13 Songs to Burn (Instead of Your Eyes) During The 2017 Eclipse
An eclipse never sounded this good.
Today, at precisely 2:44pm EST, the moon will fall between the sun and earth in a rare full eclipse. It’s been 99 years since the last, and we’ll have to endure the full tenure of Trump’s presidency plus two years of his unenviable successor to see the next. And it hasn’t escaped us that some of us –due to circumstances like keeping jobs, living lives generally detached from any cosmic calendar and, you know, respective geography– simply won’t be able to ruin our sight this afternoon. So instead of lamenting over missing this rare moment in the sky, here’s a little something that can bring us together no matter what corner of the globe you happen to be on.
So instead of lamenting over missing this rare moment in the sky, here’s a little something too keep you grounded and together no matter what corner of the globe you happen to be on. We’ve put together a 13-track set (featuring new and old sounds from Herbie Hancock, Madlib, George Clinton, J Dilla, Kool & The Gang and so many more) that deserves its time in your ears whether parked on a hill or behind the desk at your day job. As The Atomic Dogfather once said, “Everybody’s got a little light under the sun.” Go get yours and let this be the score. Hit the link to subscribe to our Spotify channel for even more selections.