan 1, 2014. "Lost In Music" by Sister Sledge.
  140. Feb 11, 2014. ‘Outro’, by M83.
  141. July 11, 2015. ‘Get Down Saturday Night’ by Oliver Cheatham.
  142. Sept 29, 2016. ‘00000 Million’ by Bon Iver.

Tom Hiddleston’s Song of the Day playlist on spotify

i was tagged by @jpleaud to put 10 songs on shuffle, thank you very much!!

1. Suuns - Instrument

2. Andrew Bird - Saints Persrvus

3. Atoms For Peace - Ingenue

4. Sleep Party People - I See The Moon

5. Radiohead - A Reminder 

6. David Lynch - So Glad

7. The Radio Dept. - 1995

8. R.E.M. - Let Me In

9. Dawn Of Midi - Ymir

10. Sigur Ros - Untitled 3 

Snooping on Your Playlist

Thanks for tagging me, @mattemaiden :D

1. “Hong Kong” - Gorillaz

2. “Love is Blindness” - Jack White

3. “Hoppipolla” - Sigur Ròs

4. “Honeybee” - Steam Powered Giraffe

5. “You And I” - Avalanche City

6. “The Blues Are Still Blue” - Belle and Sebastian

7. “Hopeless Wanderer″ - Mumford & Sons

8. “Favorite Record” - Fall Out Boy

9. “Snap Out Of It” - Arctic Monkeys

10. “Creep” - Radiohead

My tags: @syksykylma@iinightdrawsii@saltysenpie@choranaptyxis@athousandpigeons@fuitilium@ferndeanmanor@elletz-g@mahounomae@quoth-the-ravenclaw

To the tune of Untitled 3 by Sigur Rós

“Dear you,

And I have always meant, you.

Nothing would be the same if you did not exist.”—Sierra DeMulder

I. In meditation sessions,
you are told to be aware of your whole body,
of your hands,
your fingertips,
each small thread of nerves as it is pulled and relaxed,
the tickle of oxygen as it vibrates in your bloodstream,
the rhythm of your breath,
the waltz of tears and fluttering eyelashes.

Remember, this body is more than just a body,
or the vessel for a song,
or the ocean that is the floating of your sadness.
It is a heartbeat instrument,
this rush and gentle diminuendo,
the orchestras that live in your voice-box.
You are more than manuscript paper and rosin,
more than the creak of wood and spinning compass,
you are not the siren that bends the spirits of sailors
but the wind that guides love home,
the same wind that has reddened your face
and turned the insides of your wrists raw.

On the days you are struggling to keep
survival in your lungs, you imagine bodies of water,
the sturdy redwoods of California,
something that is so big that your hurt
can easily hide or be swallowed into.
Hope sometimes does not feel like a trustworthy life-raft,
but instead distant and full of holes.

There are beautiful things that grow even in the strongest storms.
The fear that falls in forests does not make a sound,
but provides the potential for rebuilding,
the chance to grow roots,
to draft the treehouse you dreamed of when you were a child,
to see the sanctuary of peace,
the lightning bugs rising freely in a pink and sensitive sky,
the mending of the scorched tree-rings in you chest
from all of the times you have set yourself on fire,
from all of the times you convinced yourself that you are not worthy of living.
How off this world’s gravity would be if you were not here to share this space,
the heaviness and joy of this universe,
to not have someone to spend moments with staring up at all of the stars and let our imaginations adventure like pirates or astronauts,
how the calm of our nostalgia lets us imagine a better place
instead of leaving this world completely.

II. In meditation sessions,
you are told to be aware of your whole body;
your spirit,
the galaxies in your irises,
how you are needed here despite
all of the distorted notes and sinking.
You have been creating symphonies just by simply existing.

THERE WAS MORE TO SAY An instrumental fanmix for the amazing The Song of Achilles. All the songs are annotated with the part of the book it would fit, as well as a little quote. Hopefully it will seem like a proper soundtrack.

1. Epilogue (the games, the suitors, killing Clysonymus) Escape - Antonio Pinto 2. Achilles My imaginary friend - Lorne Balfe 3. Friends Faraway swimmingpool - Múm 4. Thetis Enough for one life - Lorne Balfe 5. To the mountains Requiem - Antonio Pinto 6. I don’t know if I’m worthy but I wish to stay - Mount Pelion Sugar Storm - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross 7. Swear it Mílanó - Sigur Rós 8. Scyros Swings - Dustin O'Halloran 9. Off to Troy? The Gentle hum of anxiety - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross 10. Aristos Achaion The Last of Us Main Theme - Gustavo Santaolalla 11. War I am become death - Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow  12. Briseis Pacific - Sleeping at last 13. Ten years of War Afraid of time - Hans Zimmer 14. Over your Pride A reflection - Trent Reznor & Atticus Ross 15. I will not fight River Fight - Antonio Pinto 16. Patroclus fights instead Temptations - Austin Wintory 17. Achilles grieves Reclamation - Austin Wintory 18. Hectors death means another death Benedictus - Anne Dudley 19. I am buried here Watching - Ben Salisbury & Geoff Barrow 20. Speak then Untitled 3 - Sigur Rós 21. Hands meet Some Other Place - Arcade Fire [LISTEN]

Playlist I Made For My Bae About the Snow But If You Actually Live Where It Snows You May Like It Too Mix:

  1. aisatsana [102] - Aphex Twin
  2. Hollow Mountain - Efterklang
  3. Snowflake - Kate Bush
  4. Moon - Bjork
  5. Celestica - Crystal Castles
  6. Frozen Warnings - Nico
  7. Lucky - Radiohead
  8. Bicycle - Memory Tapes
  9. Sailing - Deerhunter
  10. The Piano Drop - Tim Hecker
  11. Sigur 3 (Untitled) - Sigur Ros
  12. Marble House - The Knife
  13. Floating Spit - Perfume Genius
  14. Europe, After the Rain - Max Richter

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Hottest Songs for Every Element of Your Wedding (keep updating)

Stumped on what to play for a particular special moment? Don’t worry – plenty of brides have been in your shoes (and worn them out on the dance floor)! Check out their top wedding song picks.

Classic Wedding Processional Songs

1. Johann Pachelbel, “Canon in D
2. Johann Sebastian Bach, “Air on the G String
3. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, “Andante
4. Claude Debussy, “Clair de Lune” 
5. Johann Sebastian Bach, “Sleepers Awake” 
6. George Frideric Handel, “Air
7. Richard Wagner, “Bridal Chorus (Here Comes the Bride)
8. Johann Sebastian Bach, “Arioso
9. Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, “March of the Priests (from The Magic Flute)
10. Ennio Morricone, “Gabriel’s Oboe (The Mission soundtrack)”                                 11. Capital Cities. “Safe and Sound”  

Listen to the songs on Spotify

Unexpected Wedding Processional Songs:

1. Penguin Cafe Orchestra, “Air à Danser” 
2. Sigur Ros, “Hoppipolla
3. Regina Spektor, “Us
4. Iron and Wine, “Lion’s Mane
5. Bruno Mars, “Marry You
6. Cat Power, “Sea of Love
7. Elvis, “Can’t Help Falling In Love With You
8. The Troggs, “With A Girl Like You
9. Florence and the Machine, “You’ve Got The Love” 
10. The Love Affair, “Everlasting Love”                                                        

Listen to the songs on Spotify

Grand Entrance Songs For Your Wedding Reception:

1. Hall & Oates, “You Make My Dreams Come True
2. Shalamar, “A Night To Remember
3. Natalie Cole, “This Will Be
4. Jagged Edge, ft. Run DMC, “Let’s Get Married (Remix)
5. Kanye West, “Good Life
6. Michael Jackson, “The Way You Make Me Feel
7. K. Michelle, “V.S.O.P.
8. The Darkness, “I Believe In a Thing Called Love

Listen to the songs on Spotify

Classic First Dance Favorite Songs:

1. Etta James, “At Last
2. Ella Fitzgerald, “Our Love Is Here To Stay
3. The Flamingos, “A Kiss from Your Lips
4. Bright Eyes, “First Day Of My Life” 
5. John Legend, “All Of Me
6. Ben Folds Five, “The Luckiest
7. Etta James, “Sunday King of Love
8. Donny Hathaway, “A Song For You
9. 311, “Love Song
10. Jason Mraz and Colbie Callait, “Lucky
11. Joshua Radin, “Today
12. The Beatles, “Here, There, Everywhere
13. Toploader, “Dancing In The Moonlight
14. K-Ci and JoJo, “All My Life

Listen to the songs on Spotify

Unexpected Songs for Dance Party

1. Beyonce, “XO”                                                                                                          2. Bruno Mars, “Treasure”                                                                                         3. Betty Who, “Somebody Loves You”                                                                       4. Pharrell Williams, “Happy”                                                                                      5. John Mayer, “Who You Love”                                                                                  6. Macklemore, “Same Love”      

We are updating the list, and if you have any great ideas, don’t hesitate to leave a message below. It will be a huge help for the coming new brides and grooms!!

Can i just say that all the music in Skins is so so amazing and deserves more recognition. Like everything suits the moment very well
- Young by Dog is Dead
- Untitled 3 by Sigur Rós
- Shifts by Over the Wall
- It’s All Over by The Broken Family Band
- Time To Pretend by MGMT
- Glockinspiel Song by Dog is Dead
- Skins Theme Tune by Fat Segal (of course i have to include my favorite theme song of all time)

anonymous asked:

do you have a song that you associate with Dan and/or Phil?

oookay..good question ;)


Oh Honey – Be Okay (this edit on yt of them in jamaica) 

Kevin MacLeod ~ Deliberate Thought (oldschool Phil)

Muse – Sunburn (didn’t he sing it in some liveshow?)


S Club 7 – Dont’t Stop Movin (on a radio show like a year ago i heard him saying he used to like it as a child)

Panic! At The Disco – Lying Is The Most Fun ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)

Frank Ocean – Memrise  (he reblogged it on tumblr when it came out so yeah since then)

Sigur Rós – Brennisteinn from 3:30 (thanks to this dinofvyou1 vid now i can’t listen to it without wanting to cry )

Lana Del Ray – Honeymoon (just recently he talked about it in a liveshow)   

and obvs Final Fantasy - The Nightmare Begins (because of him playing it)

11 Songs to Help You Focus

1. Brian Eno, “1/1″

Brian Eno is more than just a ground-breaking performer, songwriter, and award-winning music producer. He is also the godfather of ambient music, and spent decades crafting ambient sounds designed to help achieves specific psychological goals, like soothing women in labor. This song, from his album Music for Airports, is designed to “defuse the tense, anxious atmosphere of an airport terminal” — so it should work just as well defusing the tense, anxious atmosphere of trying to write a term paper on a book you “forgot” to read.

2. Explosions in the Sky, “First Breath After Coma”

Explosions in the Sky — or, as you may better know them, the Friday Light Nights Theme Song Guys — create instrumental post-rock that is nearly vocal-free and totally engaging without being too intense. Listen, and envision Coach and Tami supporting you emotionally and loving you unconditionally while you merge Excel sheets.

3. Sigur Ros, “Takk”

The songs of ethereal Icelandic musicians Sigur Ros do technically have lyrics, but since they’re almost all in Icelandic, the brain power you use processing them should be negligible (unless you’re, you know, studying for your Icelandic language mid-term).

4. Air, “Highschool lover”

This instrumental, piano-based version of the theme from The Virgin Suicides provides a totally relaxed soundtrack to the movie of your life right now (it’s called Goddammit, Why Did I Sing Up for This Linguistics Course 2).

5. Nightmares on Wax, “You Wish”

Disregard the weirdly threatening name — DJ/ composer Nightmares on Wax crafts chill soul and R & B-influenced electronica that pairs perfectly with realizing that it’s past midnight and you somehow haven’t even started studying yet. 

6. The xx, “Intro”

If you like the way you can just get lost in the vibe of this British indie pop gem, you’re in luck —some internet genius made a four hour long version of the song.

7. Boards of Canada, “Reach for the Dead”

Mind-meld with your textbook while listening to this wildly chill track by the Scottish electronica duo who take inspiration from the TV soundtracks of the ’70s.

8. LCD Soundsystem, “45:33″

Ahhhh, wake up wake up wake up! You chilled out too hard and accidentally fell asleep on your keyboard. Get pumped to make it through the next leg of your project and also clean drool off of your trackpad with this super-high-octane single-song album, which was specially created to be listened to while jogging.

9. Miles Davis, “So What”

Listening to this instrumental jazz classic off of Davis’s legendary album Kind of Blue won’t just help you focus; it will also give you something to talk to your uncle about at Thanksgiving this year (all uncles love Miles Davis, it’s a scientific fact; maybe you could do a lab project on it?).

10. Ratatat, “Shempi”

This song’s high energy instrumental rock + lack of vocals = focus. You’re in the last stretch of your work marathon, and this song is throwing you cups of water and bananas and holding a big, glittery sign with your name on it! You can do it! Conjugate those verbs/ fine-tune that PowerPoint presentation/ glue those googly eyes to that poster board! 

11. M83, “Midnight City”

OK, you’ve made it this far, and you’re now in the absolute last moments of writing your paper. You’ve earned this pumped-up dance track, which technically has lyrics (but I’ll be damned if I can tell you what any of them are).

The Way I Loved You

An emotional and sad imagine about Y/N and Harry being in a relationship, and then breaking up before university starts, this is so emotional, I personally love what I wrote, please read this while listening to Song For Zula or Sigur 3 .

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