For those who feel the Vibrations

Kev9 (@kevkal19) 8 years, 8 months ago

Hello friends, this is just a list of some of my favorite musical artists that I hope you all enjoy. The genres are quite varied so I will describe the general feel of each, and I would very much like to hear anything you guys enjoy listening to as well, so please post any tunes you enjoy!

I’ve always been a large fan of music and its power, its quite impressive sometimes how much one can feel it. In my opinion, the most incredible form of creation mankind is capable of. So without further ado, for you souls struggling out there in the cold and cloudy world, I give you my most loved selection of musicians. Listen, relax, breathe and remember that if your looking at this right now, someone somewhere has it worse than you. By alot.. So please, keep your chin up, be grateful and keep on keeping on.

-The Album Leaf (mellow chill electronic)
-Antoine Dufour (incredibly unique guitarist)
-Arkasia (intense revolutionary dubstep)
-Bandits of the Acoustic Revolution (Acoustic ska band, originally Street Light Manifesto)
-Blind Pilot (very chill band)
-Bonobo (chill, yet lively and bright semi electric semi instrumental group. Fascinating)
-Bowerbirds (chill group with pronounced vocals)
-The Cat Empire (very talented jazz/ska/party group. Truly unique)
-Cultura Profetica (Puerto Rican reggae band)
-The Devil Makes Three (Folky fun band)
-Don Ross and Andy McKee (Both talented acoustic guitarists)
-Emancipator (chill electronic group)
-Gordon Goodwin’s Big Phat Band (lively fusion jazz)
-Gramatik (cool beats to hang out and vibe to)
-Groundation (reggae band)
-Haywyre (unique electronic music mixed with real instruments. Incredible pianist)
-Joe Pug (Chill singer with nice lyrics)
-Jake Shimabukuro (very talented ukulele player, infuses jazz with his style)
-Kill Paris (unique electronic artist, also good pianist)
-KOAN Sound (heavier electronic with deep bass and unique sound)
-Lance Allen (Chill folky guitarist)
-Mord Fustang (catchy house-ish electro, great to dance to)
-Nicolas Jaar (trippy chill electro)
-Of Mice & Men (hardcore metal screamo, good for working out)
-The Paper Kites (relaxing and bright lifting tunes, great singer)
-Ozomatli (hispanic feel with mixed elements of rap and electronic)
-Periphery (best screamo djent band I’ve ever had the privilege to hear)
-Prefuse 73 (trippy electro)
-Radical Face (just look them up)
-Rodrigo y Gabriela (2 acoustic guitarists, guy and girl, just listen)
-The Roots (awesome instrumental rap band with good lyrics)
-Sea Wolf (very dreamy chill band)
-Sean Hayes (Great lyrics, great simple and relaxing tunes)
-Steam Powered Giraffe (
-Sweatshop Union (unique rap group with good lyrics and beats)
-The Tallest Man on Earth (very talented guitarist with unique voice)
-Thievery cooperation (chill beats, good for rock climbing)
-Victor Wooten (VERY talented jazz bassist) Marcus Miller, too
-Wax Tailor (Cool beats with interesting samples)

Well, that pretty much sums up a few of my favorite groups, I hope you find enjoyment in listening to at least one of these artists. If not, than I apologize, and wish the best to you on your musical journey.


After watching this, put it into perspective, and think what happens when certain frequencies enter through our ears, and touch the water that is so abundant in our bodies… I find it fascinating. Cheers my friends, have a good night.

April 1, 2013 at 10:55 pm
Anonymous (328) (@) 8 years, 7 months ago ago

@kevkal19, Cool video. I’ve recently have been reading about noise/sound frequencies and such, pretty interesting.
Found this:
Here’s another one similar to your video. They use it for pharmaceutical studies, but If this is funded and researched in a different way… FUTURE.

Kev9 (12) (@kevkal19) 8 years, 7 months ago ago

@motorik, dude that’s sick. Definitely the future, if only funding wasn’t necessary.. Damn money.. Thanks for the vid tho, definitely enjoyed it.

Thus Spoke Haze (102) (@ehsan) 8 years, 7 months ago ago

@kevkal19, Honestly, I thought this was gonna be a dumb post, but that video was fucking awesome.

Makes us literally feel the vibes haha

Josh (213) (@reinvented2012) 8 years, 7 months ago ago

@kevkal19, I saw all I needed to see.
Groundation. I definitely enjoy reggae more than any other genre, and finding them was awesome. Very legit band. You have sike similar bands you like?

Kelli (75) (@kankles) 8 years, 7 months ago ago

@kevkal19, damn nice list, also try C2C, Boombox (the ever classic), EOTO (if you’re lookin to get gooey), Max Frost (White Lies**), maybe a little Griz, maybe a little Mimosa…just throwin a few out there but still, great list.

Anonymous (328) (@) 8 years, 7 months ago ago

@kevkal19, Indeed. Not “damn money”, it is DAMN PEOPLE. The world spends way too much money on stupid stuff. And that’s why we can’t have nice things, lol.

Kev9 (12) (@kevkal19) 8 years, 7 months ago ago

@motorik, haha very true.. I’d just very much like to see a world without money. As we all would i’m sure. People have just figured out how to corrupt something that’s already corrupt in nature. My opinion at least.

@kankles, hell yea i’ll check those out, thanks for the recommendations! Griz is awesome, just vibed out to him a few minutes ago ;)

@ehsan, yea man thas what im saying! Crazy how that works.. Nature will do what it do.

@reinvented2012, hmm you might also like Fat Freddys Drop, The Aggrolites, Tim Armstrong, Cultura Profetica (Spanish reggae), The Expendables, Pepper, Hepcat, and Matisyahu. Some of those aren’t just reggae though. Some ska influence for sure. I hope you enjoy those tho!

Chevallier (0) (@jermophobe) 8 years, 7 months ago ago

@kevkal19, the power of music is undeniably tangible.

Thanks for the list!
Gramatik and Bonobo are both sick. You might wanna check out Pretty Lights, Blockhead, and RJD2 if you haven’t already.

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