Sounds COOL(S): Songs To Sext And Have Sex To

You’re over your Spotify mixes, your YouTube playlists are becoming repetitive, and wading through your muso friend’s ever-pretentious song suggestions is less appealing than listening to Nickleback’s “Photograph” on repeat for the rest of time. We get it. To relieve your decision fatigue, we’ve asked the hottest rising artists to compile their favorite tracks of the minute.


Here, SACRE shares the all songs you need to get sexy. 


1. 4 Hero, “Les Fleur”



This is the track of love. A guide to the birds and the bees—meeting someone, hanging out, and getting sexy. Not a regular sex, but one with extra cosmic orgasm.


2. Blonde Redhead, “For the Damaged Coda”



Each time I listen to this track I imagine the world is burning while I’m embracing my lover for the last time.



3. Talk Talk, “April 5th”



This track is for sensitive lovers. The slow rhythm, minimalism, and his passive voice blur the senses allowing the lightest touch become a hurricane.



4. Disclosure, “You & Me” (Flume Remix)



I can hear this track anywherein a supermarket, in aa D.I.Y. storeand it instantly gives me the envy to make love. Powerful.



5. John Barry, “Out Of Africa”



This sounds like syrup flowing on your skin. When I’m listening to it, I have the feeling that nothing except this track exists. It’s a place outside the world where love is all.


6. Kraak and Smaak, Alxndr London, “Hands of Time”



What a romance! This is for classy sex only. When you feel smart enough not to talk too much; when your lips are butterflies.


7. Rejjie Snow, “1992 (feat. Loyle Carner)”



Smooth, but full of kinetic energy. Sukil was listening to this track on loop. I love the Debussy style piano and how nonchalant the vocals are.


8. Mozart, “Requiem (Lacrimosa / Dies Irae)”



This masterpiece plays with contrast, and it makes me feel alive. It’s like being on a roller coaster, when death is not so far. Right between the immensity of planets, and the smallness of my cells. It’s already an orgasm. Partner not necessary.


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