5@5: A morning playlist featuring Gibberish, Moullinex, and more

This 5@5 morning playlist consists of Gibberish, Moullinex, Lee N. Sage, and more.

Photo: Courtesy of the artist

This 5@5 morning playlist consists of Gibberish, Moullinex, Lee N. Sage, and more.


Photo: Courtesy of the artist

Gibberish – Feet Wet (Submission)

“Feet Wet”, whose feet aren’t wet when you’ve chosen to walk through the high waters of life? We weren’t made to stay in particular moods for unknown reasons. Whoever gave the human species life made it that way with purpose. Gibberish’s latest video release is the best music for that moment of survival, but you have to wake up first.

Busty and the Bass – Things Change (Submission)

I’m not going to lie to you. “Things Change” would send me back to sleep. It isn’t boring by a long shot. It just isn’t the song for turn-up time. Watch the Canadian band perform the single from the “Uncommon Good” out now through Indica Records.

Moullinex – The Huggers (Submission)

Red on yellow is mentally stimulating. If you don’t have colour theory knowledge, that’s okay. I do. “The Huggers”, on the other hand, is a funky number to get the groove started. It is a single from their third album, “Hypersex.”

Quis Christ – Free Sons (Submission)

In a black-and-white treatment, Quis Christ shows how America has mocked Black people in pop culture, images of the KKK burning wooden crosses, and more. The hook finds the recording artist singing the infamous hook from Nas’ “If I Ruled the World” featuring Lauryn Hill. Watch the chilling video below. It’s the right kind of track to wake up your third eye.

Lee N. Sage – Thrown (Submission)

Hearing a repetitive guitar strum would help the human mind wake up from sleep. If you’re in the mood to be petty, here’s your chance to do it with an Alternative Rock record.

The Spring This Autumn – Vision (Submission) (Bonus)

“Vision” is the kind of Metal that I enjoy. Most people, who are not Metalheads, do not like the existence of said genre. That’s unfortunate for them because I believe the Swedish band is extraordinary. I’d play The Spring This Autumn song over and over and over. Join me?

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