Music to work to

that album with king midas sound is fucking great

I made loads of playlists that should see you through (need to make a new edition)

Lambert’s album is great (a bit like Nils Frahm, possibly IS Nils Frahm)

and, of course, Chill Out by The KLF.

Some beautiful stuff here, cheers everyone who replied. Gonna give it all a go this week!

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Wish I could do that, I used to try to kid myself that noisy pumping music kept me alert and focused but it never worked. Great for running though!

Something with a steady beat and no vocals, usually deep dubby techno. Any of The Bunker NY’s podcasts are usually a good shout.

Wata Igarashi, DJ Nobu, Nihal Ramchandani and the Atom TM/Tobias one are all excellent.

Amazing suggestions, gonna listen to all this at work this week!

This week I have really enjoyed the following albums while working:

Jenny Hval - Blood Bitch
Julianna Barwick - Will
Julianna Barwick - Nepenthe
Marissa Nadler - Strangers
Ital Tek - Hollowed
Brian Eno - The Ship

Replied to post instead of thread - pity you can’t delete/edit after posting.

This evening I have been mapping the desert while listening to:

  1. My draft ‘Wintering’ mix for the mixtape club
  2. My take on the best of The National (someone was right, they basically have two songs).
  3. Marielle V Jakobsons’ - Star Core

If driving for work is still working, then I enjoyed a six hour drive from Glasgow to Thurso (in the dark) to:

  1. Self compiled Ringo Deathstarr best of (pretty diverse actually)
  2. The Radioheads - A poo shaped moon
  3. Tanya Tagaq - Animism
  4. Fink - Hard Believer
  5. Matthew Dear - Beams
  6. A self compiled “blue collar rock” sort of mix thing

This is a useless reply to the OP, though try that Marielle V Jakobsons one - ace to work to…

Noxagt works for me.

A Winged Victory for the Sullen - S/T
Burzum - Filosofem
David Bowie - Low

Are some of mine

That is some proper nice rain

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Had this on loop for uni work, properly amazing little landscape of sound

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As a side question, does anyone else who has a job that relies heavily on audio also put some visuals on in the background? I tend to use nature stuff or train journeys.