Its that time again, time for some freely downloadable running music from Epitonic.To download the song, click on the name of the song. The band name links to the Epitonic page about the band. They all are close to 90 BPM so work for a 180 SPM (strides per minute) run. Just in case this isn't obvious why, 90x2=180 and honestly I can't really even tell the difference, between a song MixMeister classifies as 90 or 180.
Cry for Judas by The Mountain Goats 91 BPM
Clever indie folk rock, melodic and I don't know what's the word for the opposite of annoying? The Mountain Goats are that. They are also are American.
90 by Pompeya 90 BPM
Summery indie pop from these Moscowites! I didn't know it gets this hot in Moscow. Very fluid pretty pop. Plus the name of the song just has to be a reference to the BPM, no? Anything that takes BPM seriously like this is worth a listen.
Dear Believer (Timmy The Terror Remix) by Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros 92 BPM
Indie folk from Los Angeles. I like the lyrics "reaching for heaven", well isn't that what running is all about?
Afternoons by Papier Tigre 92 BPM
Frenchies, Epitonic describe them as danceable despite their brooding, mathy aggression. I like this sound a lot. This is my favourite song on this list.
Séance On A Wet Afternoon by Girls Names 89 BPM
These guys are from Northern Ireland, which to me makes more sense to call Irish than British. They are noisy pop.
Pure Imagination (Epitonic saki Sessions) by Faux Fix 179 BPM
This is a cover of the song from Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. I love that song, so this cover just totally gets me. I don't like covers that sound like the originals, what's the point, but they have taken the basic melody and text and done something really different. American.
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