What Is This?



Feel Me Flow is a playlist blog with sounds centralized in garage rock and soul.  While we mix in tunes from every genre imaginable, we keep our base in the garage.  As long as the songs flow together and make you feel, we’re doing our job.  The focus gets put on how the songs blend together and finding songs that aren’t super conventional.  We look for songs that you might not have heard and pair them with bigger hits, giving the lesser known hits equal “radio play”.  Any genre is possible, any artist could show up, all tunes are welcome here (except hate music).  Feel Me Flow’s main objective is to give the listener/reader an experience similar to the old days of album-oriented radio while blending each track seamlessly into the next.

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Discogs links are provided for all releases featured where applicable.  If no Discogs  release exists, Spotify album links are provided.  On that note, Spotify is used as the main host for all of these playlists.

If you don’t have Spotify Premium, songs will automatically randomize and the effect will essentially be lost.  We are currently working on producing .csv files of all playlists for uploading into whatever music service you prefer.  Stay tuned for those!


Each episode includes instrumental intro, outro and intermission songs for reading along with.  The idea is to speak like you’re your own DJ, or create a persona in your head should you choose.  We enjoy the idea of providing facts and reasons behind each set and episode and take pride in our “enhanced playlists”.  Stop back between sets and catch up on some song facts, or just enjoy the breaks between songs; the choice is yours!  ** Under your Spotify Settings, run a crossfade of between 6-8 seconds for these playlists to really take full effect!**


FMF also features other larger playlists without all the facts and reading involved.  These playlists are designed for certain moods and feels.  Some playlists venture far outside of our garage rock and soul vibe and even get downright electronic.  We feature general playlists, companion playlists that go with other people’s work, and our Set 4 Score which highlights new or lesser-known artists.  Check them out here or under our Playlists menu.

News & Reviews

Occasionally, we’ll pass along related music news and releases, as well as the rare review.  Feel free to chime in and get the discussion going!

For more reading, check out our blog post Why FMF? Why not Spotify?