Music in it's simplest, most basic purpose is to convey and express oneself through an arrangement of sounds. Though the definition of music can vary from people to social contexts, we can all agree that it directly affects our emotions one way or another. Whether if it drops you into a sob-fest or shoots you into pure ecstasy, music is made to change how you feel. It's no mystery why you tend to choose happy-go-lucky songs on a beautiful day, or why you seek out dark songs on the worst day of your life. We honor those who make it their mission to stir the big pot of emotions in this week's volume of Feels Friday.
Just to let you know, we're are quite fond of this particular volume. Why? Well, this time we aren't really aiming at one particular emotion. The previous Feels Fridays were geared towards traditional feelings, such as melancholy or happiness. Instead, we chose to create an environment for you. As you listen to the ten songs below, you will definitely see a pattern. What lays before you is not bound by genre, but more of a situation. To be clearer, each song has hefty weight, layers of filth and griminess, and plenty of aggression. From 80's style synths to erratic chiptune, each one is geared towards that one glorious drive through the city at night.
Whether you want to scream down the freeway blasting Gesaffelstein or casually cruising block by block with Pilotpriest booming in the background, we got your nocturnal urban driving needs right here, right now.
Windows down, or windows up?