Our Favorite Tracks from 7 Austin-Based Musicians

Working from home? Working out at home? Put these tracks on your self-isolation playlist

By Holly Cowart
Pelvis Wrestley
Benjamin Violet of Pelvis Wrestley.

Stuck inside and feeling a little stir crazy? We get you. Self-isolating can become a bit repetitive, which also makes it the perfect time to discover something new without leaving the confines of your home.

Earlier this month we profiled seven Austin-based musicians that are making a name for themselves – and in some cases upping their already established game – in our community and way beyond. With recently dropped singles and buzz-worthy album releases, we put together a mixtape of our favorite tracks to help get you through the week, the weekend and all the days that run together while you’re stuck at home. Music helps us feel connected to the outside world. It can inspire you, move you and help you feel some normalcy in abnormal times. Sample from soulful R&B beats to feel-good indie verses to quirky country tunes and find the perfect addition to your stay-home playlist.

1. Black Pumas – Colors
2. Black Pumas – Black Moon Rising
3. Jake Lloyd – Daily Interlude [Explicit]
4. Jake Lloyd – Novella [Explicit]
5. Pelvis Wrestley – Susanna
6. Robert Ellis – Topo Chico
7. Robert Ellis – Nobody Smokes Anymore
8. Mélat – After All
9. Dayglow – Hot Rod
10. Dayglow – Fuzzybrain
11. Molly Burch – To The Boys
12. Molly Burch – First Flower

Read More From the Music + Film Issue | March 2020


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