I typically only listen to music when I am racing, and enjoy my handful of podcasts during my daily runs. However, with April once again continuing the cycle of never ending rain, I spent a lot more time listening to tunes this month as a way to keep me motivated and running quicker than I would otherwise.
What a wild up listening to was heavy on the indie music side of things. While I did get my fill of some well-known names like current pop-hitmakers The Chainsmokers and Coldplay, as well as Gorillaz and Michelle Branch (from early 2000’s pop fame), The majority of my selection came from lesser-known underground indie pop acts.
My favorite fall albums of the month came from the likes of Coin and the New Pornographers. Father John Misty is gaining traction as a current protest artist, and the Parov Stelar album is a wonderful album of electronica that is great for running.
- Something Just Like This by The Chainsmoker s& Coldplay
- Total Entertainment Forever by Father John Misty
- Whiteout Conditions by The New Pornographers
- No Reason to Run by Cold War Kids
- Shadows by Future Islands (feat. Debbie Harry)
- Not a Love Song by Michelle Branch
- Talk too Much by Coin
- Cuba Libre by Parov Stelar (feat. Mildred Bailey)
- We Got The Power by Gorillaz (feat. Jehnny Beth)
- Check out what I had on repeat in January on Amazon Music and Spotify
- Check out what I had on repeat in February on Amazon Music and Spotify
- Check out what I had on repeat in March on Amazon Music and Spotify
Try Amazon Music Unlimited 30-Day Free Trial
Marilyn: This month, my top tracks coincidentally ended up being kind of focused on strength. “Keep On Keeping On” gets me pumped up every. single. time. (Can Travie McCoy and Brendon urie please collaborate on more music?! PLEASE!?)
- Marilyn’s most listened to tracks for April on Spotify and Amazon Music