The Art of the Modern Hustle

Music, as we’re constantly being reminded, is in a state of flux. What we really mean by this is that the artists aren’t happy; and what we really, really mean by that is that the artists aren’t getting paid enough. This isn’t like a college football coach who walks away from a $3 million contract…


June’s Playlist To Make Running Suck Less: Country & Bluegrass Edition!

This month’s running playlist is borne on the wings of steel guitars, banjos and fiddles. That’s right y’all – throw on your shit-kickers, grab your hound-dog and broken heart, then giddyap with this country & bluegrass playlist that’ll drive your pace like cattle to pasture! We know this isn’t an exhaustive list of runnable country…


May’s Playlist To Make Running Suck Less!

This month’s hand-plucked and running-tested 75-85/150-170 BPM playlist is brought to you in part by Pitchfork’s Top 200 Tracks of the 90s list, plus a few picks from Spotify’s handy New Music Tuesdays playlist, plus the usual smattering of other special nice running time, metronome-tastic tracks. As always, tl;dr to cut straight to the list!…


April’s Playlist To Make Running Suck Less: Classical Edition!

This month’s 75-85/150-170 BPM running list is all classical, instrumental and/or soundtrack, all the time. Perhaps you aren’t interested in classical-leaning music on even your best, most pretentious days. Well, we promise this playlist won’t put you to sleep AND is a great running playlist. You might even grow some classical love in the process.…


This Month’s Playlist To Make Running Suck Less

Welcome to another installment of Playlists To Make Running Suck Less – a compiled, culled and collated 156-176 (or 78×2 – 88×2) BPM playlist! This playlist provides about an hour’s worth of metronoming your running stride (that is, if your stride is somewhere in the ballpark of 5′ 8″ with a 32″ inseam) and drowning…


Hate Running? BPM Yourself Into A Mindless Running Machine!

Last year under influence of some wild hair (probably a gray one), and after running one of those nonsense urban 5k excuse-to-drink-beer events, I started running sporadic and entirely unserious miles here and there. Picking up running was initially a joyless and mostly miserable series of bloody-minded slogs, usually to the dulcet sounds of public radio. What can…

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