Biweekly Playlist: Driving Through the Wilderness
Another two weeks, another biweekly playlist – got to love how that works. Anyway, this week’s playlist was inspired by impending trip to the Adirondacks (conveniently beginning as soon as I’m done writing this, so feel special that you made my priority list). Since I’m the kind of person who likes to randomly sing and dance before falling into a trance-like state, Driving Through the Wilderness mirrors that mindset.
We kick things off with Mat Zo’s intense remix of the I See Monstas track, “Circles,” and then transition into Tritonal’s newest masterpiece, “Satellite.” Fair warning to anyone driving the I-90 in New York State this weekend, you very well might see me raging in my car to those tracks. Or you could see me grooving to “Can’t Stop Playing,” originally by Dr Kucho! & Gregor Salto and remixed (obviously, once you hear it) by Oliver Heldens.
Generally I try not to repeat playlist tracks, but this next one, Zedd’s remix of Magic!’s “Rude” has been stuck in my head since last time so it is returning so I can continue singing along to it. Now, I’m all for good dance tracks as much as the next progressive house fan, but occasionally we’ve got to slow it down, which is why the groovy 16 Bit Lolitas “Deep In My Soul” and out-of-this-world “Pyara” by Fehrplay are also on this week’s playlist.
Keeping the lower BPM trend going in Manik’s remix of Arty’s “Up All Night,” which almost takes me back to Sunday School at Mysteryland if I close my eyes, almost. Luckily, Myon & Shane 54 appear just in time to save me from going down the rabbit hole with their awesomely addicting “Summer of Love,” followed by Thomas Newson & Magnificence’s “Blizzard.”
Rounding out this edition of our biweekly playlist is the intense new collaboration, “Shocker,” courtesy of W&W and Headhunterz. It’s the perfect pump-up song before heading out into the woods, hitting the field, or just going out with friends. So get up, get out, and do something exciting in the next two weeks – you do have the perfect playlist after all.