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Work your magic while listening to these motivational electro-bangers -- and stop slacking off!
Listen to some of the most epic and beloved scores in modern cinema. Filled with sweeping string sections and thunderous percussion, this is the perfect soundtrack for saving the world, preparing for battle or staring up in awe at something miraculous.
Listen to the hottest new tracks from the world of bass music. This playlist, updated weekly, contains songs from big-name and underground producers and DJs alike.
Stay awake with the light basslines, melodic female vocals, and flowing soundscapes of these energetic yet subdued electronic tracks.
Sample all the dance festival main stages with this playlist of progressive house and electro-house anthems from the world's biggest DJs. Updated weekly.
We read all the music blogs so you don't have to. Updated weekly, this playlist contains the latest alt-pop songs indie music blogs love.
Updated weekly, these are the newest and most popular rap tracks on the Internet.
Get into the zone with the chill, bass-heavy beats of these instrumental trap cuts.
Looking for the latest in spacey, sexy deep house? We've stockpiled the best from all over the world into this playlist for all the deep-house tracks. Updated weekly.
Nora En Pure,
Whether you're studying for finals, organizing your desk, or filling out expense reports, these classical pieces provide the perfect musical accompaniment to help you get the job done. Now get to work!
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,
George Frideric Handel,
Franz Joseph Haydn
This collection of energetic classical and opera movements will help give you the jolt you need in the mornings. Grab a grande and enjoy the ride!
This is your one-stop-shop for all dub-related tunes. Listen to the best of new dubstep with this playlist, updated weekly.
Hypnotic breaks and pensive soundscapes from today's greatest electronica artists: the perfect soundtrack for reading, working, or just relaxing.
In an industry dominated by a few A-list composers, these artists and their dramatic, modern film scores stand at the vanguard; cool and provocative music from cool and provocative films.
Think of these progressive instrumentals as the ultimate "temp tracks" -- that is, the music used during the editing phase of a film production to set the mood for a scene. Great for budding indie filmmakers and soundtrack enthusiasts.
Death In Vegas,
Black metal blast beats and epic drones to get you into the zone. You'll be murdering your inbox and burning down your to-do list. Hails!
Not all electronic acts aim for the dance floor. Explore the low-key, laid-back side of electronic music through these well-known names and under-the-radar indie acts.
This uplifting mix of vocal bass music will power you through the final leg of your daily grind. Skip the coffee and energy drinks; experience a more healthful buzz with a massive dose of synth stabs, arpeggios, and bass drums.
Relive your memories of classic '80s video game soundtracks with these electro house and electronica tracks pieced together from 8-bit chiptune samples.
Fuzzed out, droned out, ominous, minimalist, sweeping and even pretty, if it's colossally heavy and without vocals you're gonna find it right here.
Atmospheric and ambient, this is the sound of hip hop producers left to their own devices. Without any vocal assists from rappers, the results are innovative, expressive, and sometimes more than a little trippy.
The Gaslamp Killer,
A DJ set can't consist entirely of hard-hitting bangers; move bodies while stimulating minds with the heady rush of these progressive trance tracks that build gracefully to gentle yet blissful breakdowns.
Looking for a chilled-out take on that brain-splitting, wobbly bass? Liquid dubstep combines ambient soundscapes with beautiful melodies and, of course, visceral bass lines.
Saturday Night Gym Club,
Ghosts Of Paraguay
Underground artists creating music based on vintage '80s video game sounds are creeping into the mainstream. Hear some of the best alongside old-school synthesists that inspired them and a handful of bigger names who have explored this playful sound.
Orchestral Manoeuvres In The Dark,
Get to know the music of the best known child prodigy and classical rock star in history, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart.
Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart,
Alicia De Larrocha,
Academy Of St. Martin-In-The-Fields,
Mad genius, deaf curiosity, curmudgeon or reverent soul, Ludwig van Beethoven is one of a kind, perhaps the most influential composer of the last 200 years.
Ludwig Van Beethoven,
Emerson String Quartet,
London Symphony Orchestra,
Listen to the latest, biggest tracks rocking the world's hippest dance floors. Keep the night alive with this weekly updated playlist.
Dance music crossed into the mainstream in the late '90s, thanks to innovative music videos and key placement in movies like 'Trainspotting' and 'The Matrix.' Get on the floor to the finest house, trip hop, IDM, and big beat from this era in dance music.
The Chemical Brothers,
The musicians who played on Miles Davis's pioneering jazz-rock albums, such as Bitches Brew, graduated to their own groups after working with the mercurial trumpeter. Here's the first wave of Miles's fusioneers, along with some extended family members.
The lush and romantic side of traditional drum and bass music featuring seductive vocals, melodic keyboard riffs and deep canyons of bass all strung together by the genre's signature rat-a-tat snare drum sound.
Everything you wanted to know about drum and bass but were afraid to ask. Featuring genre defining tracks from the early '90s to new cuts by artists that are redefining the genre today.
Need an electronic pick-me-up? This collection of uplifting trance anthems should do the trick in no time.
Paul Van Dyk,
Developed in the 1980s, Math rock is a guitar-based genre influenced by progressive and experimental rock known for using odd time signatures, interlocking rhythms and complex arrangements.
Maps & Atlases,
The future of garage, house and bass music has revealed itself in the form of buzzworthy new music from these young DJs. Welcome to future bass; get weird on the dancefloor.
Hot Since 82,
Take a trip into the hypnotic world of psychedelia and Goa trance music. Go on a celestial journey from the comfort of your own private chill-out room.
Explore the lighter and more introspective side of trap, with a mix of beats that work better at home than in a club. Great for studying, relaxing or chilling with friends.
What So Not,
Idyllic electronic sounds that evoke expansive rural vistas, from expressive Teutonic rock (Neu!, Cluster, Brian Eno) to deep-listening drone (Fennesz, Oneohtrix Point Never, Emeralds).
Get acquainted with a multitude of bass-heavy Brits. Explore over two decades' worth of UK dance music subgenres, from classic drum'n'bass to the recent emergence of dubstep.
Ever since the early days of hip hop, DJs have been innovative manipulators of turntables. This playlist features highlights of "turntablism," including expert scratching, beat juggling, phasing, and spinbacking.
Mix Master Mike,
Eric B & Rakim
What Les Paul was to the electric guitar, Robert Moog was to the synthesizer. Listen these trailblazing electronic tracks from the '60s to early-'80s, created primarily with the modular synthesizers he helped pioneer.
Perrey And Kingsley,
From modern classical to experimental and new age, these minimalist, atmospheric works will have you drifting into the cosmos.
You don't need words to rock! Instrumental metal from the 1970s to today, including classic rock, thrash, post-metal and more. Shut up and listen.
These floor-filling electro-bangers will have your hands in the air and get you sweating on the dancefloor.
The Bloody Beetroots,
Electro-industrial and electronic body music celebrates the darker side of the dance floor. Come on, feel the industrial noise.
The Pain Machinery,
Delve into the darker, deeper, and harder side of Detroit's greatest music export since Motown.
Explore the current state of forward-looking electronic music, from minimal techno to electro-acoustic sound experiments.
Take a break from the dancefloor and enjoy these trippy, atmospheric tracks made for the chillout room. Cool down and relax with no distracting lyrics or vocals.
The Future Sound Of London,
IDM may have originally stood for Intelligent Dance Music, but it doesn't have to live on the dance floor. This cerebral electronica also makes the perfect soundtrack for studying, reading, or simply relaxing.
Boards of Canada,
Have a listen to the sonic diversity of dance music's most popular new subgenre -- from the early pioneers on Hyperdub Records to some of today's higher energy offerings -- with no annoying vocals to distract you from your studies.
Wendy Carlos and Vangellis' synthesized scores for classic films like "A Clockwork Orange" and "Blade Runner" helped to inspire the birth of popular electronic music, whose superstars recently began returning the favor with their own film scores.
The Dust Brothers
Relax and let this eclectic mix of soothing and melodic bass music calm your body and stimulate your mind.
Ghosts Of Paraguay,
Blue Sky Black Death
Uplifting post-rock songs to help you realize how beautiful the world is. Let these instrumentals wash over you.
Explosions In The Sky,
The American Dollar,