The Flow State soundtrack has a wide range of artists and genres. Everything from Johnny Horton’s country-western twang to Pretty Light’s electric vibes–there’s something for all styles and tastes. If you’re looking for that extra adrenaline pump when charging down the hill, throw on Spector’s Just Hiss or MIA’s Born Free. When you’re on the chair and need something to get you in the zone, check out the hypnotic tunes of A Poor Man’s Memory by Explosions in the Sky or Circles and Squares by We Were Promised Jet Packs. To get you started, we’ve listed a few of our favorite tracks below.
A resident of Nashville since 2005, Jack White is one of the most prolific and renowned artists of the past fifteen years. When the White Stripes started in 1997 no one ever expected that a red-and-white two-piece band would take hold in the mainstream world. With the release of 2001’s White Blood Cells the band was thrust on magazine covers and captivating audiences through worldwide touring. To date White has won nine Grammys in seven different categories.
White formed a “new band of old friends” the Raconteurs in 2006 and their debut album Broken Boy Soldiers showed a markedly different side, most notably one where songwriting, vocal and guitar duties were shared. The success of their debut-single “Steady, As She Goes” proved that White’s previous accomplishments were no fluke. To take it even further, in 2009 White took to his original instrument, the drums, and started the Dead Weather with members of the Kills, Queens of the Stone Age and the Greenhornes. Releasing two albums in two years and unleashing a dark, captivating live show upon curious audiences, the Dead Weather futher-cemented Jack White’s musical versatility and range.
In January 2012 White announced the upcoming release of his debut album Blunderbuss which will be accompanied by extensive touring across the world.
Many people know U.K. indie soul-rock titans The Heavy for “How You Like Me Now?," their infectious anthem that took the world by storm. Since the 4-piece band's rise to notoriety, they've gone on to play gigs in all four corners on the globe, and even wowed David Letterman (Letterman has only requested an encore twice, both times for The Heavy). 'The Glorious Dead,' released on Counter Records this past August, isn’t just The Heavy’s third full-length album: it’s also the group’s most ambitious effort, traveling sonically from the group’s South England home to America’s deep South, and beyond.
Bassnectar is one of the longest standing and most respected artists in American electronic dance music, often referred to simply as the EDM scene. He is the original long hair behind the tables, having been in the game well before most of his contemporaries and amassing an epic fan base with over 250k tickets sold to his solo shows alone in 2011. His art brazenly oversteps the bounds of contemporary EDM, pulling from a dynamic array of source material and attracting lovers of all genres, from dubstep to metal, punk rock, hip hop, and all forms of EDM (drum & bass, trip hop, etc.) and beyond. His art is more than just an auditory experience; it serves to evoke all human senses with live shows that feature unparalleled light shows and awe-inspiring visual queues. Bassnectar intends to not only foster its own community of loyal Bass Heads, but also contribute to the global community at large through charity and social change.