Music Monday: Ray-Ban Exclusive Vol. 1

EcoSalon’s weekly playlist pick from 8tracks.

I have to give credit for the “Ray-Ban Exclusive” name to another music loving friend of mine, but it’s fitting for playlists that are full of good stuff. Ray-Ban Exclusive Volume 1 has 20 tracks for feeling good, dancing, working, pre-partying or whatever you need a good beat for. There are some Avicii and The White Panda remixes and plenty of mashups, but there’s also a little Florence + the Machine, La Roux and Yelle. So grab a set of hip shades and turn up the volume.

Ray-Ban Exclusive Vol. 1 from ecosalon on 8tracks.

  1. Take Care (Florence + The Machine Cover) – ColeCo’s Midnight Remix
  2. Love Lost (Kjelet Remix) – The Temper Trap
  3. Que Veux Tu (Madeon Remix) – Yelle
  4. Comfortable Up Here (Lil Wayne vs. Royksopp) – The Hood Internet
  5. Midnight City (Eric Prydx Private Remix) – M83
  6. Dancing in My Head (Avicii’s Been Cursed Mix) – Avicii vs. Eric Turner
  7. Kids, Set Fire to Someone That I Used to Know – TheJaneDozed
  8. Canned Heat (Calvin Harris Remix) – Jamiroquai
  9. Troublemaker (Ravi Parikh Remix) – Taio Cruz
  10. Set Me Free (Avicii Mix) – Phonat Frat Jams
  11. I Need a Dollar (Zinc Remix) – Aloe Blacc
  12. Relax Mode – The White Panda
  13. Starry Eyed (Penguin Prison Remix) [featuring Theophilus London] – Ellie Goulding
  14. SNDCLSH (DJ Lupe Fiasco + DJ Sky Gellatly) x DJ Kue – “Letting Go Remix” – SNDCLSH
  15. Filth in Paris – 5 & A Dime Basic Physics
  16. The Killer Satisfaction – Yoni
  17. Wolfgang Gartner & Axwell – I Found Illamerica (Tom Buster Bootleg)
  18. F*ck School Sex (Sex Ray Vision Remix) – Avicii featuring Nicky Romero
  19. We Are the 99 – DJi6

On Music Monday we bring you a featured playlist from one of our favorite music sites 8tracks. From indie rock to electro pop we hope it’s a playlist that kicks your week off right. 


Anna Brones

Anna Brones is a food + travel writer with a love for coffee and bikes. She is the author of The Culinary Cyclist and Fika: The Art of the Swedish Coffee Break. Catch her weekly column, Foodie Underground.