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Dancing creates confidence and it’s a great workout, too. Sound Sunday presents a beat-driven playlist for your workout sessions. Whether you’re dancing, biking, or lifting weights, these tunes will keep you moving.

Electronic Music

Genre: electronic, dance, acid, house

Coins is an artist that cannot be missed in a dance music compilation. His latest single, Tick Tock, was composed by Peter Chapman and features vocals by Rochelle Bulmer.

Genre: alternative, electronic, experimental, funk, house, rock, trip hop

The sounds of a translucent screen of plant flesh jammed in between your colour printer in the Siberian winter.
Source: Bandcamp

Genre: electronic, synthpop, synthwave, disco

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Danger Mode is the project of Philadelphia-based soundsmith Malachy Roberts.

Genre: electronic, dance, mashup

This crazy cool danceable remix album by The White Panda is best listened from beginning to end as each song fades into the next. This is why you’ll find three consecutive tracks from the Bambooyah! album on this edition’s minilogs playlist.

Genre: electronic, classical, violin, drum and bass, dubstep, glitchhop

Dysphemic and Miss Eliza present a powerful combination of classical music and modern electronic dubstep music. Their interpretation of the Hungarian Dance remains an all time favorite of mine. It’s also the perfect backdrop for a creative dance routine.

Modern Jazz

Genre: fusion, jazz, rock

This album finds Kinetic at the top of their game, taking their compositions, musicianship and creativity to a whole new level. The songs on “Mindload” are complex, energetic, beautifully composed, and show Kinetic at a creative turning point as a band.
Source: Bandcamp

Genre: instrumental, jazz, soul, boom bap, hip hop

A collection of jazz-inspired beats and samples by California-based musician Nu Vintage.

Genre: instrumental, alternative, jazz, abstract, hip hop

If one album in this edition has the power to transform your mood, it’s this one. The beats are addictive and the samples beam you back in time.

The Workout Playlist

The playlist features my picks from this week’s edition of Sound Sunday. Please listen to the albums above to find your own favorites.

Any Calories Burned?

I hope you found this music energizing. So what’s your next move?

Post your thoughts and requests in the comments, add music to the Sound Sunday Suggestions playlist on minilogs, get in touch with me @TinaSieber on Twitter, or email tina at this domain.

  1. pac
    May 5, 2014 at 12:23 pm

    ProleteR Feeding the lions: WOW!

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