Get your night gear ready, folks. It’s time for another night drive.
Being that I live in New York City, I do not have a license. Don’t look at me like that! I take the subway and the bus practically everywhere but I’d be lying if I said I didn’t want a car of my own to get away from the city anytime I wanted. The art of a night drive is quite possibly the greatest experience a music lover can ever have. With the right playlist, anything can happen.
Starting off with DWNTWN‘s remix of Blackbird Blackbird‘s “There Is Nowhere,” the perfect night drive should be that there is literally nowhere you need to be other than listening to this song in a car at night. Destinations are irrelevant at this point. Once you get to Fleurie‘s “Wildwood,” nostalgia will be on the rise as you reminisce over that one person you’ll never get over while Cannons‘ “Night Verses” carries on that sentiment. Don’t drive by their house! It won’t end well!
Coming in at a little under two hours, your journey should always end with Alex M.O.R.P.H.‘s “Waking Up The Stars.” Quite possibly my favorite trance track out there ever, this one’s meant to be listened to on the side of the road as you stop to…you know…stargaze and stuff.
Relive Night Drive Part I here.