Awh thanks quelle belle! You have a pretty colorful blog. Is that what your study or just a hobby?
A nice mix between different kinds of bass music. Especially loving the Fuck Yonkers on there.
You have slow and sad songs, you have fast paced, energetic and happy tunes, you have raging adrenaline tunes. All of which are quite popular. But why do we see a combination of these emotions and paces so rarely? I mean, I can see why not many people would listen to a slow and dark, angry song. That would probably sound like a nice psychopathic soundtrack. What amazes me is how rare we find the slow and happy songs. While those are the ones that we can absolutely relax to and fall asleep with. (in a good way, of course.) We have heard enough of the fast-paced hard sad songs, more than enough -sorry emo’s, it’s crap, just admit it- to be honest.
Personally, I have trouble sleeping early. I’m not really a morning-person, or a evening- or even afternoon-person, and that would be an understatement. My mind spins 20% faster at night and yes, I just pulled that percentage out of my ass, whatcha gonna do about it? But here’s the thing: Society sleeps at night. I wanna keep up at work and socially, so I have to find ways to put myself to sleep.
Doing this with homework that is boring as fuck will result in me sleeping, but extremely grumpy like 90-year old fucktards would normally be. Then there is music. Slow music, because I can’t sleep with a heartrate of 175BPM and I cannot swag myself asleep. Also happy, because shit, I don’t wanna sleep depressed as fuck or scared crapless. And yeah, ambient music doesn’t always truly cut it, now does it?
Thus begins my dreadful search for slow, feelgood tunes. Luckily there is such a wonderful thing as Majestic Casual on YouTube. They put out a nice track every other day (if not multiple tracks every single day) that people send in themselves or that they found scouting online. Their latest catch is a beatiful tune by Helios, called ‘Bold Advances’. Now, need I say more? Nope.
What’s your sleeping music?